Microsoft just announced a bunch of things at Build 2020, here's everything you need to know.
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Microsoft today announced Windows Package Manager at Build 2020, and it’s a new, native package manager that is going to be built into Windows 10.
Microsoft is adding some important new features to Visual Studio's Live Share feature.
Microsoft's latest attempt at unifying the app development experience for Windows 10 is called Project Reunion.
Microsoft today announced at Build 2020 that its holographic computer is coming to new parts of Europe, Scandinavia, and Asia.
Microsoft is adding support for Linux GUI apps to Windows Subsystem for Linux.
The new Windows Terminal has been stable to use for months, but with the release of version 1.0, Microsoft says it’s now available for enterprise use.
Microsoft Lists is the company's new Microsoft 365 app for companies.
Microsoft's new supercomputer, developed for OpenAI, ranks in the top five supercomputers in the world.
At this year’s Build, Microsoft is announcing a major update for Collections in Edge. The company is adding a Pinterest integration into Collections.
As you know, this year’s Microsoft Build 2020 event is virtual and not an in-person conference thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you’re interested in attending Microsoft’s first virtual version of Build, you’ll be able to register later today.
Microsoft's annual developer conference Build falls to coronavirus, will now be held as a digitial event instead.
Microsoft is cancelling this year's MVP Summit due to concerns over coronavirus. The event will now be hosted online.
Microsoft announces the official dates for Build 2020. It's taking place in Seattle between May 19 and May 21.