While Windows does a lot of things well, it doesn’t hold up well on budget machines the way Chrome OS does. This means that if you’re on a limited budget, the best Microsoft experience to be had is on a Chromebook rather than a Windows laptop!
Everyone is talking about WhatsApp, Signal, and Telegram right now, but the messaging apps many of us use the most are probably on our computers, rather than our phones. Slack and Microsoft Teams are how the business world communicates these days, but we don't often think of them as "messaging" apps, do we?
Microsoft Teams can now show more people within calls and meetings on Android devices. The same update also brings support for Cortana in Teams, which allows you to send messages, make calls, and join meetings with your voice.
If you're using a Chromebook for work or school and need to make full use of Microsoft Teams with it, the good news is it's really easy to get going. We'll walk you through two different methods you can use to get Microsoft Teams on your Chromebook.
Google recently announced a sweeping overhaul of G Suite, unifying several of its services to make them simpler to use for workers. On the outside, this move could look like Google is redoubling its efforts to challenge Microsoft Teams and Slack. However, Slack and Teams probably have nothing to worry about for now.
Microsoft is rolling out Teams for personal life in preview to Android and iOS devices. It allows you to sign in to Microsoft Teams with your personal Microsoft account and gives you access to features geared toward everyday life.
Both Zoom and Microsoft Teams are good video conferencing programs with collaboration tools and call-in support. But one does edge out ahead of the other. Read here to learn which one is the better solution and why.
The Android and iOS versions of Microsoft Teams now support live captions on within meetings and group calls. The same update also brings other new features, including viewing shared content when you join a meeting through a cellular call.