Microsoft Teams Adds Beta Support for Apple Silicon Macs

Microsoft has quietly released a beta version of Teams optimized for Apple Silicon Macs. 9to5Mac reported yesterday that the installer for this new version of Teams has been discovered on Microsoft’s website before the company officially announced its availability. If Microsoft’s Office apps for macOS are already optimized for Apple…

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Microsoft Edge Becomes the Second Most Popular Web Browser

Microsoft Edge has now beaten Safari as the second most popular desktop web browser, according to Statcounter. In March, Microsoft Edge had 9.65% desktop marker share, up from 9.61% in February, while Apple’s Safari went from 9.77% to 9.56% in the same time frame. Obviously, Microsoft Edge was poised to…

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Zoom Wants to Spice Up Meetings with New Animal Avatars

Zoom is trying to tackle video meeting fatigue with new 3D animal avatars, which are now available for Zoom meetings and webinars. Once enabled, the new avatars will replace your face in a meeting with a virtual animal that will imitate your face movements and facial expressions, similar to Apple’s…

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Dropbox Adds Native Support for Apple Silicon Macs

Dropbox’s sync client for macOS is now optimized for Apple Silicon Macs. The cloud storage service has been testing native support for Apple Silicon Macs for the past couple of months, and the new sync client finally went out of beta this week. Apple released its first Apple Silicon Macs…

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Microsoft Edge 99 Lands in the Stable Channel

Microsoft Edge 99 has started rolling out in the Stable Channel on Windows, macOS, and Linux. This is the latest major update before Edge and other Chromium-based browsers reach version 100, and there are growing concerns about compatibility problems that could be caused by the shift to a three-digit version…

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OneDrive for macOS is Now Optimized for Apple Silicon Macs

Microsoft’s OneDrive sync client for macOS can is now optimized for Apple Silicon Macs. The long-awaited native client has been available in public preview for a couple of months, but it has now started rolling out for users using the Mac App Store version of OneDrive or the standalone version…

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Microsoft Updates the OneDrive Files On-Demand Experience on macOS

Microsoft has updated its OneDrive sync client for macOS this week to address some complaints regarding the new Files On-Demand experience that was introduced last month. The previous update aimed to better integrate OneDrive with macOS, but some users have been confused by the conflicting icons for locally available files.…

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