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Microsoft Expressive Pixels is an open source release so makers everywhere can realize their own ideas and create. The app’s online community gallery is powered by Microsoft Azure to enable users to share animations. The images created on Expressive Pixels come alive on readily available LED displays from 3rd parties such as Adafruit, Sparkfun, and SiliconSquared, and digital device such as a PC.
Source: Microsoft – Expressive Pixels
It’s only available to enterprise customers with a valid Microsoft 365 ES license, but the app description gives a clear picture of what it’s intended for.
Microsoft makes you really angry? No, you’re not being silly…
Beginning in early 2021, support for Cortana will be ended on Android, iOS, and a couple of small platforms.
Google is positioning this new Windows app support in Chrome OS as a big incentive for enterprises considering switching employees over to Chromebooks.
The new Flight Simulator is also still very much a work in progress, too, even just a few weeks before the scheduled launch date on August 18.
It basically gives you tools to manage screen time use for kids, find out their location, and create a safe digital space for them to move in.
You’ll need a Microsoft 365 account to take advantage of this new feature, assuming you also have an Outlook work account.
Windows File Recovery is a command-line application. And it’s only available from the Microsoft Store.