Microsoft Teams has released its corporate messenger Microsoft Thames as a public display for Linux users and can now be downloaded.
Currently this access is public preview and can be downloaded now. According to Redmonds, this preview allows open source communities and educational institutions to experience high quality collaboration through Thames’s built-in capabilities such as call and chat and file sharing.
Microsoft download packages in deb formats. And rpm. They are available, and according to Microsoft, all of Thames’ core capabilities will be applicable to Linux users.
Microsoft said in a blog post: “Microsoft Thames is the first Office Client to come with Linux systems.” Also, Microsoft says one may come to Linux as demanded by Linux. One Microsoft spokesman asked, “Will mainstream Office applications like Excel, Word, and PowerPoint also come to Linux?” Which he declined to comment on. A number of customers have asked Redmond to make Office 3 available to Linux.
In the past few months, some Microsoft clients have been partnering with Thames for Linux in a private preview. Microsoft officials in early September explicitly acknowledged that the company is working on a Thames client for Linux.
Microsoft Thames is technically free, but the free version has limited features compared to the paid version. For example, the free version has 2GB of storage per user and 1GB of shared storage, and features such as session recording and scheduling are not available.
How to get fullscreen sites without any plugins
Google Chrome and Microsoft have many hidden features, one of which is to store a full screenshot of a website without the need for any plugins.
There is a feature in Google Chrome and Microsoft Ed Chrome that allows you to take a full screenshot or scrolling screenshot without the need for any plugins.
How to get fullscreen on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge Screenshots
Open Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge Chrome from the top right-hand corner of the three dots … Click and then select More Tools. Now go to the Developer Tools option. You can use Ctrl + Shift + I in Windows or Command + Shift + I in Mac for convenience.
Now in the right pane of three dots … then select Run Command. You can use Ctrl + Shift + P on Windows and Command + Shift + P on Mac for convenience and speed.
Now a page will open for you to type in the screenshot at the command prompt and then select Capture full-size screenshot from the options that appear.
If the screenshot is not saved automatically, a window will be opened to save the photo.