More Edge goodness! Some more details on the big switch for Microsoft Edge are here with us, including what Redmond plans for extensions for its new web browser. Well, not exactly new, but running a new engine. A Chrome powered engine. Last week was all about Microsoft officially confirming the switch to the Chromium...

Its happening, folks! All roads led to this. And we now have official confirmation that the same engine that powers Google Chrome will now power the Microsoft Edge web browser. Multiple reports hinted at such a scenario, and it has come to pass. As good old Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President, Windows explained in...

Well, not exactly caught, per se. But the company did stir up a little controversy in a cup, when folks found ads in the Windows 10 Mail app, which were targeting select users. Users that are have not subscribed to Office 365. And just when it looked like when Microsoft was ready to embark onto a new adventure full of...

You may recall that companies like Acer, ASUS, HP and Lenovo all announced at CES earlier this year that they would be bringing Amazon Alexa support to their PCs very soon. In fact, buzz among the bees was that an app was in development for Windows 10. The popular digital assistant used to be only available on select...

Apps and avatars, both. If you recall, it was back in May that Microsoft launched game gifting on PCs through its Store, promising to expand this functionality to include PC and Xbox applications in the future. The idea was simple — allowing users to send someone a game as a gift through the Microsoft Store. Well, as...

Microsoft has just released a new Windows 10 19H1 build to the Fast ring of its preview program, and this version comes with a few handy improvements to usability. Starting with the fact that it now lets you uninstall built-in apps like Groove and Paint 3D. If they’re not your type, so to say. Redmond provided the...

We finally have the first details on the apps strategy that Microsoft has in store for Windows Core OS, which is basically a way to make Windows 10 more modern and modular in nature. Why we did not have this approach from the get go is the question of the century, but here we are. Anyway, some small trickles of...

Microsoft has officially announced that Office 2019 has exited preview, and the latest version of the world’s most popular suite of productivity applications is now officially available. For both Windows and macOS. This is, obviously, a one-time release, meaning no new features will be added to this iteration of...

Windows apps have been a mixed bag recently when it comes to updates and development attention. Particularly, ones like Notepad, WordPad and the original Paint. That should come as no surprise, considering the fact that the software giant has reserved most of its attention towards applications like Calculator,...

Good, bad, ugly? You tell. Microsoft, in its steady effort to bring the Fluent Design system to all parts of Windows 10, has brought the design to one of the more used areas of the operating system. The sign-in screen. This, the company revealed in build 18237, the Windows 10 Insider Preview version now available in...