Microsoft today announced a sweeping set of improvements to its OneDrive cloud storage service for consumers and businesses.
Recent Microsoft Consumer Services Stories
Back in March, we reported that Microsoft was getting ready to kill off Skype for Windows 10. This week, it’s finally happening.
Microsoft announced today that the Live Presentations feature for PowerPoint that it previously announced is now available on the web.
15 years ago, I headed to Microsoft’s Red West campus to learn about MSN, Microsoft’s effort at the time to adapt to Internet time.
Samsung Access is a new subscription that ties a Galaxy S20 handset to premium support and a Microsoft 365 Personal account.
Microsoft announced today that it has released the Xbox Family Settings app in preview on Android and iOS.
With Teams usage surging and soon adding consumer features and Skype integration, many are wondering about the fate of Skype.
Originally expected in April, the integration of Skype functionality into Teams has now been delayed a second time, to June.
Announced back in March, the Microsoft Family Safety app is now available in limited preview on Android and iOS.
Microsoft’s earnings were greeted with cheers. But what does the data really tell us about the firm’s consumer businesses?
After questions were raised about Zoom’s usage claims during the COVID crisis, the firm quietly edited a blog post that dramatically lowers the number.
Before Microsoft announced that it was rebranding Office 365 for consumers, it provided press and bloggers with this digital briefing.
While we’ll never know why this isn’t just integrated into the OS, Microsoft has finally released a Bing Wallpaper app for Windows 10.
Microsoft seems to be working on a new feature for Outlook that will help users better organize their inbox. Leaked screenshots show off a new feature that will take the idea of the Focused Inbox a step further.
With usage of the insecure Zoom platform skyrocketing, Microsoft is offering up Skype as a safer and just as free alternative.
Microsoft is testing a new dark mode for Bing.com that gives the search engine a much better look for those who prefer a darker interface.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is testing a new logo that's influenced by the company's Fluent Design system. It seems to be A/B testing the new logo with a small portion of users.
Microsoft claims Skype has seen a significant increase in usage recently, with more than 40 million people using the app daily.
Microsoft is launching new consumer-focused features for the Teams app that will make it easier to share passwords, login information, track family members, etc.
Microsoft is combining the best of its services into a single product: Microsoft 365 Life. It includes a new Microsoft Editor, Office 365, Teams for Life, and more.
Cybercriminals are preying on people’s fear during the COVID-19 pandemic to steal sensitive information and spread malware for profit.
It looks like Microsoft is killing its Skype for Windows 10 app and will replace it with the standard desktop Skype app instead.
Microsoft is working on a new integration between Skype and Microsoft Teams that will enable Teams users to communicate with Skype users, and vice-versa.
Microsoft brings the new Fluent Design-inspired look for OneDrive to Android, introduces new dark mode, Recent view, and On This Day feature as part of massive new update.
If you have an Office 365 commercial account, you can use it to sign-in to Windows 10 instead of using a Microsoft account.
It is perhaps not coincidental that the coming Windows 10X user experience mimics that provided by Office via multiple entry-points.
Microsoft is working on a major new Outlook feature called Spaces that helps users organize their emails, Office documents, meetings, and more into different virtual spaces.