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Hello Windows Community, Does anyone know if Skype is going to be phased out in the near future? I know at my job, we use both Skype and Teams for messaging and team communication. We have been told that we will most likely be migrating to only use Teams.
B & C confusions, but its not my name.
-> "B" Update or The Patch Tuesday, happens every 2nd Tuesday of the Month with improvements, security & fixes, new features & it is MANDATORY. -> "C" Update happens every 3rd-4th week of the month with fixes & some improvements & it is OPTIONAL. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/windows-it-pro-blog/windows-10-update-servicing-cadence/ba-p/222376 Many says, the "C" Update or The Optional Update can be skipped(its true) if you have NO ISSUE/s or BUG/s or PROBLEM/s occurs in your PC/Laptop, however it will be included in "B" Update or The Patch Tuesday. Question/s: 1. Why Do I/We need to skip the C Update if I/we found no problem, issue or bug in my/our system until the next update, if this still included in B Update or The Patch Tuesday? 2. If We/I skipped the C Update, does this mean the B Update file size is larger than NOT skipping the C Update? 3. What would the effect if I still Download & Install the C Update even I found no problem, issue, bug?
What's new for Shopping in Bing
Hey Bingers, Bing launched some new shopping features last week. Using these features this holiday season will make finding the right holiday gifts that much easier. Deal Hub on Microsoft Bing In Microsoft Bing's Deal Hub, you can browse online deals from different retailers. Imagine all the Black Friday sales info all in one place. Shopping Hub on Microsoft Bing is getting a facelift Now in the Shopping Hub, you can find Gift Guides to help inspire you to find the perfect gift for your friends and family. Bing's also added comprehensive product details into the search results, so you know what you're getting before you even click through to the retailer's website. Shop the Look Using Bing Visual Search Technology we're bringing you Shop the Look. This new feature can help you find out what pair of shoes go perfectly with those pants you're thinking about buying. I don't know about you, but normally I'm not really excited about holiday shopping. With these features, though, I'm getting a bit more in the gift-giving spirit. You can read in detail about these and other new features at our Windows Experience Blog. Have you been using the features? How have they been working for you?
How to set preferred audio device for common jack
Used to be a window that came up every time I plugged in something to ask whether I intend to use it as a headphone or microphone. One of these times, I ticked headphones and also ticked the "don't ask me again" box. How do I bring up this window again?
What is the best antivirus software out there?
I always wanted to ask this question since I honestly don't know enough about computers. I always wanted to know if I am wasting my money buying McAfee or is the windows updates enough? Is it harmful to have too many antivirus software on your computer. If one computer has it at home does it effect the others that are on the same network?
I like using emojis - not only in my personal emails and Skype messages. There are times when (regretfully) I have to decline a request or something of that nature. I find emojis can help to soften the message. I hope Windows will be able to expand the range - very good communication tool ✔💯
Writing made easy with Office Dictate
With the Dictate feature of Office 365, writing has never been easier. The built-in Dictate tool within Office will help you save time, increase your efficiency, and assist those with writing challenges in capturing their thoughts in a productive way.
I love the Troubleshooting Microsoft offers.
I wish they would expand it to cover more problems. There are some problems that they refer you to a lot of technical talk. I am not a Geak, so please try to add things that I understand or you repair.
What does being lockdown mean to me? Well, apart from the obvious of not being able to venture beyond the perimeter of my home, I find myself doing more of the following....... listening more, thinking more and hearing more; in particular the thinking bit. So here is my idea and it may come across as being 'nuts' 🤔🤯 When I power-up my computer every aspect of my personal operations of use should be coded into a simply use panel. Currently, when I log on my Internet access is automatic via my provider. However, if I wish to send an email I am faced with log-on panels etc. The usual website that I visit could be done via the Windows control panel. I am fortunate enough that my Internet usage is predictable and I very rarely surf out of the norms. Probably boring I know, but there it is. Thinking a little more about automated connectivity, there are masses of technologies that functions and self maintain themselves - some of them are extraterrestrials. I have to think that somewhere in a Microsoft development lab this 'intelligent' connectivity to our preferred websites is being developed, without using 'favourites'. The software needed would have to be intuitive (actually perhaps beyond intuitive). As I mentioned, the idea is a bit on the nutty side.
My screen went blank (was blue) and went I finally got it back, I got a error message--memory management. And it said to contact windows.com/stopcode. Well they won't do anything unless you pay them. I have only had this computer for a couple of months. I don't know what to do. Any suggestions.
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 ...