Windows 10 with Internet Explorer 11 some website graphic icons are missing

I am Hari from the Browser team sharing some scenarios where web font’s icons are missing when loading web applications using these highly used web HTML font  Icons (“Example: font-awesome, @font-face, graphic shell-icons, GDI fonts”) and share a few informative resources. Here is a list of key words covering the different terms used to describe…


Computer Science in Education: Women and Men Brains

The subject title “Women and Men Brains” sounds like promotional messaging for zombies. =^)   Liz tweeted out this article:   https://www.witi.com/articles/1096/Advice-for-Google:-Don’t-Fire-Men…Convert-Them!/   It states that women and men think differently. Is that even true? You can see that idea in the image: To be honest, there are severe debates about whether this is true,…


Release notes – August 23, 2017

On Wednesday, August 23, 2017, we started deploying a regular service update. We upgrade production service instances in batches, and it usually takes about a week for the rollout to complete. Below is the list of improvements and bug fixes in this release. New functionality Versions and revisions (yay!) give you flexibility in how you manage change and your API lifecycle….


Sync SQL Logins and Jobs

In this post I’ll point you to some options to sync SQL logins and then I’ll demo my favorite option in a video.  If you are using Availability Groups or Mirroring you know you need to sync SQL logins and jobs among replicas.  What are your options to sync SQL Logins and maybe even jobs? …


MXChip IoT DevKit is available for pre-ordering

DevKit is available for pre-ordering During the past two months, we have been keeping sending out preview IoT DevKit for evaluation to a selective group of requestors. And we see increasing demand for the kits from developers around the world, from Canada to Brazil, from Sweden to Sri Lanka. It is amazing and encouraging for…


Part 2: Secure your Logic App using API Management – Access Restriction Policies

This is the second part in the series about securing your Logic Apps. In the previous post, I’ve provided several ways to secure your Logic App at the Trigger Level. In this post, I’m going to show how to secure your App using API Management with Access Restriction Policies. In this series: Secure access to…


No such thing as a Heartbeat Network

This is a blog that has been a long time coming.  From time to time, we get a request about how to configure networking in Failover Clusters.  One of the questions we get is how should the heartbeat network be configured and that is what the focus is on this blog.  I am here to…


Automating Windows as a Service

Bold lines are important. Blue lines are most important. (read with care) TL;DR; at the end – if you need it. Hello together, first of all I need to apologize again for the length of this blog post, but I personally think that the following topics need to stick together to be understood into depth and I…


Introducing the Windows Console Colortool

Last week we announced the exciting news that Windows Console has a new default color scheme, and also promised you that we would release a tool to make it easier to change the console to your desired scheme. The Windows Console team is proud to present the ‘Colortool’ which you can use to apply the…


Genomics and Proteomics with Mixed Reality and Data Science

Guest blog by Navin Ramachandran from Peach UCL/UCLH Student Project Groups Platform for Enhanced Analytics and Computational Healthcare About the MSc Project Team Rachel is passionate about the application of technology to advance health and medicine. She studied Medicinal Chemistry at Trinity College Dublin, before pursuing UCL’s M.Sc Computer Science programme. She was determined to…