Microsoft Surface Laptop Go With 10th-Gen Intel Core i5 Processor, 12.4-Inch Touchscreen Launched in India

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go has been launched in India. The new model in Microsoft’s Surface line is said to offer a value-for-money experience. Unlike the Surface Go tablets, the Surface Laptop Go comes with a non-detachable keyboard. It also has the 10th-generation Intel Core i5 processor with up to 16GB of RAM. The Surface LaptopContinue reading “Microsoft Surface Laptop Go With 10th-Gen Intel Core i5 Processor, 12.4-Inch Touchscreen Launched in India”

Microsoft Edge Bug Crashed Browsers When Default Search Engine Set to Google, Now Fixed

Microsoft Edge browser started crashing for users who had selected Google as their default search engine. The crashes went on for around four hours before Microsoft fixed it. This issue only affected users who had Google selected as their default engine. The issue was affecting users on both MacOS and Windows, according to reports. MicrosoftContinue reading “Microsoft Edge Bug Crashed Browsers When Default Search Engine Set to Google, Now Fixed”

Microsoft Surface Due to support Snapdragon 855 SoC, other specifications leaked

Microsoft Surface Duo foldable smartphone is hotly anticipated to release into eligible markets after it was unveiled last year. The Redmond-based giant has been silent about most specifications of the upcoming foldable device, lest it wants it ready for consumers. According to a new report, the Surface Duo is in “take-home” status, which means itContinue reading “Microsoft Surface Due to support Snapdragon 855 SoC, other specifications leaked”

Microsoft to Stop Releasing 32-Bit Windows 10 Versions to Favour 64-Bit Architecture

Microsoft is set to no longer release 32-bit versions of Windows 10 starting the release of Windows 10 version 2004. The new change doesn’t mean that Windows 10 will not be supported on existing 32-bit PCs. However, it does state the fact that after Apple and Google, the Redmond company has started favouring 64-bit architectureContinue reading “Microsoft to Stop Releasing 32-Bit Windows 10 Versions to Favour 64-Bit Architecture”

Microsoft Outlook to Soon Get Gmail-Like Text Prediction, Apart From Email Scheduling Feature

HIGHLIGHTS: Microsoft working on text prediction feature for Outlook It will be released sometime this month Microsoft Outlook will also get a mail scheduling feature by end of June Microsoft Outlook appears set to be soon getting a new feature that will make composing emails a little easier. Both the Outlook on the Web andContinue reading “Microsoft Outlook to Soon Get Gmail-Like Text Prediction, Apart From Email Scheduling Feature”

WHO Readies Coronavirus App for Checking Symptoms, Possibly Contact Tracing

HIGHLIGHTS: WHO’s app being made by Google, Microsoft veterans The app will be released worldwide It will include features around checking COVID-19 symptoms The World Health Organization (WHO) plans to launch an app this month to enable people in under-resourced countries to assess whether they may have the novel coronavirus, and is considering a Bluetooth-basedContinue reading “WHO Readies Coronavirus App for Checking Symptoms, Possibly Contact Tracing”

Microsoft Teams to increase group call limit to 250 this month

HIGHLIGHTS: Microsoft Teams demand has sky-rocketed in recent times Teams looks to increase the group call limit to 250 this month The roll out is expected to reach all paid users by mid-May Microsoft Teams has announced that it is looking to increase its group call participants limit to 250. The current limit on theContinue reading “Microsoft Teams to increase group call limit to 250 this month”

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