Microsoft

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Microsoft is one of the largest technology corporations founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. It headquarters in Washington while also having offices in more than 60 countries all around the world. The company focuses on manufacturing and developing computer software, hardware, cloud services, and mobile systems. The most widely known Microsoft products are its Windows operating system, the Microsoft Office suite, Internet Explorer, Xbox game consoles, and Microsoft Surface personal computers.
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Handy Tips: How to Quickly Resize Multiple Images on Windows 10

If you need to quickly resize a number of images, you can use Microsoft PowerToys to do so directly from File Explorer. The resized images will then be available in the same folder as the original ones. You can do this with as many images as you want.

Microsoft Buys a Speech Recognition Tech Company for $16 Billion

The developments of the American company Nuance are used in Apple's Siri voice assistant. In addition, the company produces software for various sectors of the economy, from healthcare to the automotive industry.
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Microsoft Ends Support for Its Cortana Voice Assistant on iOS and Android

Cortana's reminders, lists, and tasks also sync automatically with Microsoft To Do, a free download to your phone. The Cortana app has already been removed from the App Store and Google Play Store.

Microsoft Could Reportedly Acquire Discord for Over $10 Billion

Discord has had similar negotiations with Epic Games and Amazon in the past, but they had led nowhere, so it's unclear if an agreement with Microsoft will be reached.

Bill Gates Answered How He Changed His Life to Reduce His Carbon Footprint

Bill Gates drives electric cars, uses solar panels in his house, and sometimes eats synthetic meat to reduce his carbon footprint. Besides, he buys biofuels and is also investing in companies that are developing alternative heating systems for homes.
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More Than 60 Thousand Organizations Were Hacked Due to Microsoft Software Vulnerability

Due to a vulnerability in Microsoft's Exchange Server software, hackers managed to attack more than 60,000 companies and organizations in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The incident has already been called a cybersecurity threat.

Microsoft Will Give Employees $1,200 to Protect Them From Burnout

Microsoft launched its well-being program called Perks Plus to combat remote employee burnout. It continues the company's previous project called Stay Fit, in which employees were given $800 per year for health and fitness purchases.

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