Having No Computer, This Teacher From Ghana Would Teach Microsoft Word To Students On A Blackboard

A teacher who resorted to using a chalkboard in his computer studies class – because his school in Ghana had no working PCs – has been given a star treatment at an international educators’ conference hosted by Microsoft in Singapore. Richard Appiah Akoto, 33, became a social media sensation after he posted pictures of himself painstakingly sketching out a mock-up of a Microsoft Word screen in colored chalk on his classroom blackboard so his students could learn digital skills even without devices. Continue reading »

Microsoft Will Send This Awesome Looking Windows 95 Sweater To Some Lucky Fans

Microsoft has just unveiled the ultimate item for the Windows fan: a beautiful sweater featuring the old-school Windows 95 logo. If you have yet to follow the Windows Twitter account, hurry up as Microsoft will send a few of these fashion items to some lucky fans via Twitter DMs. Continue reading »

This 87-Year-Old Grandmother Creates Her Beautiful Artworks Using Microsoft Paint

Here are the creations of Concha Garcia Zaera, an 87-year-old grandmother who creates her artworks using Microsoft Paint! In line with the illustrations of artist Patrick Hines, who also uses the famous drawing software from Microsoft, this grandmother decided to spend time drawing colorful creations pixel by pixel, using her mouse! Continue reading »

Guy Sucks At Photoshop, Spends 10 Years Mastering Microsoft Paint To Illustrate His Book

Turns out, sometimes our resistance to learn something new and master a new skill can lead to something pretty amazing. Pat Hines, who couldn’t be bothered to learn Photoshop and illustrated his ebook using good old Microsoft Paint, is the proof. Continue reading »

The Next Microsoft

Designer Andrew Kim re-brands Microsoft in 3 days! Continue reading »

Surface by Microsoft

Microsoft introduces ‘Surface‘, their uber-cool tablet. From touch to type, office to living room, from your screen to the big screen, you can see more, share more, and do more with Surface. Continue reading »

Microsoft Headquarters in Vienna, Austria

Designed by INNOCAD Architektur. Let’s have a tour! Continue reading »