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What’s New for You in Windows 10

By The Windows Team

Yesterday we released our first major update to Windows Terry Myerson shared details on the release in his blog and today we thought we’d package up ten great new consumer features for you to try once you install the November… Read more

Windows at Build 2013

By Brandon LeBlanc

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer just kicked off Build 2013 this morning in San Francisco by announcing the availability of the Windows Steve talked about how Windows is a “refined blend” of the desktop experience and modern experience with the Start… Read more

How to see your Google Calendar events in Windows 8

By Brandon LeBlanc

As mentioned in my previous post, Google announced their decision to end support for Exchange ActiveSync (EAS). As a result, the updated Calendar app no longer has full sync support for Google Calendar However, there is still a way to… Read more

The Mail, Calendar and People apps are getting better!

By Brandon LeBlanc

Starting tomorrow, you will be able to download an update for the Mail, Calendar, and People apps from the Windows These apps are designed to manage communication seamlessly on Windows PCs and tablets across multiple accounts—, Exchange, and We know… Read more

Syncing Google services with Windows 8 and Windows RT

By Brandon LeBlanc

After January 30th, 2013 – Google will no longer support new Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) connections from Windows PCs and tablets to sync your email, calendar and contacts from If you've already connected your Google account to your PC running Windows… Read more

Update for Windows Live Essentials 2011 now available

By Steven Abrahams

Today, we released an update for Windows Live Essentials 2011 in all 48 This minor release includes numerous updates across all of the programs in the Essential package, including Windows Live Messenger, Mail, Photo Gallery, Movie Maker, Family Safety, Writer,… Read more