Microsoft Build Online is going back to its roots with greater developer focus: Update – Registration no...
Last month Microsoft announced that they have cancelled the physical Build 2020 event, but, like many other companies, would move the event online. Today CNBC revealed what the event would look like. For a start, the event, which ...
With latest update, Edge Collections now a full replacement for Set Aside tabs
Microsoft has been slowly beefing up the Edge Collections feature to be a full replacement for Set Aside tabs, and now with the latest update, that point has finally arrived. We noted last year that with the ability to Reopen all ...
Microsoft officially notifies attendees that in-person Build 2020 is cancelled, publishes refund policy
Yesterday the media reported that Microsoft was cancelling the Build 2020 event, and would be conducting the sessions online. Today Microsoft officially confirmed the news in an email to those who booked tickets and also issued th...
Microsoft cancels in-person Build 2020 in light of the coronavirus outbreak
Microsoft Build 2020 is the latest victim of the coronavirus outbreak. The company was monitoring the situation for a while and since WHO declared the outbreak as a pandemic, the company has now decided to cancel the in-person eve...
Microsoft reconsidering “presence at industry events in the coming months”
Last week, we reported that Microsoft may end up cancelling Build 2020, its annual developer conference. It looks like Microsoft has not yet made the decision. Microsoft has posted the following message in the Build conference web...
Edge Collections now nearly as good as Set Aside tabs
Since adopting the Chromium web engine, Microsoft has been working on bringing back features from the old EdgeHTML Edge browser to the new Chromium browser. One feature was Set Aside tabs, which Microsoft replaced with Collections...
Microsoft IoT Plug and Play service preview now available
During Build developer conference early this year, Microsoft announced IoT Plug and Play, a new open modeling language that allows enterprises to easily connect IoT devices to the cloud. This service solves one of the biggest chal...
Opinion: What are you doing Microsoft? [MS Build 2019 Edition]
Before we begin, it is worth noting that this article is based on the author’s perspective of Build 2019 and it doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of MSPoweruser in general or Microsoft. Microsoft hosted their MS Build ...
Build 2019 Roundup: Windows Terminal, Microsoft Edge and more!
Microsoft held its annual developer conference named Build in 2019 from 6th-8th May 2019 in Seattle, WA. We were there to witness all the major announcements in person and covered them first on MSPoweruser.com. Though this year, B...