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Major GeeksDec 10, 2023
Microsoft Edge 121.0.2265.0 Canary / 121.0.2256.2 Dev / 120.0.2210.39 Beta
Microsoft Edge is a free web browser based on the Chromium Open Source project and other Open Source software. A first look video available to watch. Microsoft Edge delivers as we hoped and expected with a clean, simple, friendly web browser that we think many people will now gladly use as their default web browser; something very few people wanted with Internet Explorer. [License: Freeware | Requires: 11|10|8|7|Linux|macOS | Size: 5 MB ]

CNET How ToDec 09, 2023
Final Hours: Get Lifetime Access to Mac and Windows Versions of Office 2019 for Just $30 - CNET
This is your last chance to save $199 on the regular cost of the entire Microsoft Office suite of apps.

EngadgetDec 08, 2023
The FTC is reportedly looking into Microsoft's $13 billion OpenAI investment
OpenAI's recent drama hasn't only caught UK regulators' attention. Bloomberg reported Friday that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is looking into Microsoft's investment in the Sam Altman-led company and whether it violates US antitrust laws. FTC Chair Lina Khan wrote in a New York Times op-ed earlier this year that "the expanding adoption of AI risks further locking in the market dominance of large incumbent technology firms."

Bloomberg's report stresses that the FTC inquiry is preliminary, and the agency hasn't opened a formal investigation. But Khan and company are reportedly "analyzing the situation and assessing what its options are." One complicating factor for regulation is that OpenAI is a non-profit, and transactions involving non-corporate entities aren't required by law to be reported.

In addition, Microsoft's $13 billion investment doesn't technically give it control over OpenAI in the eyes of the law, another factor in determining what action a governmental agency might be able to take. However, the

Microsoft is hiring dozens of ZeniMax QA contractors as unionized employees (Engadget)

PC World Latest NewsDec 08, 2023
Best Windows backup software 2023: Protect your data!

While Apple's Time Machine provides users with an effective, set-it-and-forget-it recovery system, Microsoft users aren't so lucky. Instead, users are stuck deciding the best way to keep their data safe with a patchwork system of restore points, recovery discs, and file backups. Thankfully, a number of great third-party backup options have cropped up in recent years to help solve the woes of Windows users.

Below you'll find a list of our favorite Windows backup clients. These come with easy-to-use and attractive designs as well as a full range of file and image backup capabilities. We've even included a couple free options that are more than worthwhile. Below our picks you can find more info about what to look for in a Windows backup program.

Also, check out PCWorld's roundup of best external drives for recommendations on reliable storage options—an important component in a comprehensive backup strategy. Alternatively, if you'd prefer to keep your data on the cloud or need the flexibility of data storage for different operating systems, then check out our list of best online backup services.

Updated 12/07/2023: Check out our latest review of

PC World Latest NewsDec 05, 2023
Gift Microsoft Office for just $30 this season

Microsoft Office is the world's most ubiquitous office software for good reason. Both Mac and Windows versions include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and Teams — the gold standard business suite that will help anyone unlock their most productive selves. The Windows version also includes Publisher and Access.

Give a practical gift that will go the extra mile this year. Now through 11:59 pm PT on December 10, you can get Microsoft Office for Microsoft Office Home & Business 2019 for Mac or

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