Will Microsoft Come Out Stronger Than Ever?

Microsoft, perhaps the world's largest company in terms of market value (Over $1 trillion), will be looking to grow out stronger than ever before, following the last 2 months of the global pandemic surging across the world.

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Will Microsoft Come Out Stronger Than Ever?

Microsoft, founded in 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen, has consistently been a global market leader in software development, mobile, PC and licensing products worldwide. It is unsurprising that the tech giant has consistently been included in numerous lists for the top 10 companies worldwide by overall performance. It was at the turn of the millennium, when computer technology was really taking off, when Microsoft established themselves as the leading company worldwide, with software like Windows XP, Windows Vista and soon enough, Windows 8,9 and 10 being made available to computers.


I can guarantee, if you ask anyone in a developed country what Windows is, they will have some knowledge that Windows is what comes as the desktop interface for your computer, and it is absolutely fantastic (Unless you're a Mac fan and like the IOS formats of course!).

Will Microsoft Come Out Stronger Than Ever?  | News IT Block's IT Blog Singapore world tech news
Will Microsoft Come Out Stronger Than Ever?

Microsoft Edge - Edging Out Chrome? (If you pardon the pun)

Will Microsoft Come Out Stronger Than Ever?


Google Chrome, widely considered the default search engine for PC/Mac users worldwide, has been hit with scrutiny as of late. A recent update caused thousands, if not millions, possibly over a billion users, to be told to update their browser immediately with a new security patch.


The new flaw that had been discovered has meant it is possible for hackers to easily access sensitive information through your Google account without having to pass through verification steps. The issue is being referred to as a Remote Code Execution (RCE), and may allow hackers to change the range of controls across your entire PC, as well as running harmful scripts without Google Chrome making you aware or sending verification texts/pop ups.


Since this has come out to the media globally, Microsoft has been ramping up promotions and advertisements wherever it can add them in, this is an attempt to switch over as many internet users as possible, over to their search engine Microsoft Edge. They have been placing ads in Microsoft Outlook, on the Windows 10 search bar, as well as being tapered all over their main website/s.