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How do you like Multilingual text suggestions on Windows 10?
My name is Rana and I work for Microsoft. I am bilingual and use multiple language input options on my Windows 10 laptop. Did you know that you can use multiple keyboard input options for different languages? Do you use multilingual text suggestions on Windows 10 and how do you like it?

04/23/2019

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What have you learned from Windows Community this year?
What have you learned from Windows Community this year? What would you like to know more about?

04/23/2019

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How can Microsoft help you
We should all know by now how we can help now let's start with some helpful ideas. Brainstorm people

04/23/2019

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Are there any features you wish Windows had?
One thing I saw someone had in another OS was that their file explorer equivalent had tabs. My jaw was floored.

04/23/2019

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https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/17731...

You can do the same by holding Control, Shift and hitting + or -. You can resize the Help Pane on the right. Just move the mouse to the left edge of the pane and the cursor will change to indicate it's resizable.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/just-facts-did-you-know/9p6nh83drffr

Just Facts: Did you Know? is the mobile app that shows you amazing facts from different areas of life, presented as colorful animated slides. Installed so many times by people from all over the world, it helps everyone better understand that things around us are beautiful.

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/.../did-you-know

If you forget the syntax while entering an expression, click back on the Operation name preceding the opening bracket. This will bring the help back up for that command. You can then click where you want to edit and continue.

https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/saraford/2008/10/07/did-you-know...

Under Tools – Options – Projects and Solutions – Build and Run, there’s the MSBuild project build output verbosity combo box. This controls how much info you want to see in the Output window. In the examples below, I’m building a simple console application. Verbosity set to Quiet – shows either success or the build...

https://devblogs.microsoft.com/vbteam/tag/did-you-know

Did you know that Sara Ford just recently passed the 300 mark for her Visual Studio Tips & Tricks? Sara used to be a tester on the Visual Studio Core IDE team, and knows the IDE inside and out! I remember the first time I met Sara was 4 years ago when she was writing some automation and called to find out the expected behavior for arrowing over tab stops in VB. 🙂 Now she works on CodePlex,