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Microsoft announced the release of Microsoft Edge build 84.0.488.1 in the Dev channel of Edge Insiders. This is the first update for the Microsoft Edge major version 84. The build introduced some new features, and a long list of bug fixes and improvements.


To know more on what's new and improved in the latest build of Microsoft Edge Dev build, continue reading further.

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Microsoft today announced that Microsoft Teams user can now integrate Yammer by installing the "Communities" app from the Teams App Store. This will give organizations to better connect with their people globally.


The Yammer Communities app is now available. To know more, and to install the Yammer on Microsoft Teams, continue reading further.

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Did you try the new Microsoft Edge which is built on top of the popular chromium engine? If not, you can download the latest stable build (both web installer and offline installer) from Microsoft site. The new Microsoft Edge is now compatible with your favorite extensions, adds additional security to your browsing needs.


Here in this post, you can find the direct links to download the latest stable version (build: 81.0.416.58) of Microsoft Edge browser from Microsoft server.

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jQuery Team has released version 3.5, that includes some new features, security bug fixes and more. According to the team, the main change in this release is a security fix, and it's possible you will need to change your own code to adapt.


Here's everything that you like to know about the latest changes, and how to download the latest version of jQuery 3.5.

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With a big surprise on 14th February 2019, Microsoft started rolling out the first insiders preview build of Windows 10 20H1. After a year of development and testing, it's now moving towards general availability which is scheduled to release next month.


Windows 10 May 2020 Update (20H1, version 2004 and build 19041.207) is now available to the Windows Insiders who are in Release Preview ring.

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Microsoft-owned GitHub platform announced that they have now made private repositories with unlimited collaborators available to all GitHub users. This means all of it's core features are now free for all user accounts.


Until now, if an organization wanted to use the private repositories, it had to subscribe to a paid plan which was costing minimum $9 per user/month.

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Microsoft pushed a new weekly build for the Microsoft Edge in the dev channel. The update pushed the latest Microsoft Edge build to 83.0.478.5, and comes with few minor features, several improvements and fixes.


If you are excited to know what's new coming with Microsoft Edge starting dev build 83.0.478.5, continue reading further.

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Microsoft added a new feature to the Your Phone app, that now allows you to wirelessly drag and drop files between compatible Samsung phones/tablets and Windows 10 PC. A physical cable connection between the devices won't be require.


Here's everything that you would like to know about the drag and drop feature and how to drag files between the devices.

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Microsoft took another step forward recommending Windows 7 users to migrate to the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system. Those who are still running their system on Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2, the software giant to end support for Microsoft Edge browser soon.


As both the operating systems are out of support, Microsoft Edge to continue support on those plateforms until July 15, 2021.

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Microsoft releases Windows 10 preview build 19603 to the Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. The latest build brings some new improvements to the File Explorer and Storage Settings. It also includes a list of bug fixes.


To know more about the latest improvements being added to the latest build of Windows 10, continue reading further.

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Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019, version 16.5, marking it the most current version of Visual Studio. In this release, the software giant added very few improvements to the IDE but includes a set of new features for XAML, .NET, C++, JavaScript/TypeScript, Xamarin, Debugging, Testing.


To know more about the latest version, the new features, and to download the latest version of Visual Studio 2019, keep reading further.

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Microsoft released the official ISO image file of the Windows 10 20H1 preview build 19041. If you are a Windows Insider, you can now download the ISO file to perform clean installation of the build which was released to Fast Ring in December 2019.


Microsoft is expected to release the final build of Windows 10 20H1 in Spring 2020. But, before that if you want to grab this build, you need to register as Windows Insider.

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Microsoft released Windows 10 insiders preview build 19546, where they have previewed new graphing capabilities in the Windows 10 calculator app. The Calculator app now includes a graphing mode, which may be generally available in the summer.


Apart from that, the build also includes a new Indexer Diagnostics app, which will help users to identify issues with the Windows Search indexer.

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It's 15th January 2020, and Microsoft is set to start rolling out it's new chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser today to Windows 10 users via the Windows Update service. The browser will have a new logo and support to Chrome extensions and user profiles.


Are you ready to experience the faster web browsing in Microsoft Edge with the chromium engine? Don't forget to check for updates in a few hours.

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Microsoft officials said that the chromium based Microsoft Edge, which is going to be generally available from 15th January 2020, will not be bundled with Windows operating system updates. Rather, it will be available via Windows Updates for all PCs running Windows 10 1709 (RS4) and later.


The latest development comes over a month after the company announced the general availability of the Chromium-based Edge browser.

Published by on under Internet Browser | Microsoft Edge

With the release of Visual Studio 2019 version 16.4.0, Microsoft now removed the dependency of GitHub extension and directly included the GitHub support to Visual Studio 2019. If you are a developer having GitHub as your source control repository, you can now directly publish your local Git repository to GitHub.

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Microsoft released .NET Core 3.1, which is a minor update after the release of .NET Core 3.0. This update fixes few issues and added new improvements to features introduced in .NET Core 3.0.


Along with .NET Core 3.1, Microsoft also released ASP.NET Core 3.1. Continue reading further to learn what's new and improved.

Published by on under .Net | .NET Core

As made the announcement in July, Microsoft has now started rolling out the Windows 10 November 2019 Update (version 1909) globally. The update brings some new features and fixes, to make it the most secure version of Windows till now.


Though the update comes as an optional update, but you should consider to install this update to get the new capabilities to your existing version of Windows 10.

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