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Microsoft releases Edge 96 to the Beta Channel insiders as part of the 4-weekly update cycle. The beta channel of the Microsoft Edge preview program is considered for the release of the most stable preview builds to the Edge Insiders.

 

Being the first release, Microsoft Edge (Chromium) Preview Build 96.0.1054.8 came with several new features, improvements, and policy updates. Here is the complete official changelog.

Published by on under Browser | Internet Browser

If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2111, the company released a new build. The latest Microsoft Office build 14623.20002 is being rolled out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring).

 

In this week, though there are no new features in the latest Microsoft Office build, Microsoft tried to fix a few bugs which were part of earlier builds. Here is the list of new changes (official changelog) in the latest Microsoft Office Build 14623.20002.

A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released PowerToys 0.47.1 to address some bugs and other stability improvements. And now the company has released another update for PowerToys that bumped up the version number to 0.49.0.

 

Microsoft PowerToys version 0.49.0 introduces exciting new updates primarily centered around modernizing PowerRename's UI, adding a brand new mouse utility, and merging Video Conference Mute into the stable releases. Continue reading to learn further details.

Published by on under Microsoft PowerToys | News

Windows 11 has been already released, and you might have already received the update if you are running a supported Windows 10 device. If you didn't receive the update, even after your system meets the minimum hardware requirements, hold your breath and you will soon get it.

 

On the other side, Windows 11 Insiders are continuously getting new builds from Microsoft. Some builds include new features whereas the other builds include improvements and bug fixes. The new Windows 11 build 22489 comes with a new account settings page and other improvements.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Recently, Microsoft announced the new version of Windows – Windows 11. It has more features than Windows 10 and has a more refined look. When new software or new versions of operating systems are launched, the security and privacy become questionable. In today’s world, it’s a must to protect your data by using the best VPN for windows.

 

As per the data by Purplsec, during the pandemic, the global cybercrimes rate increased by 600%. Additionally, more than 18 million websites are infected with malware at a given time each week. This increase in the number of cybercrimes indicates that investing in the right VPN service is not necessary but a must.

Published by on under Editorial | Express VPN

Microsoft releases a new cumulative update (KB5006738) for Windows 10 version 2004 and newer. The new update is available via Windows Update as an optional update and brings several improvements. If you are likely to install this update on multiple devices, Microsoft also releases an offline installer for you.

 

To know more about the fixes, improvements in this build, and to download the Windows 10 KB5006738 (21H1) update offline installer, continue reading further.

Published by on under News | Tech News

Last week, Microsoft added Coauthoring Error Recovery Experience to Microsoft Office version 2111. The improvement was added to Microsoft Office build 14609.20000 and was released to Office Insiders who are in the Windows Beta Channel.

 

In this week, though there are no new features in the latest Microsoft Office build, Microsoft tried to fix a few bugs which were part of earlier builds. Here is the list of new changes (official changelog) in the latest Microsoft Office Build 14613.20000.

PowerShell 7.2.0 is now available for download. Microsoft has made the first release candidate of the PowerShell 7.2 available for public testing, making it one step forward towards the final release.

 

The latest version of PowerShell includes several improvements. Continue reading more for a detailed list of features and improvements.

Published by on under Microsoft PowerShell | News

Microsoft announces "Windows 10 November 2021 Update (Windows 10, version 21H2)" for release. As the name suggests, this update is scheduled to release sometime next month. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 Build 19044.1288 will be the final build for the November 2021 Update.

 

If you are a Windows Insider, you can now download the ISO/DVD image of the Windows 10 November 2021 Update to try out a clean installation on a test machine to check the overall experience.

Published by on under News | Tech News

Microsoft has announced that the company will be retiring the Microsoft Teams support on mobiles running older versions of the Android operating system. This will ONLY affect Android 5, Android 6, and Android 7 devices. If you are using any of these versions, Microsoft Teams will soon start prompting you to upgrade to newer Android builds.

 

In a notification sent by the company, Microsoft announced the retirement dates of Microsoft Teams for each Android version mentioned above. The dates are as follows.

Published by on under Android | Microsoft Teams

Windows 11 build 22483 is now rolling out to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. This build includes general improvements and bug fixes. The most notable change in Windows 11 build 22483 is that you can now right-click on the "Recommended" and "More" buttons in the Start menu to refresh the list of items shown there.

 

Apart from that, it’s all about fixes in this build. To know all the new improvements, fixes (official changelog), and known issues, continue reading further.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Microsoft releases a new Windows 10 Build 19044.1319 (version 21H2) to the Windows Insiders who are in the Release Preview Channel. The build comes as KB5006738 and will be offered automatically for Windows Insiders already on Windows 10, version 21H2 in the Release Preview Channel.

 

For Insiders not yet on Windows 10, version 21H2 – this update will be offered ONLY to the seekers who have moved from the Beta Channel to the Release Preview Channel. The latest build comes with the following improvements.

Published by on under News | Tech News

If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2111, the company released a new build. The latest Microsoft Office build 14609.20000 is being rolled out to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel. The latest Microsoft Office Version 2111 Build 14609.20000 comes with a new feature for Microsoft Word, that will improve the recovery experience.

 

The latest build also comes with few bug fixes and improvements to improve the entire Microsoft Office Suite. To learn more about the feature and the changes, continue reading the official changelog below.

Just a few days ago Microsoft released a new cumulative update (KB5006670) for Windows 10 devices as part of the Patch Tuesday update service, which came with several improvements (fixes). But the latest patch actually started causing trouble to users.

 

Many users over the world started reporting printing problems when connected to a network printer. If you have just received the error "0x00000709" or "Element not found" while printing, you are one of the victims.

Published by on under News | Tech News

A new Windows 11 Build started rolling out to the Windows Insiders who have opted to receive builds from the Dev Channel. The latest Windows 11 Preview Build 22478 contains no major new features but adds emojis with fluent design.

 

The latest build also adds some changes, improvements, and a bunch of bug fixes. If you are on the Dev Channel, open your Windows Update Settings page, and check for updates.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

If you are running Windows 10 version 2004 or later, Microsoft released a new cumulative update (KB5006670) in the stable release channel. The new update is available via Windows Update and Windows Update for Business.

 

The latest cumulative update (KB5006670) for Windows 10 comes as part of the "Patch Tuesday" update and comes with several improvements (fixes). To receive the update open the Windows 10 Settings app, and check for updates.

Published by on under News | Tech News

At the end of September, Microsoft released PowerToys version 0.47.0 which was primarily focused on stability updates and optimizations, installer updates, general bug fixes, and accessibility improvements. Now the company started rolling out a new version (0.47.1) to address few more issues related to product stability.

 

Microsoft PowerToys v0.47.1 is a patch release to fix issues in v0.47.0. For the complete official changelog, continue reading further.

Published by on under Microsoft PowerToys | News

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.

 

Earlier, WSL was available for Windows 10. And now, after the launch of Windows 11, the company has made the Windows Subsystem for Linux available for Windows 11 too.

Published by on under Linux | Microsoft Windows 11

Microsoft releases a new MS Office Version 2111 to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel. The latest Microsoft Office Version 2111 Build 14530.20000 comes with a new feature for the Microsoft Outlook client, that will allow you to update your photo in a different way.

 

The latest build also comes with few bug fixes and improvements to improve the entire Microsoft Office Suite. To learn more about the feature and the changes, continue reading the official changelog below.

Microsoft announced the rollout of the Windows 11 operating system to the eligible devices running supported hardware configuration. This rollout begins one day ahead of the previous rollout plan, which was supposed to happen on October 5th.

 

If you are running Windows 10, you can check to see if your device is eligible to upgrade using the PC Health Check app. You can then check to see if the Windows 11 upgrade is ready for your specific device by opening Windows Update settings.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News


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