Microsoft Tech Community – September 27 2019 Weekly Roundup

Check out the latest Microsoft Tech community weekly roundup. A lot of exciting new features, Windows 10 Insider builds now can be managed by SCCM, new features added to Workplace Analytics, viewing of CAD drawings in OneDrive, and many more… *Cover Image by Dennis Larsen from Pixabay Advertisements

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4 topnotch teamwork tips for Microsoft Teams plus SharePoint

When people work together and get things done – there is less confusion between team members and the content they create. This is the design goal behind Microsoft Teams – the hub for teamwork – and the reason why SharePoint is deeply integrated to provide great content experiences and services within the same user interface. […]

Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18362.10022 (19H2)

Hello Windows Insiders! Today we are releasing 19H2 Build 18362.10022 to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring. This build includes the improvements and fixes from KB4515384 as well as general improvements to the overall quality of 19H2. Source: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18362.10022 (19H2)

The first impression of Microsoft Edge Insider, Beta Channel

For the past few weeks, I’ve decided to become a Microsoft Edge Insider. It just makes sense for me, since I’m already a Windows 10 Insider. My first impression of the new upcoming Microsoft Edge is WOW, AMAZING, SO FAST!!!!! How does one be part of the Microsoft Edge Insider group? You just go to […]

Collaborate with Microsoft Office for the Web

For the past weeks here lately, my focus has been a lot on the Microsoft Office for the Web. You might say, I already have Microsoft Office installed on your machine, why use Office for the Web? Well, it is Free’ to use, so why not! Now, I have been around since the @hotmail.com days. […]

Namehero.com, your new hero for web hosting!

I would have to admit; when I first started in finding a web hosting provider to host my blog/website, davisdre.com, I used GoDaddy. They have a lot of useful tools, customer support, and great online community, which i participated in as well. Over time I notice a lack of performance for the most part. Note, […]

My conversion to Windows Insider Program

Windows Insider Program screenshot   I’ve been a fan of testing/piloting new applications for products that I use, so this last week I’ve decided to add my personal computer to the Windows Insider program. It was a straightforward process. Just open Windows Insider settings (Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Insider Program). Then […]