Microsoft has kicked off its virtual Build conference, announcing a slew of product and platform developments. Here are 10 interesting technologies that hit general availability (or at least got assigned GA windows) on Day 1.
Project Reunion was unveiled during the Microsoft Build developer virtual event, promising to address a major block for Windows developers.
Microsoft on Wednesday announced the release of Windows 10 version 2004, known as the "May 2020 Update," and had a lot to say about it.
Beyond just crunching budgets, Microsoft's recent Excel overhaul will give it the intelligence to recognize over 100 new data categories and process information in ways that were previously unimagined.
It won't do what most third-party backup solutions can, but Windows File History, a relic from Windows 8.1, does a reasonably good job of protecting Windows 10 data.
Microsoft is now enabling people to test Domain Name System (DNS) over HTTPS encryption, known as "DoH," via a recently released preview version of Windows 10.
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