Microsoft is giving the general public access to artificial intelligence training courses that mirror its own internal AI education program.
Microsoft recently unveiled the newest addition to its security arsenal: Project VAST, a tool designed to surface security problems visually.
Version 1803, the designation for the next semiannual channel release for Windows Server, will arrive in the first half of this year, Microsoft said recently.
A new browser-based Remote Desktop Web Client is now available for preview from Microsoft.
Microsoft this week published some Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) open source code on the GitHub repository.
Using these three commands, PowerShell allows you to read and manipulate just about every aspect of your command history.
Microsoft recently added two "next-generation" Azure Monitor alert capabilities -- "metric alerts" and "log alerts."
Recently publicized processor security issues have chip maker AMD scrambling to develop firmware updates.
Both MySQL and PostgreSQL are now generally available on the Azure Database service, Microsoft announced recently.
Microsoft this week officially took the wraps off Windows Server 2019, releasing a preview and announcing a general availability date by year's end.
If you want to group parts of your code for debugging purposes or simple readability, the PowerShell ISE has the answer.
Microsoft is offering security researchers cash rewards in exchange for information on "speculative execution" side-channel CPU vulnerabilities via a new bug bounty program.
Microsoft's Azure Service Fabric platform will be housed at the GitHub code repository in an open development process, the company said last week.
Microsoft last week expanded some Spectre microcode approvals, as well as lifted an anti-virus compatibility check for some Windows 10 version 1709 devices.
The next time you need to wait on a step in your script, don't just add a delay. Instead, use a Wait-Action function to wait just the right amount of time.
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