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Microsoft Now Lets You Build a Free Website with Just Your Facebook Page

There’s no shortage of site builders for those looking to create their own websites today but they usually somewhat limited free plans or simply lock all their features behind a monthly subscription...

Microsoft Introduces Kids Mode in its Edge Browser

Microsoft has introduced a Kids Mode in its Edge browser to help parents keep their children safe online. “Kids Mode is a convenient browsing mode inside Microsoft Edge that’s designed for kids. With...

Microsoft Brings its New Office App to iPad

Microsoft had released a unified app for Office, which combined PowerPoint, Word, Excel and OneNote in a single app, on iPhones back in February last year. Now, nearly a year later, the...

Microsoft Finally Adds Support for Blurred Backgrounds on Skype for Android

While online meetings were previously reserved for communicating with long-distance colleagues and clients, the pandemic has made sure they are now the norm for intra-team communication as well. Skype, one of the...

Microsoft Brings New Features to Teams to Make Your Meetings Less Boring

Microsoft, over the span of this year, has rolled out a host of features on its video conferencing platform, Teams, that have made it easier for its users to communicate with one...

Microsoft Introduces Free 24-Hours Video Calling Option

In a bid to take on the rising popularity of video-conferencing platform Zoom, Microsoft Teams has introduced 24 hours long free video calls. According to The Verge, desktop and web users will now be...

Microsoft in Collaboration with Sindh Govt organizes “Education Days” focusing on the Modern Digital Classroom Technology

Microsoft in collaboration with Sindh Government have organized an event dubbed ‘Education Days’. The event will focus on Microsoft Digital Classroom Technology and aims to expose school leaders, teachers & students to...

Stop Using Your Phone as a Security Device, says Microsoft

If you thought two-factor authentication (2FA) was great, Microsoft thinks otherwise. The company has been asking individuals to stop using 2FA tools that use SMS and voice calls instead of more secure...
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