Microsoft Monday, which is a weekly column that keeps the industry informed about the latest goings-on in Redmond giant.
This week, Microsoft Monday comes with three major updates, Farewell Microsoft Paint, Welcome GLAS Smart Thermostat, and Time to Bring LinkedIn App For Windows 10 users, along with others like a new partnership with Baidu, and financial outcomes for the fourth quarter and many more things.
Time to Say Goodbye to Microsoft Paint
Microsoft Paint was presented to the world as a part of Windows 1.0 in 1985. And now 32 years later, Microsoft has put the Microsoft Paint in the “removed and deprecated” list for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. There is a possibility of Microsoft Paint to be a part of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, but Microsoft will not keenly update this software. Besides Microsoft has not stated when precisely the Microsoft Paint will stop being a part of Windows.
Microsoft All Set For The Smart Thermostat Game Market
Microsoft has now joined the hands with Johnson Controls, creator of the first electric room thermostat, to bring in a smart thermostat invention for Windows 10 IoT core, titled as GLAS. GLAS has been designed so you won’t have to speak to your phone to regulate the temperature, along with detecting the attendance of users in the room and sense the quality of air inside and outside the doors.
Microsoft Finally Brings LinkedIn App For Windows 10
LinkedIn has brought out an easier to connect app for Windows 10, which displays notifications in the Action Center of Windows 10 Action Center. Microsoft has been handing out the LinkedIn app in a number of stages using the Windows Store. However, the app ought to be completely out towards the end of July. Once the installation is complete, the LinkedIn app could be launched from the Start Menu or pinned to the Task Bar.