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Microsoft announces VR partnership with Meta » Community

Microsoft announces VR partnership with Meta

Last year it looked like Microsoft and Meta (formerly Facebok) would be competing in the metaverse market, but things turned out differently. The companies have partnered to develop a virtual environment for people to work and play together. Microsoft also announced that Meta’s Quest VR headsets will bring all key services, including Teams, Office, Windows, …

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Intel confirms genuine UEFI BIOS source code for Alder Lake processors leaked online » Community

Intel confirms genuine UEFI BIOS source code for Alder Lake processors leaked online

Intel has confirmed that the leaked 12th Gen Intel Core (Alder Lake) UEFI BIOS source code is genuine. The leak includes 5.97 GB of data, including source codes, private keys, changelogs, and compilation tools. The most recent file is dated September 30, 2022. The researchers note that the source code contains many references to Lenovo, …

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Scissors in Windows 11 Build 25211 (Dev) can now automatically save screenshots » Community

Scissors in Windows 11 Build 25211 (Dev) can now automatically save screenshots

Yesterday, Microsoft released a new Windows 11 Insider Build 25211 to the Dev Channel. It brought with it several new features, including improvements to “Widgets”, a link to “Task Manager” in the context menu of the taskbar, and so on. But this is by no means all the changes. Insiders have noticed that Windows 11 …

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Microsoft Updated Games & Apps on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S » Community

Microsoft Updated Games & Apps on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S

Microsoft has started testing the updated Games & Apps section on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles among members of the Xbox Insider program on the Alpha channel. First of all, a horizontal tab interface appeared on the page, designed to separate purchased games from the Xbox Game Pass and EA Play catalogs. By …

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First native build of Visual Studio 2022 for ARM64 released » Community

First native build of Visual Studio 2022 for ARM64 released

At the Build 2022 developer conference, Microsoft announced Snapdragon’s Project Volterra ARM64 devkit, which aims to make it easier to build and test apps for ARM devices. The company wants developers to be able to work in this “open hardware ecosystem” using familiar programming tools and languages, including Visual Studio 2022, .NET 6, .NET Framework, …

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Project Moorcroft will give access to game demos for Xbox Game Pass subscribers » Community

Project Moorcroft will give access to game demos for Xbox Game Pass subscribers

Microsoft is working on Project Moorcroft to give Xbox Game Pass subscribers access to demos of games in development. This project, among other things, is designed to return some excitement and intrigue around various games at exhibitions such as E3. The demos themselves will be limited levels or will be early versions of the games. …

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Windows Terminal 1.13 release and Windows Terminal Preview 1.14 release » Community

Windows Terminal 1.13 release and Windows Terminal Preview 1.14 release

The stable version of Windows Terminal 1.13 has been released, which includes all the features that were available in the preview version. You can read more about the changes in our article. At the same time, there was released a new preliminary version of Windows Terminal Preview 1.14, which is dedicated to fixing bugs and …

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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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