Annual shareholders meeting set for Dec. 13, 2022 REDMOND, Wash. — Sept. 20, 2022 — Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday announced that its board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.68 per share, reflecting a 6 cent or 10% increase over the previous quarter’s dividend. The dividend is payable Dec. 8, 2022, to shareholders of […]
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We are working hard on improving the diagnostics experience in MSVC and Visual Studio. We began this work in Visual Studio 2022 version 17.3 and while not everything is ready yet, we would like to share the early progress.
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.NET 7 Release Candidate 1 is the first of two release candidates that developers can now use in production. This post recaps major features included in the fastest .NET version to date.
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We are happy to share with you that we have added Dev Container support In Visual Studio 2022 17.4 for C++ projects using CMake Presets.
Containers are a great way to package up everything for running an application. Through a Dockerfile all prerequisites are captured so that there is a consistent runtime environment anywhere the container is deployed and run Dev Containers expand this concept to capture everything necessary for developing and building an application in the container.
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In Visual Studio 2022 17.4 vcpkg environments will now automatically activate. A vcpkg environment is described by a manifest that captures the artifacts necessary for building your application (learn more about vcpkg artifacts). Today the vcpkg artifact experience is focused on embedded developers,
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The Assignments and Grades features in Teams have seen exponential growth in usage as schools around the world have undergone a digital transformation. To better meet the needs of teachers and students, we have recently migrated our backend service to .NET 6.
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C++20 has had a lot to offer and one feature in particular requires the most thought of all when integrating into our projects: C++ modules (or C++ header units in this particular case). In this blog we will show a real world case of integrating a new C++20 feature into a large codebase that we might all be familiar with.
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.NET 7 introduces a plethora of performance improvements for developers including developers targeting Arm64 devices. In this blog I break down everything you need to know about the improvements in .NET 7.
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.NET is now available to install through the Windows Package Manager (Winget). Read all about how what it is, how to install, and more.
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The Microsoft C++ team has an exciting lineup of sessions at CppCon 2022. Many of us will also be present at our team’s booth in the main hall for the first two days of the conference. Come say hi and let us know if you have any questions about our talks,
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Eighty percent of businesses expect to be hybrid – four tips for data security and compliance. Sustainability is the #1 ESG priority for Small and Medium Businesses – how to reduce your carbon footprint. Early adopters of technology grow faster – pract...
Gamers can now begin their adventures in Disney Dreamlight Valley if they’re an Xbox Game Pass member or have purchased a Founder’s Pack Edition for Windo
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In the world of Arm microcontrollers there are many silicon vendors, one of the largest is STMicroelectronics. ST has a large catalog of available devices with many capabilities as well as supporting development boards for evaluating them. They also produce STM32CubeIDE,
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At Microsoft Edge, we’re always thinking of ways to help you make the most of your time online – and often times, this involves multitasking. But, multitasking is hard to do well – you start with writing an email, and then you toggle to another
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If you’ve been curious about foldable Windows 11 PCs, Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Fold provides the screen real estate and viewing experience of a 16-inch laptop that can convert into a su
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Hello Windows Insiders,
Today we are shipping an update for Windows Subsystem for Android™ on Windows 11 to all Windows Insider channels (U.S. and Japan only). This update (version 2207.40000.8.0) will improve general input issues
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Microsoft announced today that it has joined the Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador initiative with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This initiative is NOAA’s successful,
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At IFA 2022, ASUS shared the availability to order its 17.3-inch foldable OLED Intel Evo-certified laptop, a 2-in-1 Windows 11 PC, the IFA 2022: ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED with Windows 11 now available to order appeared first on Windows Blog.
Between Aug. 30 and Sept. 6, Minecraft Marketplace is going back to school and celebrating learning with a host of educational treats, including a free map from Minecraft Education
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Gamers looking forward to Minecraft Legends, the upcoming action strategy game set to expand the Minecraft universe, have a new trailer to feast their eyes upon. Released at gamescom, the "Fi
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The August 2022 release of the vcpkg package manager is available. This blog post summarizes changes from July 25th, 2022 to August 14th, 2022 for the Microsoft/vcpkg and Microsoft/vcpkg-tool GitHub repos.
Some stats for this period:
8 new ports were added to the open-source registry.
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Visual Studio Build Tools (VSBT) can now be used for compiling open-source C++ dependencies from source without requiring a Visual Studio license, even when you are working for an enterprise on a commercial or closed-source project.
This change expands user rights to the Build Tools and does not limit the existing Visual Studio Community license provisions around Open-Source development.
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Last year, Microsoft announced x64 compatibility for Windows 11 on Arm, along with the new Arm64EC ABI, a new way to bring apps to Windows on Arm. With Arm64EC you can mix Arm and x64 code in the same process, allowing you to port existing x64 apps to Arm in an incremental way.
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Unity selects Azure as its cloud partner; companies will work together to enable creators to reach their audiences on Xbox and PC At Microsoft, we have a profound commitment to empowering creators. Throughout the history of Windows, we’ve nurtured deve...
Today I get to announce Windows Package Manager 1.3 has been released. The team has been adding several enhancements to manifests to improve your package installation experience. We’ve enabled better package version reporting. A new setting allows verbose logs to be on by default.
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Our annual partner conference, Microsoft Inspire, just concluded. The conversations I had with Microsoft’s partner community echo those I have had recently with leaders from both established organizations and earlier-stage enterprises. Leaders across i...
Take the battle for galactic supremacy to its ultimate level in Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion – a standalone RT4X game that combines the tactics of real-time strategy with the dept
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As we kick off the virtual gathering for Microsoft Inspire 2022, it’s an ideal time to reflect on the importance of our partner ecosystem. Each year we host an event to celebrate the work our partners do, and to recognize the impact they have across bu...
Governments and public sector customers around the world are looking to accelerate their digital transformation, creating opportunities for social and economic growth and enhancing citizen services. Today, I am excited to announce Microsoft Cloud for S...
Microsoft already had been muddying the waters around how and when it planned to bring new features to Windows. Now it sounds as if quarterly new feature 'Moments' updates between 'major' Windows client releases could become the newest servicing roadmap.
Welcome back to another Windows Terminal release! This release updates Windows Terminal to version 1.14 and includes all of the features from this previous blog post. Additionally, Windows Terminal Preview is getting an update to version 1.15 and will include all the features detailed here.
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