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Microsoft Edge users have something to celebrate with the recent release of version 124.0.2478.67, which has now made its way to the stable release channel. Packed with a variety of updates and fixes, this latest iteration aims to provide an even smoother and more secure browsing experience for users.


One notable addition is the implementation of a user interface (UI) warning system designed to alert users to potentially risky content downloaded over HTTP. Let's take a deep look at the release notes.

Published by on under Android | Browser

Microsoft has released Edge 120.0.2171.1 in the Dev Channel to deliver an efficient, secure, and user-friendly web experience. Designed to give Insiders a firsthand look at what's next, this update not only addresses bugs and enhances overall performance but introduces a slew of innovative features.


From sharper UI responsiveness to a streamlined workspace creation process, improved malware safeguards, and more, this iteration of Edge promises a richer browsing experience for users. Dive with us into a detailed exploration of what the new Microsoft Edge update brings to the table.

Published by on under Android | Browser

In the dynamic confluence of software ecosystems, where Windows and Linux not only coexist but complement each other, Microsoft continues its journey of innovation. Unveiling the latest iteration of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) version 2.0.0, the tech giant showcases a harmonious blend of power-packed features and fixes.


Designed with an aim to heighten the user experience, the new version is a testament to Microsoft's dedication to optimizing both platforms' capabilities. Dive in with us as we decode what WSL 2.0.0 brings to the table.

Published by on under Linux | Microsoft Windows 11

In an ever-evolving digital landscape, web browsers are more than just tools for accessing the internet; they are gateways to a world of information, innovation, and interconnectivity. As one of the forerunners in the tech industry, Microsoft consistently aims to redefine our online experience.


The recent rollout of Microsoft Edge Version 117.0.2045.31 brings with it an array of enhancements, policy changes, and new features. In this article, we'll delve deep into what this means for users, administrators, and the broader tech ecosystem.

Published by on under Android | Browser

Microsoft Edge has always been a frontrunner in pushing boundaries to make the web a better place. The recent update to the beta version of Microsoft Edge is a testament to the company's commitment to delivering a seamless browsing experience. Here's a comprehensive look at the new feature updates and policy changes in the latest update (version 117.0.2045.9) of Microsoft Edge (Beta).

Published by on under Android | Browser

In today's digital age, managing and safeguarding our ever-growing data has become paramount. As the volume of information we generate increases, so does the need for reliable and efficient storage solutions. This is where cloud storage comes into play, offering individuals and businesses a convenient and secure way to store, sync, and access their files from anywhere at any time.


Get ready to unlock the power of cloud storage and take control of your data management journey. Let's explore the top providers that offer high-quality services, ensuring your files are secure, accessible, and organized, all while keeping your budget intact.

Published by on under Android | Cloud

The open-source Git project has recently released Git 2.41, packed with exciting features and bug fixes contributed by a diverse community of over 95 developers, including 29 new contributors.


This latest version builds upon the advancements made in the previous release, Git 2.40, bringing enhancements that improve Git's handling of unreachable objects, introduce on-disk reverse indexes by default, extend the credential helper protocol, and offer convenient options for scripting and connectivity checks.

Published by on under Git | GitHub

PowerShell 7.4.0-preview.3 is the latest version of Microsoft's popular command-line shell and scripting language. As a cross-platform tool, PowerShell is used by system administrators, developers, and DevOps engineers alike to automate various tasks and manage IT infrastructure.


This latest release comes with a few new improvements that make it even more powerful and efficient. For DevOps and system administrators, PowerShell 7.4.0-preview.3 offers Performance Boosts, Engine Updates, Cmdlet Updates, and a few fixes, as shared here.

Published by on under Linux | Microsoft PowerShell

In the Dev Channel, Microsoft is once again distributing fresh builds to Edge Insiders. The most recent release, build 110.0.1587.1, adds a number of fixes, new APIs, policies, and features for Android. The Dev build will eventually be made available to Mac users.


Continue reading for a complete list of the new features and fixes in Microsoft Edge Dev Build 110.0.1587.1.

Published by on under Android | Linux

Git 2.38 was released in October for Windows, Linux/Unix, and macOS by the Microsoft-owned GitHub team. This version of Git included new features as well as the "Scalar" Repository Management Tool for managing big repositories.


The open-source team has now made a few new enhancements with the release of Git 2.39.0, which are described below. Visit this page to get the most recent Git 2.39 download for Windows, Linux/Unix, and macOS.

Published by on under Git | GitHub

A significant update to Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser has been made available. Microsoft Edge build 108.0.1462.42 is the most recent upgrade that is being rolled out to the stable release channel. For Microsoft Edge on Windows, Mac, and Linux, the new release includes a new Graph API and a redesigned module of the Microsoft Defender SmartScreen library.


Additionally, it adds a few additional rules that will give you safer encryption while browsing. Continue reading for a complete changelog.

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a compatibility layer for running native Linux binaries on Windows. It allows developers to run a GNU/Linux environment - including most command-line tools, utilities, and applications directly on the Windows operating system.


Over a year ago, WSL was brought into Microsoft Store as a preview state for Windows 11 users. And now, the company has made it generally available for both Windows 10 and Windows 11 users.

Published by on under Linux | Microsoft Windows 11