Microsoft execs shed a few more details on how they plan to enable Android apps to run on Windows 11, and a new Windows Subsystem for Android is at the heart of its strategy.
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Windows 11 is getting a new Teams Chat taskbar button. But somewhat surprisingly, Microsoft isn't integrating Teams any more deeply than that in its newest OS release.
Microsoft is positioning Windows 11 as a little bit of everything for everyone: hybrid workers, the security conscious, gamers and those who appreciate a nicely centered Start Menu.
Microsoft's 'What's next for Windows' virtual event is happening on June 24. Here's everything we know about the coming Windows 11 release.
IT pros, rejoice: Home and Pro editions will get 24 months of support. Enterprise and Education will get 36 months of support.
Microsoft also will make 64-bit dual-core CPUs part of its new baseline for Windows 11 PCs.
Win32, PWA, and even Android apps will be able to be downloaded from the new Microsoft Store, thanks to Microsoft's coming changes.
The first preview build of the coming 64-bit version of Microsoft's Visual Studio IDE are now available for download.
Satya Nadella is now both chair of Microsoft's board of directors and CEO of the company.
Microsoft and Google are vying in the race to make their office and collaboration apps ready for the new hybrid work future. Microsoft's focus is on Teams, Fluid Framework, a new digital whiteboard and more.