A name change from Windows Defender to Microsoft Defender and at least one MacOS Defender offering (Advanced Threat Protection, or ATP) strongly suggest that Defender has cross-platform tendencies if not yet a definite roadmap and timeline.
Sorry readers, this weekly Windows news recap is running a little behind schedule. Kari had some personal matters to attend to this weekend and I got distracted by family matters yesterday, even though I agreed to take this up on his behalf. Again: our apologies to make you wait. Here’s last week’s recap! New Insider
Everybody, even Microsoft, knows that the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10 fall far short of providing a positive user experience. Another, new MS Docs item provides more useful guidance on minimum hardware configs. Let’s compare and contrast them, OK?
Microsoft laid out its Chromium based Edge Enterprise roadmap at their Inspire 2019 conference in Las Vegas this week. We are sharing an update on capabilities that we are investing in to make the next version of Microsoft Edge the best browser for enterprises and business customers of all sizes. The Dev Channel now has
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update was released late in 2017. It brought major updates like search photos using AI: With the help of AI, we’ve also introduced an easy way to search by person, place, or thing. Simply click on the search bar and images of people* from your collection appear, making it easy
On July 16, Microsoft announced it is starting to push 1903 out to 1803 users via Windows Update. For companies that manage their own update servers, this means planning for 1903 deployment on or before November 10/12, 2019.
Certain PCs — especially those with older Intel internal GPUs — may experience a black screen when using Windows 10’s built-in Remote Desktop (RDP) facility. This applies to PCs acting as RDP servers and those acting as RDP clients, according to MS.
NewsBytes for Week 28, 2019, include info about a new Fast + Skipahead Insider Preview, Patch Tuesday stuff, a reversal of an unpopular new MS Partner Program policy, and upcoming changes to the MS Services Agreement that kick in next month. Enjoy!
Microsoft’s decision to take away internal usage rights from partners has been strongly opposed. As we reported earlier, a petition was launched earlier this week. By today, that petition had over 6,000 signatures. Today, the company also reversed its decision, saying they listened to their partners. Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner Organization,
The first European Microsoft Store will open today in London, the United Kingdom. Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela says the 2,000 square meter (22,000 square feet) store on Oxford Circus in central London (Bing Maps) with 150 staff has been designed for everybody, from gaming fans and students to small business users. The store will