Tag: Microsoft

Microsoft Researchers Detail VC3, to Keep Your Online Data Protect While You’re Using It

Microsoft Researchers Detail VC3, to Keep Your Online Data ProtectThere are lots of security steps to keep your online documents secure, yet they regularly diminish or go away when you’re in fact using those data. Suppose an user attempts to swipe your data while you’re working with it? Microsoft believes it can help. It just revealed VC3 (Verifiable Confidential Cloud Computing), a system that maintains your information safeguard at virtually every action. Whenever you open content, it’s sent to a locked down device which limits access to you & you alone – in theory, this prevents also insiders (such as cloud providers, colleagues or government spies) from intercepting your tricks. Continue reading

Microsoft Office for Android Smartphones Preview Now Available

Microsoft Office for Android Smartphones Preview Now AvailableMicrosoft is bringing a new features and look to its Office mobile applications for Android phones. After launching an Android tablet version in January, the new Office applications for Android phones look very comparable. They’re additionally almost identical to the iOS version available on the iPhone, and designed with the exact same features in mind.

While the tablet versions permit you to get a fair quantity of editing done without a keyboard & mouse, the phone editions are truly for basic and also fast edits. Microsoft is utilizing the very same editing interface at the end of the screen, with options to quickly change font styles and also styling in Word. Continue reading

Microsoft’s Most Latest Windows 10 Mobile Preview Adds Office and Xbox Applications

Microsoft's Most Latest Windows 10 Mobile Preview Adds Office and Xbox ApplicationsMicrosoft has released a new Windows 10 Mobile preview build, bringing with it a range of new features and also changes, and better compatibility with the large range of Windows Phones on the marketplace.

In the Windows 10 Mobile preview build 10080, Microsoft has actually introduced a beta version of the Windows Store, which has actually been built as an universal application with an interface just like the desktop computer Store. Microsoft says this Windows Store beta is much from feature complete, yet essential functionality, such as the capability to find and download and install applications, has actually been included. Continue reading

Skype’s Real-Time Translator Feature is Now Available for Anyone to Use

Skype's Real-Time Translator FeatureMicrosoft has been previewing its powerful Skype Translator for nearly 6 months, and the company is now ready for anyone to examine the software. While the previous releases, including support for Italian & Chinese, have been restricted to a small group of testers, Microsoft is getting rid of the sign-up need today to open up the preview to the masses. That means anyone could now make use of Skype Translator to translate English, Spanish, Italian, and also Madarin in real-time.

Skype Translator works by using a modified version of the Skype Windows 8 app to translate talked words right into text or sound. Continue reading

Microsoft Might Not Launch New Operationg System After Windows 10, Only Incremental Updates

Microsoft Might Not Launch New Operationg System After Windows 10, Only Incremental UpdatesOver the previous year Microsoft has actually already talked about exactly how it’s moving away from large launches for Windows in favor of smaller incremental updates that regularly evolve the operating system. And with Windows 10 around the corner, the company is going as far as calling it the last version of Windows. ‘Now we’re launching Windows 10, and because Windows 10 is the last version of Windows, we’re all still working with Windows 10,’ said Jerry Nixon, a developer evangelist speaking at Microsoft’s Ignite conference last week.

Nixon was clarifying exactly how when releasing Windows 8.1 in 2013, Microsoft was currently dealing with Windows 10 in the background. Such has often held true with all major launches. Continue reading

Microsoft Office 2016 Public Preview is Now Readily Available For Windows PCs

Microsoft Office 2016Microsoft Office 2016 may still be obtaining the finish touches in Redmond, however Microsoft is opening up its productivity suite for public preview. If you’ll recall, some applications were consisted of in previous launches of the Windows 10 Technical Preview and also offered for both IT users and devs. Since 4th May 2015, though, normal users could get a early look and also offer feedback on all the new things – including those upgraded universal applications. This indicates that you’ll gain access to OneDrive attachments in Outlook, real-time co-authoring & retooled apps that learn how you working out to lend a hand. Specifically in Excel, there are updated charts and graphs alongside one-click projecting and even more data evaluating tools. Looking to take it for a spin just before the official launch this fall? Also if you’re not an Office 365 customer, you could snatch a test version here.

Google+ is Launching Pinterest-Style Sharing Board Called Collections

Google+ is Launching Pinterest-Style Sharing Board Called CollectionsThe new Collections tab on Google+ provides a way to share and organize your feeling with other people on the network, It’s like Pinterest. You’re able to create a customized Collection regarding anything that you like (recommendations: Technology, tech., Google Doodles, Video Games, Social Media), complete with pictures, video clips, links and also commentary. Other Google+ users have the ability to follow any kind of Collection set to ‘Public,’ or you can start a personal Collection and also maintain every one of those cute Hello Kitty backpacks & phone cases to on your own. The Collections feature is real-time for many users now, and you should have the ability to discover it in the drop-down tab on the left side of your own Google+ page.

Your Windows 10 Phone is a Small Desktop Computer with Continuum

Your Windows 10 Phone is a Small Desktop ComputerMicrosoft just demoed its 2-in-1 Continuum feature on a Windows 10 phone giving the smart phone the ability to become a really small desktop computer. Continuum adjusts the UI of Windows 10 on a device from desktop to tablet mode based upon just what’s plugged into it. If you connect a keyboard & mouse right into a tablet or phone, it goes into desktop computer mode. When those are unplugged, a pop-up asks about if you would like to go into tablet mode with touch input. Desktop computer mode consists of the Start Menu and also Task-bar you normally connect with a full-size computer. For any person that travels who would like to pare the devices they pack, this is excellent. Corporate Vice President of state of the Operating Systems Group Joe Belfiore did keep in mind that phones would certainly need an hardware equipment upgrade to completely apply the feature.

Microsoft Universal Office Applications to Windows 10 Phone Preview This Month

Microsoft Universal Office Applications to Windows 10Microsoft will soon release Office applications described as ‘Universal’ for smartphones running the Windows 10 preview.

Microsoft presented universal applications for tablets in February with the Windows 10 technical preview, while the Desktop computer IT pro & designer preview for Office 2016 released in March, but now the firm has verified it’s getting ready release the Office universal apps with the Windows 10 preview for phones in April.

When it comes Microsoft Office, Microsoft has actually revealed it is working on Office 2016 apps for Windows 10 desktop computer devices along with touch-optimized Office applications for smartphones. Continue reading

WhatsApp Voice Calling Coming to Windows Phone Soon.

WhatsApp Voice Calling Coming to Windows Phone SoonThe WhatsApp voice calling feature has actually been verified to be in development for the Windows Phone system.

WhatsApp support team in an emailed reply to a Windows Phone user revealed the news and said, ‘WhatsApp Calling for your platform [Windows Phone] is still in the works.’

However, the team really did not define any sort of exact time-frame for the release of WhatsApp voice calling for Windows Phone users. The WhatsApp Support group even more brought in, ‘We could not comment on any type of future release timelines but we appreciate  your interest in WhatsApp Calling.’ The emailed response from WhatsApp was 1st reported by WM Poweruser. Continue reading