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A long-awaited feature named "Call Merge" is now available to Microsoft Teams on desktop and web apps. This feature will allow you to combine two Microsoft Teams calls into one group call and continue the conversation from there.

 

The option to merge the call is available under the "More actions" menu (...). To know more about this feature and how to merge a call in Microsoft Teams, continue reading further.

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Recently Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Preview Build 21354 to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. This build comes with some improvements to the "News and Interests" feature, the ability to turn off the Content Adaptive Brightness Control (CABC), a new Camera Settings page, and some more improvements to Windows 10.

 

With the new camera settings page, you can easily add/remove, enable/disable a camera. It also allows you to set the brightness and contrast of the camera. In this quick post, we will learn how to adjust camera brightness and contrast on Windows 10.

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Last week, Microsoft released Office build 14002.20000 to the Office Insiders in the beta channel that adds two new features to Microsoft Office. The first feature was for Microsoft Word which adds proofing for selected text within the document, and the second feature was for Microsoft Excel users that adds accessibility ribbon to the application.

 

With this week's latest Microsoft Office build 14014 in the Beta Channel, the company adds a new feature to Microsoft Excel. With this new feature, you can now import data from dynamic arrays. Apart from this new feature, it also adds a number of fixes.

If you are an Office Insider and running Office 365 applications from the Windows Current (Preview) Channel, Microsoft has released a new build for you. The latest Office Insiders Preview Build 13901.20216 adds three new features to the Office applications.

 

If you are using Microsoft Teams to present PowerPoint slides, this build is going to provide you the maximum benefit. To know more about the new features introduced in the latest Office Preview build, continue reading further.

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Microsoft is continuing its development in making the Chromium-based Edge browser more resource-efficient. As per the new development, the company added a "Performance Mode" feature which will help you optimize speed, responsiveness, memory, CPU, and battery usage.

 

To know more about the feature, its availability, and how to enable or disable the Performance Mode feature in Microsoft Edge, continue reading this post further.

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Yesterday Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 21364 to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. The latest build from the co_release branch comes with some new features and improvements. If you are a WSL fan, this build comes with support to run Linux GUI applications on Windows.

 

This build also includes two new features to Windows 10 Task Manager. The first one is the ability to reduce resource consumption, and the second one is an experimental feature to throttle the process resources. Let's drive into the features and learn more about them.

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Microsoft today released a new update to Windows Insiders on the Dev Channel from the co_release branch. The latest Windows 10 Build 21364 comes with a set of new improvements, changes, and fixes. In this preview build, one of the key highlights is to run your favorite Linux tools and applications on the Windows platform using the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

 

Want to know more about the new features that coming next to Windows 10? You don't want to miss reading this post further. If you are not yet a Windows Insider, you can register for the program and get an early preview of what's coming next to Windows.

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Microsoft is currently testing a new taskbar feature on Windows 10, called News and Interests. As of now, the feature was being tested by the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. Now, the company is bringing it to all insiders running Dev, Beta, and Release Preview channels.

 

That means, if you are running Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2) or higher, you will get this "News and Interests" feature running on your system quite very soon, and get all the latest news launched directly from the Windows 10 Taskbar.

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Microsoft announces the next major release of Visual Studio IDE (Visual Studio 2022) and said that it will be available as a 64-bit application. That means that the next version of Visual Studio will no longer be limited to ~4GB of memory in the main devenv.exe process, and allow you to build the most complex solutions without running out of memory.

 

It will have a refreshed set of icons, more personalization options, and support to provide you more control over building modern applications. Continue reading to know more about Visual Studio 2022, its release schedule, and the first public preview build.

Published by on under .Net | Microsoft Visual Studio 2022

Link to Highlight Text is a new feature that Google is adding to its popular Chrome browser. It will help you to easily copy a portion of a page and share it as a link. The other person clicking the link will see the exact section that you wanted him to see. Thus, it will make it easier to get the attention of that person to that selected text.

 

The feature is currently rolling out to Google Chrome browser on desktop and Android devices. Google said that it will soon roll out to iOS users. To learn more about the feature, continue reading further.

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