Microsoft Answers- An Unofficial Tech Support Site Gets Revamp

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Microsoft answers (answers.microsoft.com) is a Q&A site for Microsoft products and services and is maintained by Microsoft itself to help consumers to get their solutions. Microsoft today launched a redesigned site along with some core improvements. Here is the message from Microsoft,

Welcome to the new and improved Microsoft Answers

We’ve redesigned the site to make it easier to use – easier to find answers, ask questions, and connect with other users in the Answers community.

Please take some time to get familiar with our new community award system and read our list of Frequently Asked Questions to learn what’s new.

Note: After the last weekend of February, you will need to enter an email in your Microsoft Answers profile to receive notifications. Click your user name and then click edit your profile.

Finally, please let us know what you think: we value your feedback and suggestions.

Thanks for being part of the Microsoft Answers community!

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Pradeep, a Computer Science & Engineering graduate.

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