Being a professional software developers takes more than using the right tools.
Delivering rich, delightful experiences to our customers continues to be a top priority for our Excel team. A few weeks ago, we shared how to easily format your data with color and style, and more. Today, we bring you a set of new features and improvements to help you better analyze your data, specifically:
Google announced today that it is rolling out six new features for the 3+ billion devices out in the world running on Android.
The more I dive into Windows 11, the more it’s obvious that this is literally just Windows 10 with a fresh coat of paint. At least for now.
When Windows 11 leaked earlier today, I did what any self-respecting technology enthusiast would do: I installed it on the PC I use every single day. But once that was complete, I needed to try a few other installs: Another upgrade, this time on an Evo-class laptop, and a clean install in a virtual machine. Both installs have been, in their own ways, instructive. And they’re not even done yet.
There are already several unofficial workarounds.
With Windows 11, Microsoft has updated the Out Of Box Experience (OOBE) UI shown when you perform a clean install of the system. Here’s what it looks like.
The new Windows 11 operating system, in its entirety, has leaked online.
A leaked build of what appears to be “Windows 11” is circulating. The shell looks a lot like the one that was part of Microsoft’s cancelled Windows 10X variant.
Today we are very thrilled to announce the general availability (GA) of Power Apps component framework for canvas apps. This release marks a significant milestone for Power Apps as we achieve GA status on both model-driven and canvas apps. First-party use cases, combined with deeply engaged community whom we are very thankful for working very closely with us, makes this a truly customer-driven release.