Microsoft news recap: Firefox tests Bing as default search engine, Xbox gets new Microsoft Edge, and more

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Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!

September Xbox update brings Microsoft’s new Edge browser on Xbox consoles

Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles have received a new update this week. The September Xbox update brings across Microsoft’s new Edge browser, bringing support for sync, mouse support, and more.

Microsoft Edge Logo

Microsoft’s Surface Duo 2 announced, now with upgraded camera, NFC, and more

The latest Surface Duo device has been announced, with no surprise in its name, the Surface Duo 2. The second iteration looks to address most issues that beset its predecessor, bringing NFC support, an improved camera as well as a fingerprint sensor integrated into the power button.

OneDrive for Business will soon make it easier to find files and access primary commands

The command bar in OneDrive for Business is set to receive an update that aims to make it easier to locate files and access important commands. The visual change aims to reduce clutter to make it a more simplified experience.

Onedrive for business will soon make it easier to find files and access primary commands - onmsft. Com - september 21, 2021

Mozilla experiments with using Bing as Firefox’s default search engine

Mozilla has begun experimenting with setting Microsoft’s Bing search engine as the default search engine in its Firefox web browser. This could show signs of Mozilla’s plans for when its deal with Google ends in 2023.

Firefox studies

That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Microsoft news.