Project Spartan: Microsoft's New Web Browser for Windows 10
By SoftGid.com 31 Mar 2015 (692 Reads)
Project Spartan is the new web browser featured in Windows 10. With the latest preview of this operating system, people will get to see the early development of this software. Project Spartan looks very exciting and sleek.
Mac Users Can Now Preview The Microsoft Office Suite 2016
By SoftGid.com 10 Mar 2015 (427 Reads)
Microsoft is expanding its famous Microsoft Office software to other operating systems. After the successful release of Office for mobile users, Microsoft is now ready to make it available to users of Mac.
Microsoft Removes Browser Choice Screen from Windows
By SoftGid.com 19 Jan 2015 (417 Reads)
Microsoft has recently decided to remove the browser ballot screen which allowed European users to choose a different browser for their Windows computers, revealing that its agreement with the EU expired, so the menu is no longer mandatory.
Windows 8 - Critical Comments
By 17 Jan 2015 (389 Reads)
Windows 8, the new official operating system from Microsoft Corporation, has sold over 100 million copies since its release in October. The figures stand in par with its predecessor, Windows 7, during its early months of release.
Windows 8: The Technical Side
By 13 Jan 2015 (381 Reads)
Microsoft's new operating system after Windows 7, Windows 8 has finally been released and sold over 100 million copies in the early months of its sale.
Windows 8 - The Market King
By 13 Jan 2015 (444 Reads)
In accordance with Microsoft, more than 3,78 million consumers promoted to Windows 8 during the weekend after its initiation, which was surprisingly underneath Microsoft`s in-house protuberances and have been portrayed by the firm as..
Try Skype real-time translator
By Skype 23 Dec 2014 (352 Reads)
Microsoft teased Skype's real-time translation abilities several times already but now you can finally try it out.
Microsoft Releases Brand New Update for Windows 10
By 19 Dec 2014 (432 Reads)
Windows 10 Technical Preview won't get any new build until January 2015, but this doesn't necessarily mean that Microsoft stopped fixing bugs and performance issues in the existing builds.