Microsoft has published its latest roadmap for OneDrive, and it has a number of new features on the way, including Dark mode support on the web.
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Last week, I explained how I managed my work-related documents and other files. This week, I’m thinking about something even more important.
Microsoft enthusiasts have had a lot to complain about over the past several years. But it looks like the firm may finally address two of the bigger issues.
My approach to file management has evolved over the years, guided by both my own special form of OCD and by major improvements to cloud-based storage services.
Skype 8.67 is now available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and the web, and it includes one of Teams’ best features: Together Mode.
Microsoft is finally taking steps to use a common architecture and user experiences across all Outlook clients on desktop, web, and mobile.
Microsoft says that its News service has 550 million monthly users and has generated $1 billion in “sustainable” revenue for the industry.
I was fascinated by some of the tips I learned speaking with Microsoft 365 users recently. And I’d like to share one that I heard about repeatedly.
After months of hints that it was rebranding its search service, Microsoft seems to be moving forward with a new brand, Microsoft Bing.
Or the cloud service provider of your choice. With a bit of organization, you can minimize the data you need to sync to each PC you use.
Skype 8.62 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web brings custom backgrounds, up to 12 people in video calls, and other new features.
Microsoft’s decision to kill OneDrive Fetch isn’t a cause for despair: You can achieve this functionality using another OneDrive feature.
Microsoft has announced a big set of new and updated experiences across various Outlook versions related to time management.
A Microsoft support document notes that OneDrive users will no longer be able to Fetch files from their PC after July 31, 2020.
Microsoft today announced a sweeping set of improvements to its OneDrive cloud storage service for consumers and businesses.
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.