A new channel-release preview of Windows Server build 17639 released this week includes two new features: a so-called "Storage Migration Service" and improvements to the Storage Replica feature.
A new user interface for carrying out Azure Active Directory logins will take effect in June, Microsoft announced this month.
Microsoft recently gave an overview of how to set up Hybrid Cloud Print, a Windows Server 2016 feature that can tap Azure Active Directory to enable printing for bring-your-own-device Windows 10 clients and domain-joined Windows 10 clients.
The '90s-era File Manager that first debuted in Windows 3.0 can now be used on Windows 10 as an open source Visual Studio solution.
Intel's guidance publication for April indicates that it isn't planning to release microcode updates for some of its processors to prevent Spectre attack methods.
A new Web service that publishes network data endpoints that are used to connect to Office 365 services is now in preview.
For those times when converting Excel files to .CSV just doesn't make sense.
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.
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