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WebView2 Runtime now available for Windows 10

Microsoft announced that the WebView2 runtime is now available on consumer versions of Windows 10 that are not yet fully supported. Recall that Microsoft Edge WebView2 is a control that allows developers to integrate web content into their applications with the ability to use modern Chromium engine technologies. For ordinary users, this news is not …

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Next year, Microsoft will include a bootable SSD in the system requirements for Windows 11 » Community

Next year, Microsoft will include a bootable SSD in the system requirements for Windows 11

When Windows 11 was first announced, many people were taken aback by the strict system requirements for the OS, as processors from AMD and Intel, which were only a couple of generations old, were suddenly unsupported. But with hard drives, everything turned out to be not so strict, although it is in this aspect that …

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Build 2022: Microsoft Store is now open for all Win32 apps » Community

Build 2022: Microsoft Store is now open for all Win32 apps

On the first day of the Build 2022 developer conference, Microsoft announced that from now on, everyone can add their own Win32 application to the Microsoft Store. Until now, such apps have been added to the store on a first-come, first-served basis, and approval has likely been manual. Recall that the new Microsoft Store allows …

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Build 2022: Windows 11 will get support for third-party widgets before the end of the year » Community

Build 2022: Windows 11 will get support for third-party widgets before the end of the year

Widget support from third-party developers will appear in the Windows 11 operating system before the end of this year. Microsoft announced this at the Build 2022 annual developer conference. It is noted that developers will be able to create widgets, including as an addition to Win32 and PWA applications. Recall that now Windows 11 only …

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Build 2022: Microsoft has announced a number of improvements for the Edge browser » Community

Build 2022: Microsoft has announced a number of improvements for the Edge browser

Microsoft announced several improvements to its Chromium-based Edge browser at Build 2022. In particular, the company continues to work on PWA technology on Windows, develops new features for Edge DevTools, and makes WebView2 available for UWP apps (WinUI 2). But first things first. First, let’s talk about improvements for PWA applications. In the near future, …

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Microsoft Teams is now available in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 and 11 » Community

Microsoft Teams is now available in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 and 11

The Microsoft Teams client is now available in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 and Windows 11. Announced by on your Twitter* Mikhail Chernomordikov, Microsoft Store team manager. Note that the information about the appearance of Teams in the app store appeared in the Microsoft 365 roadmap about a month ago. If you’re using Windows …

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Microsoft introduced a line of accessories for people with disabilities » Community

Microsoft introduced a line of accessories for people with disabilities

Microsoft has announced a line of accessories designed to complement or replace conventional keyboards and mice that people with disabilities may have difficulty using. The lineup consists of three different devices: Adaptive Mouse, Adaptive Buttons and Adaptive Hub. The body of the mouse is a small square area that can be attached to the so-called …

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Fortnite is now available on Xbox Cloud Gaming » Community

Fortnite is now available on Xbox Cloud Gaming

Microsoft and Epic Games announced, that from today Fortnite has become available in the Xbox Cloud Gaming cloud service, and absolutely free. Broadcasting Fortnite from the cloud does not require an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, which means that users just need to create a free Microsoft account and go to the site xbox.com/play on …

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Microsoft, Apple and Google intend to implement passwordless authentication on all platforms » Community

Microsoft, Apple and Google intend to implement passwordless authentication on all platforms

  Microsoft, Apple and Google announced about the intention to implement passwordless authentication next year on all mobile, desktop and web platforms that they control. Thus, passwordless login to accounts will soon work in Windows and macOS, as well as in Chrome, Edge and Safari browsers. It is reported that users will be able to …

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Microsoft and Volkswagen are finalizing HoloLens for in-car use » Community

Microsoft and Volkswagen are finalizing HoloLens for in-car use

  Microsoft has announced a new feature called the “Moving Platform” for its HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset, which is being developed in partnership with Volkswagen. This feature addresses a long-standing issue that prevented the headset from being used in mobile environments, confusing the sensors on HoloLens. On his Microsoft blog explainsthat an augmented reality …

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