In a long-overdue move, Microsoft this week said that it was finally bringing dictation capabilities to its core Office apps.
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Microsoft is adding four major new features to Outlook 2016 for Mac, each of which was a major customer request.
With the release today of the Windows 10 S-based Surface Laptop, Microsoft has brought preview versions of Office 2016 to the Windows Store as well.
Microsoft announced today that it has brought its Immersive Reader experience to Outlook on the web---part of Office 365 commercial---and the OneNote app for Windows 10.
Last week, I tweeted about repeatedly seeing a mysterious and suspicious pop-up command line window on my desktop PC. As it turns out, this is a widespread issue. So here's the fix.
As part of a broader Surface Pro (2017) announcement today, Microsoft also revealed that it is enabling new inking experiences in Office 365, including a new app called Whiteboard.
Microsoft has pushed out a nice update to OneNote on iOS that offers an improved layout that is more in keeping with the look and feel of this app on Windows.
Today, Microsoft unveiled a new sharing interface for OneDrive on Windows and Mac at its SharePoint Virtual Summit.
As part of an ongoing transition from Windows desktop applications to more portable solutions like web apps, I've started focusing on two key apps in my daily workflow. And it's not going all that well.
Several readers have pointed out to me that Windows 10 users on PCs can no longer browse for the Office Mobile apps in Windows Store, though they are still available if you have a direct link. What's going on?
Buried in a set of somewhat confusing announcements last week, Microsoft revealed that it is changing how it supports traditional versions of Office moving forward. Is this the end of Microsoft Office as we know it?
Microsoft today detailed the new features and improvements that it delivered to Office 365 users this month. Key among them are the releases of Outlook Customer Manager and Microsoft To-Do.
In a move that should please its enterprise customers, Microsoft revealed today that it will align the development schedules of its core business products, Windows and Office 365.
Charles Simonyi, the creator of the world's first WYSIWYG word processor and the "Hungarian notation" style of writing programming code, is returning to Microsoft.