Microsoft releases a new Office (version 2102) build to the Office Insiders in the Windows Current Channel (Preview). The latest office build 13801.20084 comes with new features for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook client that improves the dictation toolbar, better collaboration in Word, and better user experience.


Also, the latest Outlook client build adds better interoperability with Microsoft Teams. Here you can find the complete changelog of this build.

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Microsoft released a new Chromium Edge build to the Edge Insiders, who are in the Dev Channel, bumping up the version to 90.0.789.1. The latest build in the Dev Channel comes with a simplified right-click menu for PDFs, new management policies for Quick View Office files, and more.


The latest build also includes several reliability improvements and a lot of bug fixes. Here is the complete changelog of the latest Microsoft Edge build 90.0.789.1 for the Dev channel Edge Insiders.

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Microsoft releases a new Office build (version: 2102) for the Office Insiders. The latest build 13801.20004 for Windows users adds a new feature for Microsoft Access, which will now display the selected tabs clearer in Access. Apart from this, the new build adds several bug fixes for issues found in Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, and Office Suite.


To get the latest Microsoft Office Insider Preview Build, open any Office program and go to File > Account > Update Options > Update Now. Check below to read the full official changelog.

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Microsoft's new Chromium-powered Edge browser was considered to be generally available on , and after that, Microsoft Edge went through a couple of release schedules that added many new features and enhancements to the product. Now, the company has decided to completely wipe out the legacy Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.


Microsoft has published a time schedule to wipe off the legacy Edge and install the latest version of Chromium Edge on Windows 10, starting April 2021. Continue reading to know more about the schedule.

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Microsoft released a new build for Office Insiders on Android. The latest office build 16.0.13801.20004 adds a number of new features for Microsoft Outlook on Android. It includes the ability to call people using voice, create tasks from email, sync your contacts from Outlook on the web, and select a different colored theme for personalization.


To know more about the new features, part of Office Insiders Preview Build 16.0.13801.20004, continue reading further.

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Microsoft Edge is a cross-platform web browser developed by Microsoft in 2015 for Windows 10 and Xbox One. Since then, it has been rolled out for Android and iOS in 2017, macOS in 2019, and preview for Linux in 2020. The legacy Microsoft Edge is over, and the latest version is powered by the popular Chromium engine.


Microsoft Edge 89 is currently being previewed in Edge Insiders Dev Channel and is going to roll out to the stable channel in the first week of March 2021. According to the Edge roadmap, the next version to bring the following improvements.

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Microsoft is working on a new download manager for the Chromium Edge that will make your downloading experience even simpler by showing a menu in the toolbar when you start downloading files. The new experience will also allow you to manage your downloads directly from the Microsoft Edge toolbar.


The new download experience is now rolling out to the Edge Insiders in the Canary channel and will be available to the stable release channel later this year.

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Microsoft released a new version of PowerToys that adds a bunch of fixes and improvements. Microsoft said that the focus of this release was to improve the FancyZones editor, add some new toys into PowerToys Run, some ARM64 work, and stability. The company also said that it internally tested version 0.31.0 but didn't release it due to a bug in the FancyZonez Editor.


Regarding the Video Conference Mute Utility, the wait might be longer than expected. Microsoft plans to roll out a DirectShow based version in February and will merge the utility into the main PowerToys repository sometime in March.

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Microsoft's Office Lens has seen a lot of popularity since its first release and has been well adopted on multiple platforms. Now, the Redmond based software giant is rebranding the app with a new name and an icon, based on the fluent design. From now onwards, it will be known as "Microsoft Lens".


Along with the revamped design, Microsoft Lens is also getting some AI-based new capabilities for Android and iOS devices. To get the latest version, navigate to Google Play Store or Apple Store, and check for updates.

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Google is rolling out a new feature for Google docs that will improve the multi-user document collaboration. The announcement came in an official Google Workspace blog post, which will now display an "Out-of-Office" banner when replying to or mentioning a user in a Google docs comment.


The feature is rolling out for GSuite and Google Workspace subscribers. To know more about the feature, continue reading further.

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