Remember back when Microsoft released Windows 8 and people were … less than pleased? Thankfully, Microsoft released Windows 10 in 2015 and has continued to update its versions. The latest version, which was released in May 2020, continues to build upon the improvements of Windows 10.
Microsoft is at the forefront of innovation
The world of IT is a constantly shifting landscape. Technologies and the companies that provide them come and go, but there are few powerhouses quite like Microsoft. This organization has survived crashes and tech bubbles for one main reason: They make quality products. Businesses know this, and it's why Microsoft's wide variety of products and services are used by these institutions on a regular basis...
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In Microsoft SQL Server, you can define remote data sources as "linked servers" and access them in a query using syntax that qualifies the object (e.g., table) name according to where it resides ... e.g., server.database.schema.object. However...
Microsoft has made substantial headway with Windows 10
Microsoft has made substantial headway with Windows 10 since the official release of the operating system in July 2015. In what might just be the most aggressive Windows 10 push to date, Microsoft has begun labeling the OS as a "recommended" update, and not everyone is happy about it.
Microsoft's most recent Windows 10 preview build has been added to the company's already wildly successful OS. Those within the Windows Insiders program are generally pleased with the improvements given through build 10547, as the tech giant has fixed many of the minor hiccups found within the initial release. And although this build is not open to the public just yet, the good feedback most likely means many of these updates will be available very soon.