Microsoft has introduced a new website that unifies support articles and troubleshooting guides for Microsoft 365 and Windows. The new resource resolves some of the long standing issues with Windows Update history pages, cumulative updates, and Office updates.
The Redmond software giant has finally finished the rebranding procedure for its Bing search system. The company today announced the name change, and also introduced a new logo for the search engine.
Alleged source code for Windows XP leaked online this week. First appearing on the 4chan anonymous board, the file data also includes most of the previously leaked product source codes, like Windows Server 2003, MS DOS 3.30, MS DOS 6.0, Windows 2000, Windows CE 3, Windows CE 4, Windows CE 5, Windows Embedded 7, Windows Embedded CE, Windows NT 3.5, Windows NT 4, and Xbox.
ZeniMax Media is a company that owns well known game studios Bethesda, id Software, Arkane, and other studios that created plenty of popular games. The full list includes Bethesda Softworks, Bethesda Game Studios, id Software, ZeniMax Online Studios, Arkane, MachineGames, Tango Gameworks, Alpha Dog, and Roundhouse Studios.
This year's Ignite conference will be a two-part online event. One part of Ignite 2020 will come in September, from September 22 - 24. The the other is planned for early 2021. Both parts will be free, digital-only 48-hour events. You can now register to it.
Microsoft's Panos Panay would be joining board of directors of Sonos. Sonos is a company which specializes in smart speakers and soundbars.
Microsoft has announced that their Ignite conference which is company's annual event for IT profs and devs, will be quite a different from what it is used to be. Like company's recent events, the conference will be splint into two virtual sessions.
Microsoft is buying part of the social network TikTok, its U.S. division. The Redmond company is also considering a purchase Canada, Australia, and New Zealand operations of TikTok.
Microsoft Build 2020 contains more than 600 sessions. The company has published a session catalog that allows watching all of them now.
Amanda Langowski is the new lead of Windows Insider Program at Microsoft, replacing Dona Sarkar. A new blog post on the Windows Insider blog reveals the details about this change.