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Visual Studio 2019, which was released by Microsoft on 2nd April 2019, by organizing an online launch event, now entered into 2nd preview bit. That means, you can now experience the latest updates to Visual Studio 2019 before the next feature release and provide continuous feedback.

 

If you are one of the early adopter, Visual Studio 2019 version 16.1 Preview 2 is now available for download. Here's how to download the latest test build.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

.NET Framework 4.8 is now generally available. Microsoft announced the release of .NET Framework 4.8 and said that the runtime will be included in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. To use the .NET Framework 4.8 capabilities, you should have at least Windows 7 SP1 installed on your system.

 

Instead of waiting, you can now download the latest version of .NET Framework 4.8 (Development Pack and Runtime) from the Microsoft site. Continue reading to grab the links.

Published by on under .Net | News

More or less, almost everyone aware about the Windows "Safely Remove Hardware" option while working with Pen drives or any other USB devices to protect the integrity of data on those devices. Life is too short to perform such additional activity!

 

With the Windows 10 version 1809 and later, Microsoft changed the default removal policy for external storage media which will allow you to say 'Good Bye' to Safely Remove Hardware option.

Published by on under News | Windows

Microsoft Edge preview builds powered by Google's Chromium engine are now available for you to try before the final release. Currently the preview builds are available in Edge Insiders Canary Channel and Dev Channel, whereas Microsoft is planning for another Beta Channel some time soon.

 

To know more about the new chromium based Microsoft Edge and to download the latest preview builds, continue reading further.

Published by on under Google Chrome | Internet Browser

Microsoft released Visual Studio 2019, the latest version of the Visual Studio IDE which is committed towards faster execution, real-time collaboration and more productive features for developers to perform their tasks.

 

You can now download the latest version of the Visual Studio 2019 (RTM) from Microsoft sites. If you are already using the Release Candidate, update it now.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

Mozilla launches its free Password Manager for Android, named "Firefox Lockbox". Without any extra set-up, it provides you easy access to the passwords that you have already stored in your Firefox browser.

 

With a 256-bit encryption, it stores your password in a secure vault. Based on your device capability, you can use Face ID or Fingerprint to unlock the app.

Published by on under Firefox | Mozilla

Windows Virtual Desktop Preview is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running in the cloud, which provides you the ability to deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes.

 

The service from Microsoft has now entered into public preview. That means, you can now access this service and provide your early beta feedback to Microsoft.

Published by on under Azure | News

Microsoft released a new update to Windows 10 insiders that will allow them to mirror their Android mobile screen on Windows 10 using the 'Your Phone' app, which was first released with Windows 10 October 2018 update. This new feature is still in the early preview release.

 

While most of the people are eagerly waiting for the April 2019 update, at that moment a new feature on the same branch gave a significate excitements.

Published by on under News | Windows

Staying on the target to release the final version of Visual Studio 2019 on 2nd April, Microsoft released the Visual Studio 2019 Release Candidate (RC) along with the 4th preview bits. Initially both the builds contain the same changes and fixes, but moving forward the RC channel will have changes targeted for public launch.

 

Here's how you can download the latest RC build and/or the Preview 4 build of Visual Studio 2019. Don't forget to check the release notes about the new changes and fixes.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

Microsoft is preparing to release its next version of Visual Studio, i.e. Visual Studio 2019, on 2nd April 2019 followed by an online Launch Event starting 9 AM PST. The tech giant company said that the launch will not only have focus to developers, but also to the Azure DevOps.

 

But, before the launch, you can now try out the preview (beta) version of the IDE side-by-side along with your previous Visual Studio installations.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

While Windows 10 insiders are waiting for next preview build from the 19H1 development branch, the tech giant company Microsoft on Thursday gave a big surprise to the insiders and released first preview build from the 20H1 branch, skipping one complete feature branch.

 

Yes you heard it right! Microsoft released Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 18836 from the 20H1 branch to the insiders who have already opted for Skip Ahead.

Published by on under News | Windows

Microsoft released a new preview build of Visual Studio 2019. So, beta testers can upgrade to the latest build and start testing Visual Studio 2019 Preview 3, which comes with new changes and improvements along with other numerous bug fixes.

 

Along with this release, Microsoft also announced that they are going to host a launch event of Visual Studio 2019 on 2nd April 2019.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019

After the Honor View 10, Honor 9 and Honor 8X, Huawei opens the door for beta users to test the Android Pie based EMUI 9. Honor started inviting beta testers to join the program to test and report issues ahead of public release.

 

If you have a Honor 8 Pro mobile device, you can now participate in this beta testing. Continue reading to know how to join this beta program and get the EMUI 9 preview bits.

Published by on under Android | EMUI 9.0

Microsoft released a new update (version 15.9.7) of Visual Studio 2017 with the fixes of few issues reported by customers in the past. If you are using Visual Studio 2017, you should update your installation with the latest update.

 

To get the latest version of Visual Studio 2017, either run the installer or check for update notification within the IDE. Here's what's new in this update.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2017

Google is working on a new feature called Never Slow Mode, which is expected to be release soon in Google Chrome browser. This feature will let the heavy weight web pages to load faster by trimming down the resources.

 

Alex Russel, who is heading this feature development, has given an initial outline about this feature's working process.

Published by on under Google | Google Chrome

In today's world, safe guarding your online accounts from hijackers is a crucial part of life. In the past we have seen many data breaches where millions of users personal data like username/password were compromised.

 

On the event of Safer Internet Day on 5th February, Google announces a new extension "Password Checkup" for Chrome users to warn user if the entered credential is in Google's unsafe database.

Published by on under Chrome | Google

Microsoft released a new preview version of Windows 10 Software Development Kit (Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview Build 18327), which you can download and install in latest Windows 10 insiders build from the 19H1 branch.

 

As it is from development branch, you can compile and test your apps to make them ready. You are not allowed to publish apps to store that built with preview SDK.

Published by on under News | SDK

As Microsoft is approaching to polish the next feature update of Windows 10 (19H1), which is going to be release in the month of April 2019, the tech giant company has already started preparing for 19H2 development.

 

Microsoft now opened the Skip Ahead option to the Windows Insiders who are eagerly waiting to start testing the next feature update.

Published by on under News | Windows

Microsoft released the first preview version of the Visual Studio 2019 IDE on 4th December 2018, followed by a Servicing Update on 10th December 2018.

 

Now a new preview version of the IDE "Visual Studio 2019 Preview 2" (released on 23rd January 2019) is available for the developers to download and provide early feedback to the product team. If you are eagerly waiting, checkout what's new and improved in the latest preview build.

Published by on under News | Visual Studio 2019