In this step-by-step tutorial, Kevin Stratvert teaches us how to get and use Microsoft PowerToys.

With Power Toys, use a color picker to get the HEX, RGB, etc. value for any color on your screen, snap windows using Fancy Zones, preview SVG and markdown files in File Explorer, resize images in bulk, rename files in bulk, remap keys and shortcuts, run apps using the PowerToys app launcher, and refer to a Windows key shortcut guide.

PowerToys is free to download and use on Windows 10 PCs.

In this step-by-step tutorial by Kevin Stratvert, learn how to use the NEW Approvals app in Microsoft Teams.

The Approvals app is available as a personal app for all Microsoft Teams users. The Approvals app provides a simple way to bring auditing, compliance, accountability, and workflows to both structured and unstructured Approvals in Teams. Learn how to kick off approvals directly within the Approvals app, from a channel or chat, and from another app or service, such as SharePoint, by using Power Automate.

Kevin Stratvert shows us in this step-by-step tutorial how to use your iPhone or Android Phone as a Microphone for you Windows, Mac, or Linux PC.

Download & install Wo Mic: https://wolicheng.com/womic/Audacity Recorder: https://www.audacityteam.org


Index:

  • 0:00 Introduction
  • 1:13 Install on iPhone or Android
  • 4:33 Install desktop client
  • 4:55 Install virtual microphone driver
  • 6:25 Connect phone with PC
  • 7:41 Test recording using phone as mic
  • 8:38 Using Wo Mic in Zoom
  • 8:57 Using Wo Mic in Teams
  • 9:23 Uninstalling Wo Mic from phone & PC
  • 10:53 Wrap up

Learn how Azure Monitor Application Insights enables you to perform usage analysis to understand which features of your app are most frequently used and if users achieve their goals in your app. It provides visibility into users, sessions, events, and includes out of the box workflows to analyze business funnels, user flows and user retention.  

Learn more about Azure Monitor at: https://aka.ms/MonitoringDocs

Null Byte explains how to Use Android & Raspberry Pi for Local Voice communications.

It can be difficult to communicate off the grid when there’s no infrastructure. That’s also true when you’re in situations where there is no cellular service or reliable Wi-Fi hotspots, such as a convoy of vehicles that want to talk to talk to each other, or protestors around the world where law enforcement cut out the cell signals.

On this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’ll show how you can use a cheap $35 Raspberry Pi with PirateBox to enable Android phones to talk to each other without using any cell towers.  

To learn more, check out the article: https://nulb.app/x6vtu