Microsoft released Windows 10 May 2019 Update half an hour ago. Quoting official Windows blog: How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update Beginning today, the May 2019 Update is available for customers who would like to install the latest release. If you are ready to install the update, open your Windows Update settings
Last week, Ms unveiled a GitHub repository named PowerToys. Though that repository has no releases just yet, the overview mentions (and links to) the Windows 95 era PowerToys project (Wikipedia), and announces a planned reboot for later this year (Summer 2019). First in the planned series of upcoming PowerToys rebooted will be: + Maximize to
At the outset of 2018, the Windows community reeled in the wake of the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities. Recently, Intel has disclosed a new set of chip-level vulnerabilities. On May 14, the company published a support bulletin entitled “Side Channel Vulnerability Microarchitectural Data Sampling.” According to many security experts and Windows watchers — see this
OK, it’s coming. Version 2 of the Secure Hash Algorithm, aka SHA-2, is going to take over sole authentication duty from SHA-1 in 2019. You can read more about this at Windows Support, but I’ll provide the broad strokes of what’s going on here. Long story short: SHA-1 has been around for a long, long
In a definite sign that a new fork in the Windows 10 development tree is about to form, Microsoft re-opens the Skip ahead (“Skippy”) branch to Insiders.
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Late last night, Microsoft temporarily stopped delivering Windows 10 version 1809 and Windows Server 2019, both released earlier this week. At this moment, the official download site for Windows 10 has reverted back to version 1803, and Azure Marketplace only offers Windows Server 2016 and older. Quoting Microsoft: We have paused the rollout of the
Roadmap to bring all Skype for Business features and functionality to Microsoft Teams is complete. As of today, October 1st 2018, Skype for Business will not be included for new Office 365 tenants with less than 500 seats. Existing O365 tenants currently using Skype for Business will be able to continue using it until transition
In seeking to support its vision of a modern desktop based on Windows 10 and Office 365 ProPlus, Microsoft announces services and an extended support time window for Enterprise and Education customers on feature upgrades.
Microsoft increases license and device count limits for subscribers to Office 365 Home and Personal, enabling more users to run the software on many more devices.