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Does MS Deserve Your Paranoia?

As I work the various topic areas at TenForums.com, I can’t help but notice an occasional undertone of outright paranoia, plus occasional distrust and hostility toward Microsoft (MS). Because I spend at least an hour or two a day there, at least six days a week, I see it all the time. Kari and I

GitHub

Microsoft gets EU approval for GitHub Acquisition

Today, the European Union has unconditionally approved Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub. Here’s a longish quote from the press release: The Commission found that the combination of Microsoft and GitHub’s activities on these markets would raise no competition concerns because the merged entity would continue to face significant competition from other players on both markets. The Commission also

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Please Help Us Here at Win10.Guru

An Open Letter to Site Visitors and Members: Hello readers. Ed Tittel here. Kari and I are making a big push to invest in more content, more often here at Win10.Guru. To help fund that exercise, and bring some new voices into the site, we could use your help. Hopefully, you’ll be inclined to click

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Windows Server 2019 released

Somewhat surprisingly, Microsoft announced yesterday that Windows Server 2019 is now generally available. It is the first Windows Server version that completely skips the Release to Manufacturing RTM phase, going directly to General Availability (GA). Server 2019 is available in Standard, Datacenter and Essentials editions. According to the Core OS team at Microsoft, this is  because

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Azure for Beginners: Create new App Service

Let’s start with a quote from Wikipedia: “Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers“. In today’s world of IT, each and every IT pro should know at least the basics of Azure, if not somewhat

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Microsoft Learn introduced

At Microsoft Ignite 2018, Microsoft introduced a new self learning service named Microsoft Learn. At the moment, it includes some self learning courses and learning paths for Azure, Dynamics 365, PowerApps, MS Flow and PowerBI. Judging by various off-the-record comments, Microsoft intends to expand this course list in the future. Quote from official announcement on

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Ubuntu 18.04.1 now in Hyper-V Quick Create Gallery

Earlier this week, Microsoft and Canonical made a giant leap forward in bringing Linux to the Windows desktop. A pre-installed, pre-configured Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS virtual hard disk is now available in the Hyper-V Quick Create Gallery, and can be set up in minutes. No installation is required. The virtual machine created is Generation 2 and has full

Dynamics 365

Microsoft adds AI applications to Dynamics 365

Microsoft announced yesterday some new AI mixed reality business applications using HoloLens in Dynamics 365. “A new class of AI applications that will deliver out-of-the-box insights by unifying data and infusing it with advanced intelligence to guide decisions and empower organizations to take informed actions”, is what Alysa Taylor (Corporate VP, Business Applications & Industry)

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Microsoft AI – Going Strong, Doing More

According to Microsoft, their Project Brainwave deployed on Intel’s Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) chip makes real time AI calculations a reality. “Preview of Project Brainwave marks the start of Microsoft’s efforts to bring the power of FPGAs to customers for a variety of purposes”, says Mark Russinovich, CTO for Microsoft Azure cloud computing. Quoting Microsoft’s

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