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What's New in Web Experiences
I read this morning both on Windows Central https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-outlines-new-features-edge-month , and over on Neowin https://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-lists-the-new-features-being-added-to-edge-this-month that Microsoft has started a blog, that will be updated every six weeks or so with all of the new features that are available now, and those that are coming to Edge. Worth checking out https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/08/27/whats-new-in-web-experiences-for-august-2020-collections-gets-smarter-microsoft-edge-family-safety-comes-to-android-and-bing-helps-you-give-back-to-local-schools/
Unable to comment on Microsoft News . . .
When logging onto my computer I do often check the latest news articles and like to comment. I am now greeted with the following message: "As of September 15, 2020 comments are unavailable, but don’t worry! We’ll have a new commenting experience online soon. Watch for updates on the Microsoft News Blog." Please do tell me what is going on. There is so much news today that I would like to hear peoples thought on.
Language and keyboard issue
I set three Preferred Languages in Windows 10, each associated with a different keyboard layout: English (English-Qwerty), German (German-Qwertz) and Italian (Italian-Qwerty). I use different input methods for different apps, everything is smooth and fine and I can easily switch between keyboard layouts when I need to - with one notable and very annoying exception. Whenever I use MS Word, a fourth keyboard layout turns up automatically and messes up my typing: Italian-Qwertz. The point is that I have never installed it and it does not appear in the installed keyboard layouts under any installed language, but I cannot get rid of it unless I restart my pc and every time I run MS Words the unwanted keyboard layout is there again. This is driving me crazy and I would be grateful if you could help me regain my peace of mind.
Feeling Old Yet?
From https://www.thurrott.com/ "Microsoft finalized Windows 95 on August 15, 1995 and began selling it to the public, 27 years ago today, on August 24, 1995" What fun days those were... If I may though to paraphrase Brooks Atkinson " In every age, the good old days were a myth. No one ever thought they were good at the time........"
Need help for “inacceptable ble boot device”
I’m trying to repair I mean reinstall windows 10 in my laptop I just got this message. Thanks.
How to Migrate Exchange to Office 365
There exist several reasons as to why you should migrate from Exchange Server to Office 365 environment. Some of the causes are real-time synchronization and enhanced security features, reliability, reduced hardware and software maintenance costs, reduced administration and staffing cost, easy-to-manage multiple user accounts, flexible subscription plans, user-friendly and easy-to-use interface with great phone and web support. However, to avail these facilities, you will, firstly, have to migrate mailboxes from the Exchange to Office 365. In the below sections, you will learn the various ways to do so. Exchange Server to Office 365 Migration A database administrator (DBA) can migrate all mailbox items such as emails, calendar, contacts and other data items from user Exchange Server mailboxes to Office 365 environment. Learn more about it : https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/migrate-exchange-to-office-365-using-cutover-migration
Pick and Choose Update Packages
Please, it would be a life saver for many if users could pick and choose update packages. I had a big headache today uninstalling an update that led my Lenovo desktop to blue screening right at sign in and when I want to restart, it crashes immediately. Worse, I couldn't enter safe mode with my USB recovery drive because the PC didn't detect it. Fortunately, after trying each single USB ports I could boot into my USB drive and uninstall the update. Oh, there should be an easier way to access safe mode too. I remember with Windows 7 there was such a thing like boot menu. Yep, that one less second at boot costs me hours of productivity. Simply genius...
How to setup and configure Wi-Fi for home
Set up a secure and efficient Wi-Fi network for home.
How do feel about mixer shutting down?
It really sucks apparently beacuse mixer is good, and now it's being transitioned to Facebook Gaming. I really wished mixer was going to get better because it was, but sadly business decisions made it shut down due to a lack of audience.
Edge on Linux
No one asked Microsoft to port its Edge browser to Linux. Indeed, very few people asked for Edge on Windows. But, here it is. So, how good -- or not -- is it? First, you should know that the experts always knew Edge would run on Linux. Today's Microsoft Edge isn't the one that first shipped. This model, which went into beta on Windows last year, is built on the open-source Chromium codebase. Besides being the foundation for Google Chrome, Chromium is the bedrock that almost all web browsers, with the exception of Firefox, are built on these days. So, bringing Edge over to Linux isn't anything as difficult as, say, bringing on-premise Microsoft Office to Linux. Now, the first beta of Edge on Linux is here. The new release comes ready to run on Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and openSUSE Linux distributions. It should run on any Linux using DEB or RPM packaging. Microsoft is planning to release weekly builds, just as it does with the Dev Channel builds for other platforms. To get started, users can download and install a .deb or .rpm package directly from the Edge Insider site. This also configures a system to get future automatic updates. If you don't trust Microsoft that much, you can also install Edge via Microsoft's Linux Software Repository for Microsoft Products. More detailed instructions are available on Microsoft's Edge-on-Linux blog post. Data from ZDnet
May 10, 2021 | Jane Hesmondhalgh - CVP, CFO, Microsoft Global Sales, Marketing and Operations, and executive sponsor of the Asians at Microsoft employee resource group. Celebrating our differences and uniting for a more inclusive society
Windows 10 in cloud configuration: The cost-effective, secure, and simple solution for the new digital workforce From remote and hybrid employees to frontline workers in the field, empowering everyone with the secure solution for cloud-optimized devices.
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This release migrates Windows Terminal to version 1.6, which includes all of the features from this previous blog post except for the settings UI. Windows Terminal Preview will move to version 1.7, which includes all of the features described below.
eBPF is a well-known but revolutionary technology—providing programmability, extensibility, and agility. eBPF has been applied to use cases such as denial-of-service protection and observability. Over time, a significant ecosystem of tools, products, and experience has been built up around eBPF. Although support for eBPF was first implemented in the Linux kernel, there has been ...