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Shoutout to the wonderful Windows Engineers!
This conversation is a shoutout to the wonderful Windows engineers, those people who have tirelessly worked day and night to make everday computing as easy as cutting a cake. These are the engineers who worked hard to make computing a cheap and readily available thing, rather than being a luxury that only the rich can afford. These engineers are the ones who make it possible for Windows to be what it is today. The endless possibilities that we have come to associate with Windows is possible all thanks to these engineers. Thank you to the whole Windows team, from the ones who sit down everyday to attend to technical issues around the world, to the ones who designed the operating systems, to those who write the actual code of the operating system. A huge thank you to all of you!
Intro to Windows Community
Be part of the Windows Community! Anita George, Windows Community program lead, shares what it's about.
Windows Engineering Immersion Experience
The Windows Engineering team explores Microsoft Stores in Portland!
engineers responding to feedback
hi there: This is more of a suggestion. In the feedback hub, when I sent out a feedback, there is 1 or 0 upvote without any official response. I know that it is difficult for the engineers to actually respond to individual feedback, but all feedback is important, regardless of how many upvotes received. Even if only 1 upvote received, the feedback can make a big difference in Windows 10. I wish that there is a feature in the feedback hub where an engineer can respond and ask, why did you submit that feedback or why are you facing that issue or why do you want a certain change.
Windows Community interviews Windows enthusiast: Mayank Parmar
Mayank Parmar covers Microsoft and Windows-related stories on WindowsLatest.com. Learn what his three favorite Windows apps are and how he puts them to good use.
Collaboration and creativity explode in annual Hackathon
Microsoft's annual Hackathon is a week-long festival where teams of people innovate to solve problems with technology.
Meet Analy and Matt: Getting you there with Maps
Meet Analy Otero Diaz and Matt Cooley, Windows engineers who help make Windows Maps do the amazing things it does.
What was your first version of Windows?
What was your first version of Windows?
Windows Community site help
Every website is different. Here are instructions and answers on how to navigate and use the Windows Community site.
Accessibility Features in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update
There are number of new accessibility features built into the latest 2004 update. Based on user feedback, we have made Narrator easier to use and you can now use Magnifier to start reading text out loud. See this blog post for more detail: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/05/21/whats-coming-in-windows-10-accessibility/. We'd love to hear what you think Anne Budd and the rest of the community.
Engineering As the cornerstone of our company, Microsoft Engineers always aspire to be the best in the industry. Whether coding, building, hacking, designing, or testing, they consistently put their passion and energy into delivering world-class products that will delight and empower Microsoft customers and partners.
The Performance Windows Engineering Guide (WEG) provides guidance on how to deliver a great Windows experience on a high-performing PC. It identifies opportunities to measure, analyze, and improve performance in key areas, including battery life, web browsing, and streaming media. OEM, ODM, and IHV partners can also find guidance on developing ...
Hardware Engineering By constructing close partnerships between hardware and software engineers, designers, and manufacturing, the Microsoft Devices Group builds cutting-edge devices and technologies that ensures world class user experiences around the world.
DevOps Engineers combine people, process, and technologies to continuously deliver valuable products and services that meet end user needs and business objectives. Security Engineer. Security Engineers implement security controls and threat protection, manage identity and access, and protect data, applications, and networks. ...