Microsoft enjoyed another quiet week over the past seven days - if quiet weeks are what it is after - although the few stories that surfaced were not generally favourable to the firm.
The regular Patch Tuesday update saw the usual fixes for Windows, including vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, the new Edge browser, Windows Media Centre and Adobe Flash.
Microsoft's latest preview build release for the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone update, meanwhile, removed the WiFi Sense feature that was criticised by many as a potential security hole.
Elsewhere, Microsoft detailed its vision to enable seamless integration between applications running in the cloud and in on-premise infrastructure, and caused consternation among users of the Sunrise mobile calendar app acquired last year by killing it off in favour of Outlook.
Microsoft and Adobe serve up critical fixes for Flash and Internet Explorer
Microsoft and Adobe have released a series of security patches for Adobe Flash, Internet Explorer and Windows as part of the latest round of Patch Tuesday updates.
Microsoft removes controversial WiFi Sense in Windows 10 Build 14342
Microsoft has issued a new build of Windows 10 numbered 14342 for testers on the Fast Ring. The most notable feature in the new update is the removal of the controversial WiFi Sense feature that enabled participants to share WiFi access codes with contacts.
Microsoft details cloud integration and Internet of Things services
Microsoft continues to adapt its offerings to the changing world of IT, detailing this week its approach to delivering integration for enterprise applications across cloud and on-premise infrastructure, and showcasing its expanding Internet of Things capabilities.
Microsoft kills Sunrise as it pushes people towards using Outlook
The Sunrise mobile calendar app, regarded as one of the best for iOS and Android, is going to disappear from app stores "in the next few days" with a full shutdown on 31 August following warnings of its demise last October.
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