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If you are using Microsoft Office Version 2110, Microsoft released a new preview build 14527.20040. The latest build is rolling out to the Office Insiders who have registered their system under Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring).

 

The latest Microsoft Office build under the Windows Beta Channel doesn't come with any new features, but it includes several improvements and bug fixes. Here is the complete official changelog, if you are interested in it.

Earlier this month, Microsoft released PowerToys 0.45.0 which added an updated settings menu UI and a bunch of improvements to Microsoft PowerToys. Now the company has released another update for PowerToys that bumped up the version to 0.47.0.

 

Microsoft said that the goals for the PowerToys v0.47 release cycle were primarily focused on stability updates and optimizations, installer updates, general bug fixes, and accessibility improvements. For the complete official changelog, continue reading further.

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Microsoft has released a new Edge build 96.0.1028.0 to the Edge Insiders, who are on the Dev Channel. This is the first build of the Microsoft Edge version 96. The latest version of the Microsoft Edge Dev Channel build adds a number of new features.

 

This includes the ability to view downloaded Office files directly in the browser, a new Setting on the iOS version of the browser to restore tabs on startup. For more details, and to read the official changelog, continue reading further.

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Microsoft releases a new Office build to the Office Insiders who have registered under the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). The latest Microsoft Office Version 2110 Build 14517.20000 comes with no new features but adds a ton of fixes for issues found in Word, Excel, Outlook, Project, and Office Suite.

 

If you would like to know what has been changed and fixed in the latest Microsoft Office Version 2110 Build 14517.20000, here is the full official changelog.

Windows 11 Build 22000.194 (KB5005635) was released to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel last week. In this build, Microsoft adds several new improvements and fixes. Now, the company has released an ISO image of the Windows 11 Build 22000.194 for the interested insiders to test the path towards clean installation.

 

To download the official Windows 11 ISO image for a clean installation, you will need to be a Windows Insider in the Release Preview Channel. Here's how you can download it from the Microsoft site.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

If you want to know whether your present Windows 10 device is compatible with the Windows 11 operating system, Microsoft has a tool called "PC Health Check app" that will tell you whether you can upgrade to the "soon-to-be-released" operating system.

 

Earlier, this tool was only available to Windows Insiders. Now the company has released it to all users to test for compatibility ahead of the final release of Microsoft Windows 11.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Last year, Microsoft confirmed that a new standalone version of Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac will be released for the consumers in the second half of 2021. Earlier this year, the company added more information to it and announced Office 2021 LTSC for Windows and macOS.

 

And now the company cleared all the fogs and announced that Microsoft Office 2021 will be released on along with Windows 11. As that will come with a perpetual license, you won't need to pay any subscription charges other than a one-time purchase fee.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Office 2021

Microsoft releases a new Office version to the Office Insiders in the Windows Beta Channel (Fast Ring). The latest Microsoft Office Version 2110 Build 14503.20002 adds a new feature to the Microsoft Outlook client. You can now use your voice to send an email and @mention people.

 

This build also adds Data Loss Prevention policy tips to Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Apart from these new features, Microsoft adds a bunch of fixes too. Here's the complete changelog.

Published by on under Latest Microsoft Office Insiders Preview Build | Microsoft 365

Windows 11 Build 22000.194 is now rolling out to the testers who are in the Windows Insiders Beta Channel. As the Beta channel is in its final stage of development, targeting the release, it adds some minor changes and improvements.

 

The build comes as a cumulative update (KB5005635) and adds the TPM requirement for Virtual Machines (VM). That means you will be blocked from updating to the latest version of Windows 11 if your VM doesn't support TPM.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Visual Studio 2022 is the first version of the IDE that will be available as a 64-bit app and thus it won't be limited to ~4GB of memory in the main devenv.exe process. Currently, it is available as a preview bit for the interested developers to try and provide feedback to Microsoft.

 

In August, the company released the third preview build, and now the company came up with Preview 4 of the Visual Studio 2022. The latest version of Visual Studio 2022 adds the following new features and improvements. To get the latest build, find the official download links below.

Published by on under Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 | News

September 2021 Patch Tuesday Update for Windows 10 is now available. Microsoft releases KB5005565 cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 as a mandatory update that solves a PowerShell bug and more.

 

KB5005565 is a critical update, rolling out to Windows 10 versions 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 bringing the builds number to 19041.1237, 19042.1237, and 19043.1237 respectively. For more information, and to download the offline installer for KB5005565, continue reading more.

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Last week Microsoft released Windows 11 Build 22454 to the insiders in the Dev Channel. The build was released from the active development branch (RS_PRERELEASE) that adds a modern context menu to the Recycle Bin, network sharing in File Explorer, an updated version of the Korean IME, and a list of bug fixes.

 

Later in the week, Microsoft also released the ISO image of the same Windows 11 Build 22454. Being the first ISO image of the Windows 11 vNext release build, insiders can now perform a clean installation on their system.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22454.1000 is now rolling out. The latest build comes from the active development branch (RS_PRERELEASE) and adds few new enhancements and a long list of bug fixes in various parts of the operating system.

 

If you are a Windows Insider in the Dev Channel, you would like to upgrade to this build by clicking the "Check for Updates" button on your Windows Update Settings page.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Back in May 2021, during the //BUILD/2021 event, Microsoft announced the ability for Microsoft Teams users to purchase any third-party Teams app subscriptions directly from the Teams app store. From within the store, users can view subscription plans offered and go through the checkout process to pay with a credit card.

 

This feature is soon going to roll out to the Microsoft Teams users and the tenant admin can enable or disable their users' ability to discover and install third-party applications that require third-party subscriptions.

Published by on under Microsoft 365 | Microsoft Teams

A month after the release of Microsoft PowerToys 0.43 for Windows 10, Microsoft now came up with a new build. That's Microsoft PowerToys 0.45.0. This release is primarily centered around stability updates and optimizations, installer updates, general bug fixes, and accessibility improvements.

 

In this release, Microsoft worked extensively with the community to build an updated settings menu UI. This UI update takes advantage of the latest styling elements to provide users with a refreshed, modern experience navigating the various utilities and their settings.

Published by on under Microsoft PowerToys | News

Windows 11 Build 22449 that was released yesterday to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel from the active development branch, had an issue with the Taskbar, and Start menu. After installing the build, insiders started reporting issues with the non-responsive Start and Taskbar.

 

Microsoft quickly checked and discovered an issue with the server-side deployment that went incorrect. The company now provided a quick fix to get back into a working state on your PC. Follow the steps as stated below.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Microsoft releases a new Windows 11 build, but this time it has been limited to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. That’s because Microsoft is now moving the Dev Channel back to receiving builds from the active development branch (RS_PRERELEASE) and thus it will no longer match the Windows 11 experience that's going to release on October 5th.

 

The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22449 comes with a change in the SMB compression behavior. It also adds a long list of other changes, improvements and bug fixes. If you are on the Dev Channel, upgrade to this build now.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Back in June, Microsoft started delivering Windows 11 Preview Builds to the Windows Insiders who were already opted into the Dev Channel. Since then, all supported and unsupported devices in the Dev and Beta channels were offered the Windows 11 builds.

 

But now, that's going to end. Microsoft just made a decision to stop flighting preview builds to the unsupported devices and booting them out of the Windows 11 insiders program.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

Yesterday, Microsoft announced the official release date of Windows 11 and said that it will roll out in a phased manner to all compatible Windows 10 devices as a FREE Upgrade. If your system meets the minimum hardware requirements, you can expect it on your system by mid-2022.

 

Along with this news, there is also a piece of bad news that the Android apps support on Windows 11 won't be part of the first release. Microsoft is yet to start testing this feature with Windows Insiders, which will begin in the coming months.

Published by on under Microsoft Windows 11 | News

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