Windows 10 Microsoft's Notes and Tasks strategy explained MS-Linux? Lindows? Could Microsoft release a desktop Linux? Windows 10 tip: Run Ubuntu Linux in an enhanced Hyper-V session Microsoft is readying a consumer Microsoft 365 subscription bundle Microsoft has been looking for ways to simplify the way users log into Office and find their documents via its Office.com portal. On December 19, the company is taking another step in this area by introducing something it's calling simply the Office app for Windows 10. "My Office" app that's already available to Windows users. Starting today, Windows Insider testers in the Fast ring can download this new app to test it and it will roll out to all Windows 10 users "soon," officials said. My Office allows users to find and install all their Office 356 subscription-related components from a single place. It allows users to view and edit their recent documents, find tips, see their subscription benefits and more. The … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s new Office app for Windows 10 is coming to all Office users for free
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Windows 10 Microsoft's Notes and Tasks strategy explained MS-Linux? Lindows? Could Microsoft release a desktop Linux? Windows 10 tip: Run Ubuntu Linux in an enhanced Hyper-V session Microsoft is readying a consumer Microsoft 365 subscription bundle Two-and-a-half months after the false start with its Windows 10 October 2018 Update release and throttled availability ever since re-releasing it on November 13, Microsoft is now confident enough to recommend all advanced users download it. Microsoft's new status update on the Windows version 1809 update history page notes that as of 17 December "Windows 10, version 1809, is now fully available for advanced users who manually select "Check for updates" via Windows Update." Although advanced users have been able to manually check for updates since the re-release, Microsoft said at the time that it was "slowly throttling up this availability". Now all users can do so if they wish. After … [Read more...] about Windows 10 October 2018 Update now ‘fully available’ to download says Microsoft
I used to say that Microsoft would release a Microsoft desktop Linux -- MS-Linux or Lindows -- when pigs fly. Lately, though, I've been hearing oinking from the sky. Here's why.First, Microsoft has been embracing Linux and open-source for years now. I mean, on Azure, the top operating system is now -- drumroll please -- Linux. Microsoft now lets Linux companies use its patents for free. And the Redmond giant has already released its own Linux distro in Linux-based Azure Sphere. read this Microsoft's love affair with Linux deepens After testing the waters for years, Microsoft has launched its first service, Azure Cloud Switch, that's based on Linux. Read More Now, you might say, "You've been drinking too much cider, sjvn! Those are all enterprise and cloud moves." True, but remember Microsoft now enables you to run many Linux distros within Windows using Hyper-V and Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). In 2017, we were already seeing what I called the year of Linux on the … [Read more...] about MS-Linux? Lindows? Could Microsoft release a desktop Linux?
Windows 10 Microsoft to unify search across Windows 10, Office 365 and Bing with Microsoft Search Windows 10 Mobile's last gasp? Wileyfox revives its dead Windows 10 phone Windows 10 1803 login problems? Microsoft has finally fixed them Microsoft's Windows Admin Center graphical management tool version 1809 is generally available Microsoft is giving enterprise customers a new option to download smaller Windows 10 feature update packages for distribution, which should translate into significant bandwidth savings.Until now, the Windows 10 feature update downloads have been about 4.8GB because Microsoft releases the x64 and x86 versions bundled as a single download. There's now going to be x64-only package option that's about 2.6GB in size, saving customers about 2.2GB on the previous bundled download size.These slimmed down x64-only updates will be available as of September 27 for customers updating systems to Windows 10, versions 1703, 1709, and 1803. A x64-only feature … [Read more...] about Windows 10: We’re cutting download sizes with smaller x64 option, says Microsoft
Windows 10 Windows 10 October 2018 Update: Could build 17763 be the final release? Windows 10 1809: Microsoft reveals features it's dropping in October 2018 Update Microsoft Managed Desktop plan turns Windows 10 device management over to Microsoft FragmentSmack vulnerability also affects Windows, but Microsoft patched it Microsoft is preparing to rerelease a two-year old update for Windows 7 that's necessary to avoid 'error 0x8000FFFF' when installing its latest security updates. If your organization's Windows 7 PCs failed to install Microsoft's two most recent monthly rollup updates or the September security-only update, it's because the affected systems were missing a servicing stack update (SSU) that Microsoft released in October 2016. It seems this happened due to Microsoft's patching nomenclature. That 2016 update, KB 3177467, was a 'full servicing stack update' for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1). Microsoft labeled it as 'critical' but didn't classify it as a 'security' … [Read more...] about Windows update problems: Microsoft reveals why recent patches broke some PCs