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Just like all other Fridays, Microsoft released a new Office build 14002.20000 this week. The build is now rolling out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (formerly known as "Fast Ring") and using the Microsoft Office version 2105.

 

Though the new build doesn't contain many new features and fixes, it is worth noting two new features for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel which will now make your life easier.

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Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Preview Build 21354 from the co_release branch to the Windows Insiders who are on the Dev Channel. The new build adds a couple of new changes, improvements, and fixes.

 

Along with the release of this build, the company also released new ISO images for the insiders who want to perform a clean installation of the operating system. Here's how you can grab the ISO image for offline installation.

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Microsoft releases a new Windows 10 preview build 21354 to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. Though there are no major changes to stand out in this release, you will definitely like to try out the new improvements and fixes.

 

The most interesting part of this build is that the build is being rolled out from the CO_RELEASE branch. That makes it the first build from the new branch.

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It's around 4 years when Microsoft first announced that the company is going to make the MS Paint app available in the Microsoft Store. It begins with deprecating this native app and introducing a new app called 'Paint 3D', which didn't attract many users.

 

As spotted by ALumia, the MS Paint is now available in the Microsoft Store. At this moment though you can't download it, it's more likely that everyone using Windows 10 can soon be able to get it.

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Since last year, Microsoft is testing native notifications support for Microsoft Teams on Windows 10. The feature was available only as part of the public preview program. Now the company has started rolling out this feature to all Microsoft Teams users on Windows 10.

 

When you enable Windows 10's native notifications, Microsoft Teams notifications will be delivered through the Windows notification center. This will adhere to your device's Do-Not-Disturb (DND) settings and move to the Action Center if you miss the notifications.

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Microsoft releases a new Office build to the Office Insiders in the Windows (Beta) channel. With the latest office build 13926.20000, Microsoft adds an improvement to the shared calendar feature on Office 365 using the REST API call.

 

Along with this build, Microsoft also fixed a couple of bugs in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Access. If you are an Office Insider in the Beta channel, you would like to upgrade to this build. You can find the complete changelog below.

Almost a month ago, Microsoft released PowerToys v0.33.1 with some "critical new functionalities" as marked by the company. With that release, the company added first load experience, improvements to FancyZones, File Explorer and other improvements to PowerToys 0.33.1.

 

After a month, skipping version 0.34, Microsoft PowerToys version 0.35 is now available for download. It comes with some new improvements, including the new functionality to quickly swap the layouts of FancyZones, DirectShow migration for Video Conference Mute feature, and more.

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Recently, Microsoft announced the rollout of Project Reunion 0.5. Being the first production release, it also includes WinUI 3. On the other hand, Uno Platform also announced the general availability of Uno Platform 3.6, enabling the software developers to build Windows applications and take them to Linux, macOS, Web, Android, and iOS.

 

If you didn't hear about Uno Platform yet, here's your chance to learn about it and make your modern Windows 10 applications target all other major platforms.

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Microsoft released a new update (KB5000842) for Windows 10 Version 20H2 and Windows 10 Version 2004. The build comes as an optional update and adds some new features to Windows 10. This build also includes improvements for many Windows components.

 

If you wish to update your system to this latest build, go to Windows Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, and click the Download and Install link under the Optional Updates.

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Microsoft releases a new Office build to the Office Insiders in the Windows (Beta) channel. The latest Office build 13919.20002 doesn't include any new features, but adds a few notable fixes to Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Office suite.

 

If you are using Office Insiders Beta build (version 2104), you might have noticed Outlook crashing while syncing folder hierarchy changes. With this new build 13919.20002, Microsoft resolved this issue. You can find the complete changelog below.

Microsoft is now rolling out a new Windows 10 build 21343. The build is now being offered to the Windows Insiders who are in the Dev Channel. With this preview build, Microsoft adds several improvements and changes to Windows 10. The most highlightable improvement is the new icons in the Windows 10 File Explorer.

 

The latest update build 21343 from the RS_PRERELEASE branch also includes several other changes and fixes to Windows 10. For a detailed list of changes, continue reading it further.

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If you are a Microsoft Edge Insider in the Dev Channel, Microsoft today releases a new Edge build 91.0.831.0. The latest Dev Channel build adds two big features for Microsoft Edge users. The first one is Color Themes support in all platforms, and the other one is MSA sign-in and sync for the Linux users.

 

There are also some more notable changes and fixes in this new build. For the complete changelog, and to learn what's new in Microsoft Edge build 91.0.831.0 in the Dev Channel, continue reading further.

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As the security agencies have seen an increase in attacks against on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers, recently Microsoft released a one-click mitigation tool to help the customers of both current and out-of-support versions of on-premise Exchange Servers who are unfamiliar with the patch/update process.

 

Now the company has taken an additional step to further support the customers who are still vulnerable and have not yet implemented the complete security updates. To tackle the critical vulnerabilities in Exchange Server, Microsoft implemented an automatic mitigation tool within Defender Antivirus.

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Recently the open-source Git Project released Git 2.31. The latest version of Git introduces a few new features and enhancements. With this new version, Git Project introduces background maintenance mode, and the ability to serialize the reverse indexes to disk with the .rev file extension.

 

To know more about the features and changes in Git 2.31, you will need to continue reading further. If you are using the Git platform, you would like to upgrade to this release for better performance.

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Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Preview Build 21337 to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. The latest preview build from the RS_PRERELEASE branch adds some new improvements that include more control over Virtual Desktops, auto HDR Preview, a better File Explorer layout, and more.

 

As a PC gamer, you can now experience Auto HDR Preview on Windows 10 which will automatically improve your PC gaming experience on an additional 1000+ DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 games.

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Recently, Microsoft releases a new Windows 10 Preview Build to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. The latest Windows 10 build 21337 from the RS_PRERELEASE branch adds a couple of new improvements to the operating system. It includes more control to Virtual Desktops, auto HDR Preview, a better File Explorer layout, and more.

 

In this post, we are going to discuss the changes that Microsoft is bringing to Windows 10 virtual desktop and learn how you can personalize it. Continue reading further.

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Recently, the security agencies have seen an increase in attacks against on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers. These attacks were made in email servers often used by small and medium-sized businesses. Due to these reasons, Microsoft thought of simple, easy-to-use, automated solutions to provide out-of-support versions of on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers.

 

With this in mind, Microsoft recently released a new one-click Mitigation Tool for the customers who are using on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers. This will help the customers who are unfamiliar with the patch/update process.

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Microsoft is now testing a new feature for Teams that will allow you to schedule Out-of-Office hours. Once you set up a message in Teams to let others know that you are on vacation, the status message will also sync with your Outlook calendar, your presence, and contact card information.

 

The feature is currently rolling out to the public preview channel for Microsoft Teams on the web and desktop. To know more about this feature and opt in to Microsoft Teams public preview program, continue reading further.

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Microsoft has released a new build for the Chromium-powered Edge browser to the Edge insiders in the Dev channel. The new build 91.0.825.0 is based on Chromium 91 and has been marked as the first release of the Chromium 91 engine in the Dev channel.

 

The latest Microsoft Edge build 91.0.825.0 adds few new additions, minor reliability improvements, and a long list of fixes. The build also includes few known issues that you should know before upgrading to this build.

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Recently Microsoft releases Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9, which brings a set of new .NET productivity features, improvements to the IDE, remote debugging improvements, and more. With this release, Microsoft also adds an AI-powered Visual Studio Search service.

 

This feature has been integrated into the shortcut CTRL + Q for intelligent Visual Studio feature searches. Continue reading further to know more about this feature.

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