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Asp.Net Core 3.0: Have a Quick Look into Startup.cs

In this article, we will explore the Startup.cs, the Startup class which is an eminent part of ASP.NET Core 3.0. Most of the applications build with ASP.NET Core contain the startup class. Basically, the startup classes are similar to the Global.asax, which is present in the traditional .NET app. Based on the name of the...

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Review

The Microsoft Surface 3 was a great and one of the best tablet of its time, but now as the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 has got its place, its ruling time is nearly at an end. The new Surface Pro runs cooler and very slightly quicker, too. Because Microsoft has put a slightly larger 12.3inch display...

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Canonical announces support for Ubuntu on Windows Subsystem for Linux 2

Canonical recently announces full support for Ubuntu on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 2. WSL 2 introduces lightweight virtualisation and a Linux kernel which provides the full set of capabilities needed for enterprise certification and support. These changes align Ubuntu on WSL with the Azure and AzureStack capabilities, greatly reducing friction for workflows which start...

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Microsoft release new Windows 10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 1809

Microsoft has released a new Cumulative Update for Windows 10 1809, the October 2018 update to the Release Preview Ring. Cumulative Update KB4490481 takes the OS to build 17763.404, and like most Cumulative Updates to the Release Preview Ring does not come with a changelog. It is, however, likely testing fixes for Patch Tuesday next...

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Microsoft’s new Chromium-powered Edge browser

Microsoft is rebuilding its Edge browser on Chromium. The software maker has been testing versions of this browser internally at Microsoft, and now The Verge has secured an exclusive first look at the early work thanks to a source who wishes to remain anonymous. While the previously leaked screenshots made Edge look very similar to Chrome, Microsoft is adding its...

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Microsoft goes password-less through FIDO2 certification

Microsoft has enabled functionality for sign-on using either a FIDO2 device or biometric tool Windows Hello – thus potentially paving the way to kill off the password. The move will mean users can more seamlessly sign in to a variety of applications, from Outlook, Skype and Office, to OneDrive, Cortana and Xbox Live. Writing in...

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Microsoft launches blockchain development kit

No stranger to blockchain projects, Microsoft today released a blockchain development kit on its Azure cloud platform designed to enable seamless integration of blockchain with Microsoft’s and third-party SaaS offerings. “This kit extends the capabilities of our blockchain developer templates and Azure Blockchain Workbench, which incorporates Azure services for key management, off-chain identity and data, monitoring,...