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How to get Microsoft Office for free

Microsoft Office can be expensive: The standalone versions of the software, which are becoming increasingly rare as Microsoft grows Office 365, start around $150 and grow from there. Subscriptions to Office apps start at $7 per month or $70 per year, and quickly grow higher for professional versions of the …

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Microsoft’s Surface business is booming

Microsoft may have struggled with its Surface tablet in the early days of its existence, but news from the computer giant on Thursday suggests subsequent redesigns and new models have finally helped to create something that consumers actually want to buy. According to figures released for its most recent quarter, …

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Microsoft’s Surface business is booming

Microsoft may have struggled with its Surface tablet in the early days of its existence, but news from the computer giant on Thursday suggests subsequent redesigns and new models have finally helped to create something that consumers actually want to buy. According to figures released for its most recent quarter, …

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Microsoft OneDrive UWP App Will Soon Have Offline Files

Living in the fast lane might be dangerous, but it has its advantages, too. If you’re part of Microsoft’s Windows Insider program and happen to reside on the bleeding-edge Fast Ring, you now have access to the offline files feature for Microsoft OneDrive’s Universal Windows Platform app. Although the idea …

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Microsoft OneDrive UWP App Will Soon Have Offline Files

Living in the fast lane might be dangerous, but it has its advantages, too. If you’re part of Microsoft’s Windows Insider program and happen to reside on the bleeding-edge Fast Ring, you now have access to the offline files feature for Microsoft OneDrive’s Universal Windows Platform app. Although the idea …

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It looks like it's over for the Microsoft Band fitness tracker

Microsoft has sold out of its Band 2 activity tracker and has no immediate plans to replace it, the company said this week. The device disappeared from Microsoft’s website on Monday. Later, the computer giant confirmed it was no more, though promised to keep “customer support channels” open. “We have …

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It looks like it's over for the Microsoft Band fitness tracker

Microsoft has sold out of its Band 2 activity tracker and has no immediate plans to replace it, the company said this week. The device disappeared from Microsoft’s website on Monday. Later, the computer giant confirmed it was no more, though promised to keep “customer support channels” open. “We have …

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Microsoft Now Booting Non-compliant Windows Store Apps

There’s nothing more annoying than an online store packed full of unsupported apps. They clog up the search engine when hunting down legitimate updated apps, and may not work correctly due to ignored bugs and/or a lack of optimization. They may even be outdated and long abandoned because the developer moved …

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Microsoft's Azure To Power Connected Nissan, Renault Cars

Car manufacturer Nissan announced during Microsoft’s Ignite 2016 conference that the Renault-Nissan Alliance has teamed up with the Windows 10 company to develop the next generation of connected services for automobiles. These services will be powered by Microsoft’s Azure enterprise-grade cloud computing platform. The two entities seek to provide consumers with a …

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