Today, Microsoft announced a big update to its Authenticator app and a new Autofill extension. These updates will help you keep all the passwords safe in your Microsoft Account and make them available not only in the Edge browser but also in Chrome and the apps on your smartphone.
Google has issued Chrome 88.0.4324.150 with to fix a 0-day vulnerability, and has also removed a malicious extension from the Web Store.
Google Chrome, which is currently the most popular browser in the world, today received a minor update to version 88.0.4324.150. And you better install it right now.
You can now enable the Proton New Tab Page and Proton Menu in Firefox.
Firefox users can now check out the upcoming design changes in their favorite browser. In the Nightly Channel, developers released a new build with an updated menu and a new tab page design. These features join the recently updated Tab bar, and they all are part of the upcoming Proton UI overhaul.
Outlook has been always known for its bright blue color but with the recent update, you can finally change it to a different accent color. Outlook Beta v16.0.13801.20004 is currently available for Office Insiders on Android.
Skype 8.68 is now available for all supported platforms. You can download new version for Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, and also access new features in Skype for Web. Here what is new with this release.
Opera 74, based on Chromium 88, is now available on the Stable branch for all users. This update brings a new Snoozing Tab feature and other minor improvements. Let's see what is new in this release.
Today's Beta version of the Microsoft Authenticator app on iOS and Android received a new feature that makes managing passwords significantly easier. With the new version, you can import passwords directly from Google Chrome or a CSV file to your Microsoft Account. Although the update is available for both Android and iOS, Microsoft is yet to announce the password import feature and all the details about how it works or when it will be available for public use.
It did not take too long for Microsoft to release a native Apple M1 version of the Edge browser. If you try to install the stable version of Microsoft Edge on your new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or Mac mini, the installer will prompt you to choose between the “Mac with Intel chip” and “Mac with Apple chip”.
After introducing Live Photo support for OneDrive on iOS, Microsoft is ready to show some love to Android. OneDrive for Android version 6.23 is now available with 8K video and Samsung’s Motion Photos support.
A Twitter user @thebookisclosed today released a handy tool that allows you to create a custom Windows 10X image specifically optimized for your PC in a few clicks. It will try to copy all the installed drivers and generate a ready to use FFU package, so you can later use it to install Windows 10X on your device.