Today, Microsoft is releasing the new Edge browser, built on Chromium, as a stable release for Windows and macOS. The new version, which is available to download now, no longer uses EdgeHTML but Chromium as standard, which will work with Chrome extensions, a similar browsing experience to Chrome and a familiar look.
Despite it being over ten years old, Windows 7 is still one of the most popular operating systems available today. Next week, however, will see Microsoft end support for it, and stop providing security fixes and updates. This has left a question about what programs will remain compatible with Windows 7.
Microsoft will be releasing its new Edge browser, built on Chromium, on January 14th, after testing it for nearly a year. Late last year, they revealed that it will be automatically pushed to Windows 10 users on the April 2018 Update and late through a Windows Update.
Microsoft has released a new preview build of Office apps to Office Insiders. The build, numbered 12430.20000, introduces a number of changes to Word, Outlook, Excel and OneNote, and is only available for Windows.
Mozilla has advised all users of its Firefox browser to update to the latest version in order to fix a highly critical security flaw that could allow attackers to take over your computer.
For a while now, we have known about the end of support for Windows Phone, and developers of major apps that were available for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 10 Mobile slowly began to remove their apps from the platform.
Today Microsoft announced new features coming to its Microsoft 365 platform in the future. One of them is Walkie Talkie, and it will be available within Microsoft Teams, starting with a private preview in the first half of 2020.
The official Microsoft news mobile apps, available on iOS and Android, received an update today that bought along new region options.