Microsoft didn't have much to say about Windows 10 at Build 2019, and the biggest announcements that touch Windows were, in fact, cloud services accessible through the desktop OS. What does that mean for the future of Windows 10?
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Tired of physically tapping out new phone numbers? Adobe Scan will now convert snapshots of business cards into new phone contacts using artificial intelligence. The update also comes with new Adobe-powered PDF tools inside Microsoft 365.
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Microsoft didn't talk much about Windows at Build 2018, but it did talk about two specific features -- Timeline, and Sets. They build upon 'activities,' a new form of multi-tasking that will change how you use the operating system.
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Microsoft 365 is a new cloud-based initiative at Microsoft to bring its platforms to as many devices as possible, regardless of what company makes it. The good news? That's always a good thing for us.
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Windows 10 is coming to your smartphone, but it's not what you think! Microsoft is bringing some fun parts of Windows 10 to Android and iOS, including the Timeline feature and the new Your Phone app.
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