Microsoft

How to Use Windows Package Manager

by Russell Smith

Microsoft recently announced at Build 2020 that it is working on a native open-source package manager for Windows. Due to hit general availability in May 2021, Windows Package Manager is now accessible on GitHub and for Windows Insiders in preview. In this article, I will show you how to use Windows Package Manager (WPM) to… Read More

Teams/Skype Interoperability has Been Delayed

by Brad Sams

One of the big feature updates coming to Teams that many have been waiting for is the ability to chat with Skype contacts inside the Teams application. Microsoft stated that this feature would be available by the end of April but that timeline has come and gone. The company has posted a new message to its admin center and… Read More

Surface Book 3: Unboxing and Hands-On

by Brad Sams

This week, Microsoft has made available several Surface devices, like the brand new Surface Go 2. But arriving at my office today, is the other end of the spectrum, the Surface Book 3. The Book series from Microsoft is a high-end device that is designed for creative and other professionals who need workstation-class hardware in a… Read More

Teams Custom Backgrounds Arrive In May

by Brad Sams

Microsoft’s Teams has quickly found itself at the center of the work-from-home conversation that has kicked up during the past month. The company reported that they added 12 million new users in a week last month and coming next month, they will roll out a highly requested feature.