Microsoft's Dev Box service, which lets developers use pre-configured developer workstations in the cloud, is now available to all interested testers.
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Microsoft is still not throwing in the towel on the consumer space. But it is cutting jobs and phasing out some products.
Microsoft is making available more than 1,500 of its 3D emoji to creators via GitHub and Figma. But sorry, Clippy fans: no paperclip for you.
Microsoft is warning Office 2016 and 2019 users that they might encounter issues when connecting to Microsoft 365 back-end services starting in October 2023. But they won't be blocked from doing so.
Microsoft is seemingly readying a new Designer tool that looks like a Canva competitor, as well as a Create app/site for templates.
Microsoft's new universal-binary version of Teams for Mac will run natively on whichever underlying architecture powers users' devices.
The app for Android is meant to work on devices with less RAM. The app will be available as of this week in a handful of countries as a free download.
Testers in the Release Preview channel can finally kick the tires of Windows 10 22H2 after little public information. But as of now, it is rolling out to testers in the near-final Release Preview channel.
Microsoft's cloud businesses are continuing to grow during a challenging macro environment, but exactly how much is a bit tricky to determine.
Microsoft is looking to expand the Microsoft Cloud footprint to worldwide government customers.