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Thursday, May 10, 2018

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Thursday, May 3, 2018

Microsoft is rolling out Office 2019 Preview only work on Windows 10

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Microsoft has released Office 2019 preview copies on April 27th, which only run on Windows 10. Office2019 includes the usual Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook client apps, alongside server versions of Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business. The software was primarily designed for organizations that aren’t using the cloud Office 365 versions. People will need to upgrade to Windows 10 if they want the latest version of Office without subscribing to the company’s Office 365 service.




The standalone Office 2019 software will only be supported on Windows 10 and not Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 machines, it's means to push businesses that are holding off on Office 365 into subscriptions. But this won’t affect Office for Mac, which is a separate product with a different release schedule. Microsoft is also changing the support lifecycle for Office 2019, so it will receive 5 years of mainstream support and then “approximately 2 years of extended support”.

New Features of Office2019 including: Outlook supports Office 365 Groups, updated contactor cards, etc.; Excel 2019 supports publishing to Power BI, enhanced PowerPivot and PowerQuery, etc.; PowerPoint 2019 supports management icons, SVG and 3D images; Word 2019 adds Learning tools, descriptions and audio descriptions.


Businesses can sign up to try Office 2019 here.

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Friday, April 27, 2018

Windows 10 Lean is Windows 10 on a diet


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Microsoft is working on a new edition of Windows 10 which internally calls 'Windows 10 Lean'. It could be considered as Windows 10 on diet, once installed, is a whole 2GB's smaller in size compared to a normal edition of Windows 10.



Why is Microsoft building on Windows 10 Lean? Microsoft is facing a problem when it comes to keeping devices with a low amount of storage up to date with the latest Windows10 feature updates. Usually, cheap, low-end tablets and laptops with 16GB of internal storage will find themselves stuck on the version of Windows 10 that those devices shipped with, because there's not enough storage space to apply any new feature updates. It is important for Microsoft to ensure that these devices can install new versions of Windows 10.

Windows 10 Lean aims to fix this problem. For a device with a small of storage, it strips out things users won't need, such as the Registry Editor, Internet Explorer etc. It's still the same old Windows system, just streamlined so that it better fits on devices with smaller internal storage. Windows 10 Lean does not remove support for legacy apps, meaning it still has full Win32 app support if you need it. Other than the differences mentioned above, it's still legacy Windows at the end of the day.

However, Windows 10 Lean is very buggy in the latest Redstone 5 builds, and still in development internally.

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Microsoft is adding a dark mode to File Explorer on Windows 10


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There is a good news for people who like various night modes. With the latest Insider Preview build featuring references to a work-in-progress dark mode, Microsoft is finally adding a dark mode to File Explorer on Windows 10.

Windows 10's dark mode is an awesome feature that allows people to switch most apps and system elements into a darker theme, which is easier on the eyes, and looks awesome. Unfortunately, the dark mode in Windows 10 has been rather inconsistent in where it is applied; when dark mode is enabled you can find it in most system apps, a few third party apps, and a few system elements. However, it was always missing from the File Explorer.



But this problem won't be lasting for long time, because Microsoft is trying to bring support for dark mode to the File Explorer on Windows 10. It's the full, fat, Win32 File Explorer, and it's getting the dark mode treatment. Early References of this new dark mode can be found in the latest Redstone 5 Insider build, but it isn't fully enabled in that branch yet. Microsoft is working on this feature internally.
Once ready, enabling dark mode in File Explorer is done with the system-wide toggle found in the Windows Settings app, which makes all your other apps dark too. The screenshot above is of an early version of dark mode in File Explorer, which maybe change before it's finalized.

Coincidentally, the source code of WebKit shows it seems that Mac OS 10.14 is also going to support the true night mode.

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Sunday, April 22, 2018

Microsoft Rolls out Windows 10 Redstone 4 build 17134 for Insiders


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Microsoft has demoted build 17133 from RTM status internally, which means it has compiled another Redstone 4 build at the last minute that it is hoping will be stable enough to pass the criteria for rollout to the public. That build is now rolling out to Insiders in the Fast ring for testing as build 17134, and includes no new features.



As Build 17133 progressed through the rings, Microsoft discovered some reliability issues they wanted to fix. In certain cases, these reliability issues could have led to a higher percentage of (BSOD) on PCs for example. Instead of creating a Cumulative Update package to service these issues, Microsoft decided to create a new build with the fixes included.

Microsoft says it found reliability issues with build 17133 during testing and an undisclosed blocking bug just a few days before Redstone 4 was supposed to begin official rollout. So Microsoft delays the public release indefinitely, and demote build 17133 from RTM status. Now, build 17134 is Microsoft's next attempt at an RTM build.

Build 17134 is already available on Xbox One, and will soon be available on HoloLens and IoT as well. If build 17134 reaches the necessary criteria, this will be the build that rolls out to the public later this month.

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Version "Postponed" Release


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Microsoft was expected to roll out Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Official Version (RTM) on April 10th but postponed. On April 11th, Microsoft had roll out a cumulative update of Windows 10 RS4 Preview 17133.73, which in fact had confirmed that Build 1733 is a Windows 10 Spring Creators Update Version (RTM). But it will take time before it is rolled out by Microsoft.



Microsoft discovered a blocking bug last weekend, although it was very rare but enough to affect the release and rollout of Windows 10 Spring Creator Update Version until the problem is completely resolved. Microsoft owns an intern testing system which requring every rollout and release of major system versions must passing it. This bug was found in Windows 10 fast, slow, and release previews version.




It is worth noticing that the Windows 10 Build 17133 version will still be RTM, and Microsoft will fix the vulnerability through a cumulative update. By tradition, Microsoft will announce the official name of Windows 10 Version 1803 in advance, but this time Microsoft has remained silence. Perhaps in the near future, Microsoft will announce the official name of Win10 1803 version and the exact date of rollout.

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