Microsoft Chooses to Use the Windows Insider Preview Instead of Releasing Recall Globally

Recall, a contentious tool for Copilot+ PCs that records every action users do with their computers by taking frequent screenshots, was supposed to be released to the general public, but Microsoft decided against it and will only make it available to Windows Insiders for the Continue Reading

Microsoft is Discontinuing Copilot Pro’s Significant AI Capability

Custom GPT Builder, one of the main draws for customers to purchase Microsoft’s Copilot Pro, is gradually disappearing. According to Microsoft, GPT Builder is being discontinued, and if you purchased it, you must delete all of your data by July 14. Regretfully, Microsoft stated in Continue Reading

Microsoft Purchases More than 700 Acres and Confirms that it Would be Constructing Data Centers in Licking County

It has been almost a year since Microsoft originally purchased land in Licking County, but the tech giant has now acknowledged that it intends to construct data centers there. Microsoft now owns more than 700 acres of land in Licking County after spending over $32 Continue Reading

Microsoft Unveils the Proteus Controller, an Xbox Controller Designed for Players with Impairments

Microsoft unveiled the Proteus Controller on Wednesday. It is a modular video game controller kit that costs $299 and allows Xbox users with impairments to personalize their controllers. The wireless controller, developed by ByoWave as part of the Designed for Xbox initiative, is a set Continue Reading

Microsoft Examines New Features for the Start Menu in Windows 11 Beta

The most recent Windows 11 Beta release (number 22635.3500) includes new account administration, emailing, and widget functions that Microsoft is evaluating. The majority of users will value the new Beta features. Microsoft started testing an account notification system for the Start Menu earlier this year. Continue Reading

National Security Adviser of the UAE, Microsoft has Invested $1.5 Billion in the AI Company G42

Microsoft is putting $1.5 billion into a technology company run by the influential national security adviser of the United Arab Emirates. The company is headquartered in the UAE. The acquisition was announced on Tuesday by Microsoft and G42, a holding company for technology. Brad Smith, Continue Reading

Intel will Produce Chips for Microsoft as Demand is Driven by AI

The US chipmaker Intel has announced that it will produce high-end semiconductors for Microsoft in an effort to compete with TSMC and Samsung in the global supply of the next generation of silicon used in artificial intelligence. Encouraged by geopolitical concerns in Washington on the Continue Reading

Apple’s Vision Pro will Support to Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, and more, at Launch

Later this week, Microsoft will release a suite of its Microsoft 365 apps for Apple’s Vision Pro headset. On February 2, the same day that Apple’s new headset goes on sale in stores, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Loop, and Microsoft Teams will all Continue Reading

Microsoft offers an evaluation tool for Azure Migration designed for.NET apps

AppCAT, an Azure Migrate tool from Microsoft, was released with the goal of helping customers move their on-premises.NET apps to the Azure cloud. Since its launch on January 3, the Azure Migrate application and code assessment tool for.NET, or AppCAT for short, has allowed users Continue Reading