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Microsoft is building its own Chromium based browser, What does that mean for Microsoft Teams?

Credit to windows central for first reporting on this. It’s as yet unconfirmed by Microsoft. Browsers have an “engine” that render the pages. Microsoft wanted to replace the out-dated Internet Explorer with Edge, a new browser with a new rendering engine known as EdgeHTML. Microsoft Edge was designed to be a newer, faster browser. It hasn’t really had a massive uptake compared to the use of...

Microsoft Teams PWA (Progressive Web App) Preview, but for Windows 10 S Mode only?

If you are running Windows 10 in S mode with build 17133 or higher, you can download the Microsoft Teams Preview PWA here: About Progressive Web Apps Progressive Web Apps, PWA’s, seem to be widely regarded as the future of cross platform development, being supported today on chrome, Android and now Windows They are web based, but allow “app-like” UX integrations for things like installation and...

Hide the “Get Windows 10 Tray Icon” with PowerShell

  If you have a windows 7 machine that isn’t going to be upgraded for whatever reason, the tray icon is quite annoying. It comes down as a windows update (KB3035583), you can uninstall it, but it might queue up again to be installed. If you want to just hide it, you can set the following registry keys via PowerShell and reboot New-Item -Path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows -Name...

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