Microsoft Monday which is a weekly column focuses on all the Microsoft things. The column state of the Window Defender extension for the Google Chrome, the suspension of OneNote 2016 Updates for Windows 10 OneNote app and much more.
According to the VentureBeat’s Emil Protalinski, said that it is showing that Microsoft has run out of Windows Phone device inventory and Protalinski expecting that the company will run out of stocks since six months ago. The two Windows Phone devices which include HP Elite X3 with dock and Alcatel Idol 4S are listed as “ out of stock.” You can buy this phone from Windows store and they run with Android rather than Windows 10.
Microsoft has released a Google Chrome browser extension which is for the Windows Defender anti-virus software. The company claims that the software offers 99 percent against the virus attacks. Microsoft said in a description of the Google Chrome extension that “The Windows Defender Browser Protection extension for Google Chrome allows you to add an additional layer of protection when browsing online, powered by the same trusted intelligence found in Microsoft Edge, the extension alerts you about known malicious links, and gives you a clear path back to safety.”
Microsoft has decided to stop giving updates to OneNote 2016 app for the office 365 in order to provide the Windows 10 OneNote app. The Windows 10 OneNote app will be building Office 2019 and the company is not going to discontinue the OneNote 2016 but it will not add any new feature to it. Microsoft is planning to shift the features from the OneNote 2016 to the Windows 10 OneNote app and the features include the ability to insert and search tags, page templates, and Office file previews.
As per a blog post by the Microsoft, it said “While we’re no longer adding new features to OneNote 2016, it’ll still be there if you need it. OneNote 2016 is optionally available for anyone with Office 365 or Office 2019, but it will no longer be installed by default,”