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Exam Specification:

- exam Name: MO-100 Microsoft Word (Word and Word 2019)
- exam Code: MO-100
- exam Duration: 90 minutes
- exam Format: Multiple-choice and performance-based questions
- Passing Score: 700 out of 1000

Course Outline:

1. Creating and Formatting Content
- Creating and managing documents
- Formatting text, paragraphs, and sections
- Managing styles and templates

2. Managing Documents
- Inserting and formatting graphical elements
- Managing page layout and design
- Reviewing and sharing documents

3. Customizing Word Environment
- Customizing options and settings
- Configuring document security and privacy
- Automating tasks with macros

4. Working with Tables and References
- Creating and formatting tables
- Inserting and managing references and citations
- Using bookmarks, hyperlinks, and cross-references

5. Managing Document Collaboration
- Collaborating on documents using comments and track changes
- Managing document versions and co-authoring
- Protecting and sharing documents

Exam Objectives:

1. Create and format content in Word documents.
2. Manage documents by inserting graphical elements, managing page layout, and reviewing documents.
3. Customize the Word environment by configuring options, settings, and automating tasks.
4. Work with tables and references, including creating and formatting tables and managing references.
5. Manage document collaboration by using comments, track changes, and protecting and sharing documents.

Exam Syllabus:

The exam syllabus covers the following Topics (but is not limited to):

- Creating and formatting content
- Managing documents
- Customizing Word environment
- Working with tables and references
- Managing document collaboration
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Question: 30
SIMULATION
Project 1 of 7: Observation
Overview
You are a member of the Barstow College Observation Project committee. You are preparing the initial summary
report for this years count, but have not received all of the data you need to complete the report.
Introduction
The multi-departmental Wildlife Observation Project has completed its wildlife population counts for this year. The
counts were made between May 5 and May 7 for both the wilderness and cultivated land areas. This is in line with the
count periods for all previous years. The species used for the counts have been identified as common for the region
(central Missouri) in which the counts were taken. (Author, 2009)
As in previous years, five observation blinds were set up two weeks before the counts were to take place. Counters
worked eight-hour shifts providing 24-hour coverage of the count areas for two days. Weather for both observation
days was clear and mild (varying between 50-70 degrees F).
The results presented here are summary total results only, which counts from five and ten years ago provided for
comparison. Detailed observation results will be available as soon as they are completed. We estimate that they will be
available some time in the next two weeks.
Wilderness Summary
The wilderness observation area is a five-acre section of unimproved forest land. The most common trees in the area
are maple, red oak, cedar, sweet gum, and hickory. The area also includes a small spring. The area is not enclosed by a
fence or other man-made barrier.
The area is located eight miles from the nearest paved road and twelve miles from the nearest residence. Offroad
vehicles were used to bring counters close to, but not entering, the count area. The nearest approach by off-road
vehicles was one mile.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Though further research any analysis is needed, the drop in mourning dove and bobwhite quail counts could be
significant. The detailed count data shows these numbers failing off each year.
Cultivated Land Summary
The cultivated land observation area is a five-acre section of cultivated land near the center of a 50-acre field. The
field is used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, and clover, with the crop rotated annually. In the fifth year of the cycle,
the field is left fallow.
The area is located two miles from the nearest paved road and one mile from the nearest residence. A storage barn is
located at the southern border of the field.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Additional Notes
This project was initially scheduled to run for ten years, so we are currently in our last year. The committee needs to
decide if it is worth the time and expense to continue the project. The landowners have experience that they would be
happy to let us continue. Costs relating to the project is minimal and it does provide an opportunity to offer extra credit
to students volunteering as counters.
A suggestion has been made by some committee members that we should increase the count frequency, counting on a
quarterly schedule instead of an annual schedule. This would need to be coordinated with the owner of the cultivated
field so that we do not interfere with planting or harvesting schedules.
Special Thanks
Once again, we would like to offer special thanks to:
We couldnt do this without you.
Modify the citation source to change the Year to 2001.
Answer:
Question: 31
SIMULATION
Project 1 of 7: Observation
Overview
You are a member of the Barstow College Observation Project committee. You are preparing the initial summary
report for this years count, but have not received all of the data you need to complete the report.
Introduction
The multi-departmental Wildlife Observation Project has completed its wildlife population counts for this year. The
counts were made between May 5 and May 7 for both the wilderness and cultivated land areas. This is in line with the
count periods for all previous years. The species used for the counts have been identified as common for the region
(central Missouri) in which the counts were taken. (Author, 2009)
As in previous years, five observation blinds were set up two weeks before the counts were to take place. Counters
worked eight-hour shifts providing 24-hour coverage of the count areas for two days. Weather for both observation
days was clear and mild (varying between 50-70 degrees F).
The results presented here are summary total results only, which counts from five and ten years ago provided for
comparison. Detailed observation results will be available as soon as they are completed. We estimate that they will be
available some time in the next two weeks.
Wilderness Summary
The wilderness observation area is a five-acre section of unimproved forest land. The most common trees in the area
are maple, red oak, cedar, sweet gum, and hickory. The area also includes a small spring. The area is not enclosed by a
fence or other man-made barrier. The area is located eight miles from the nearest paved road and twelve miles from
the nearest residence. Offroad vehicles were used to bring counters close to, but not entering, the count area. The
nearest approach by off-road vehicles was one mile.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Though further research any analysis is needed, the drop in mourning dove and bobwhite quail counts could be
significant. The detailed count data shows these numbers failing off each year.
Cultivated Land Summary
The cultivated land observation area is a five-acre section of cultivated land near the center of a 50-acre field. The
field is used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, and clover, with the crop rotated annually. In the fifth year of the cycle,
the field is left fallow.
The area is located two miles from the nearest paved road and one mile from the nearest residence. A storage barn is
located at the southern border of the field.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Additional Notes
This project was initially scheduled to run for ten years, so we are currently in our last year. The committee needs to
decide if it is worth the time and expense to continue the project. The landowners have experience that they would be
happy to let us continue. Costs relating to the project is minimal and it does provide an opportunity to offer extra credit
to students volunteering as counters.
A suggestion has been made by some committee members that we should increase the count frequency, counting on a
quarterly schedule instead of an annual schedule. This would need to be coordinated with the owner of the cultivated
field so that we do not interfere with planting or harvesting schedules.
Special Thanks
Once again, we would like to offer special thanks to:
We couldnt do this without you.
Add a table with eight rows and four columns in the Cultivated Land Summary section, below the text The table
below lists the summary counts.
Answer:
Question: 32
SIMULATION
Project 1 of 7: Observation
Overview
You are a member of the Barstow College Observation Project committee. You are preparing the initial summary
report for this years count, but have not received all of the data you need to complete the report.
Introduction
The multi-departmental Wildlife Observation Project has completed its wildlife population counts for this year. The
counts were made between May 5 and May 7 for both the wilderness and cultivated land areas. This is in line with the
count periods for all previous years. The species used for the counts have been identified as common for the region
(central Missouri) in which the counts were taken. (Author, 2009)
As in previous years, five observation blinds were set up two weeks before the counts were to take place. Counters
worked eight-hour shifts providing 24-hour coverage of the count areas for two days. Weather for both observation
days was clear and mild (varying between 50-70 degrees F).
The results presented here are summary total results only, which counts from five and ten years ago provided for
comparison. Detailed observation results will be available as soon as they are completed. We estimate that they will be
available some time in the next two weeks.
Wilderness Summary
The wilderness observation area is a five-acre section of unimproved forest land. The most common trees in the area
are maple, red oak, cedar, sweet gum, and hickory. The area also includes a small spring. The area is not enclosed by a
fence or other man-made barrier. The area is located eight miles from the nearest paved road and twelve miles from
the nearest residence. Offroad vehicles were used to bring counters close to, but not entering, the count area. The
nearest approach by off-road vehicles was one mile.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Though further research any analysis is needed, the drop in mourning dove and bobwhite quail counts could be
significant. The detailed count data shows these numbers failing off each year.
Cultivated Land Summary
The cultivated land observation area is a five-acre section of cultivated land near the center of a 50-acre field. The
field is used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, and clover, with the crop rotated annually. In the fifth year of the cycle,
the field is left fallow.
The area is located two miles from the nearest paved road and one mile from the nearest residence. A storage barn is
located at the southern border of the field.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Additional Notes
This project was initially scheduled to run for ten years, so we are currently in our last year. The committee needs to
decide if it is worth the time and expense to continue the project. The landowners have experience that they would be
happy to let us continue. Costs relating to the project is minimal and it does provide an opportunity to offer extra credit
to students volunteering as counters.
A suggestion has been made by some committee members that we should increase the count frequency, counting on a
quarterly schedule instead of an annual schedule. This would need to be coordinated with the owner of the cultivated
field so that we do not interfere with planting or harvesting schedules.
Special Thanks
Once again, we would like to offer special thanks to:
We couldnt do this without you.
Add a table with eight rows and four columns in the Cultivated Land Summary section, below the text The table
below lists the summary counts.
Answer:
Question: 33
SIMULATION
Project 1 of 7: Observation
Overview
You are a member of the Barstow College Observation Project committee. You are preparing the initial summary
report for this years count, but have not received all of the data you need to complete the report.
Introduction
The multi-departmental Wildlife Observation Project has completed its wildlife population counts for this year. The
counts were made between May 5 and May 7 for both the wilderness and cultivated land areas. This is in line with the
count periods for all previous years. The species used for the counts have been identified as common for the region
(central Missouri) in which the counts were taken. (Author, 2009)
As in previous years, five observation blinds were set up two weeks before the counts were to take place. Counters
worked eight-hour shifts providing 24-hour coverage of the count areas for two days. Weather for both observation
days was clear and mild (varying between 50-70 degrees F).
The results presented here are summary total results only, which counts from five and ten years ago provided for
comparison. Detailed observation results will be available as soon as they are completed. We estimate that they will be
available some time in the next two weeks.
Wilderness Summary
The wilderness observation area is a five-acre section of unimproved forest land. The most common trees in the area
are maple, red oak, cedar, sweet gum, and hickory. The area also includes a small spring. The area is not enclosed by a
fence or other man-made barrier. The area is located eight miles from the nearest paved road and twelve miles from
the nearest residence. Offroad vehicles were used to bring counters close to, but not entering, the count area. The
nearest approach by off-road vehicles was one mile.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Though further research any analysis is needed, the drop in mourning dove and bobwhite quail counts could be
significant. The detailed count data shows these numbers failing off each year.
Cultivated Land Summary
The cultivated land observation area is a five-acre section of cultivated land near the center of a 50-acre field. The
field is used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, and clover, with the crop rotated annually. In the fifth year of the cycle,
the field is left fallow.
The area is located two miles from the nearest paved road and one mile from the nearest residence. A storage barn is
located at the southern border of the field.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Additional Notes
This project was initially scheduled to run for ten years, so we are currently in our last year. The committee needs to
decide if it is worth the time and expense to continue the project. The landowners have experience that they would be
happy to let us continue. Costs relating to the project is minimal and it does provide an opportunity to offer extra credit
to students volunteering as counters.
A suggestion has been made by some committee members that we should increase the count frequency, counting on a
quarterly schedule instead of an annual schedule. This would need to be coordinated with the owner of the cultivated
field so that we do not interfere with planting or harvesting schedules.
Special Thanks
Once again, we would like to offer special thanks to:
We couldnt do this without you.
Add a table with eight rows and four columns in the Cultivated Land Summary section, below the text The table
below lists the summary counts.
Answer:
Question: 34
SIMULATION
Project 1 of 7: Observation
Overview
You are a member of the Barstow College Observation Project committee. You are preparing the initial summary
report for this years count, but have not received all of the data you need to complete the report.
Introduction
The multi-departmental Wildlife Observation Project has completed its wildlife population counts for this year. The
counts were made between May 5 and May 7 for both the wilderness and cultivated land areas. This is in line with the
count periods for all previous years. The species used for the counts have been identified as common for the region
(central Missouri) in which the counts were taken. (Author, 2009)
As in previous years, five observation blinds were set up two weeks before the counts were to take place. Counters
worked eight-hour shifts providing 24-hour coverage of the count areas for two days. Weather for both observation
days was clear and mild (varying between 50-70 degrees F).
The results presented here are summary total results only, which counts from five and ten years ago provided for
comparison. Detailed observation results will be available as soon as they are completed. We estimate that they will be
available some time in the next two weeks.
Wilderness Summary
The wilderness observation area is a five-acre section of unimproved forest land. The most common trees in the area
are maple, red oak, cedar, sweet gum, and hickory. The area also includes a small spring. The area is not enclosed by a
fence or other man-made barrier.
The area is located eight miles from the nearest paved road and twelve miles from the nearest residence. Offroad
vehicles were used to bring counters close to, but not entering, the count area. The nearest approach by off-road
vehicles was one mile.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Though further research any analysis is needed, the drop in mourning dove and bobwhite quail counts could be
significant. The detailed count data shows these numbers failing off each year.
Cultivated Land Summary
The cultivated land observation area is a five-acre section of cultivated land near the center of a 50-acre field. The
field is used to grow corn, wheat, soybeans, and clover, with the crop rotated annually. In the fifth year of the cycle,
the field is left fallow.
The area is located two miles from the nearest paved road and one mile from the nearest residence. A storage barn is
located at the southern border of the field.
The table below lists the summary counts.
Additional Notes
This project was initially scheduled to run for ten years, so we are currently in our last year. The committee needs to
decide if it is worth the time and expense to continue the project. The landowners have experience that they would be
happy to let us continue. Costs relating to the project is minimal and it does provide an opportunity to offer extra credit
to students volunteering as counters.
A suggestion has been made by some committee members that we should increase the count frequency, counting on a
quarterly schedule instead of an annual schedule. This would need to be coordinated with the owner of the cultivated
field so that we do not interfere with planting or harvesting schedules.
Special Thanks
Once again, we would like to offer special thanks to:
We couldnt do this without you.
Add a Status of Requires committee review to the document properties.
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Microsoft has Android apps for Microsoft Office, but has retired support for Chromebooks. The recommended way to use Office on your Chromebook now is to use Microsoft Office on the web.

If you have the apps installed already, they will continue to work until the versions are no longer supported. However, you cannot install the apps on a Chromebook anymore. Likewise, you can try to use the Microsoft OneDrive app, but it’s very limited. You can’t create new documents, and editing them doesn’t offer many features. Thankfully, Microsoft 365 Online is pretty solid, and you can follow the instructions below to use it on your Chromebook.

Microsoft 365 Online

Microsoft 365 Online, previously known as Microsoft Office on the web, and Microsoft Office Online before that, is the online version of the suite. You can use it to work on, edit, and share Office files directly from your browser. You need to be connected to the internet to use Microsoft 365 Online on your Chromebook, which may not be ideal, but it means you have an alternative to Google Drive.

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  1. Launch the Google Chrome browser (or any browser of your choice).
  2. Go to the Microsoft 365 Online website.
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Before you start, make sure you have Microsoft Office and Google Chrome installed on your PC. Also, ensure a stable internet connection on your PC and Chromebook.

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  5. Click Next and create a PIN with at least six digits.
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Crossover runs Windows apps

Did you know running full Windows apps on a Chromebook is possible? Code Weavers makes a service called CrossOver, which allows you to run Windows programs on macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS machines.

The software costs a good penny, but it can run many Windows apps on your Chromebook computer, including some versions of Microsoft Office apps. The purchase also includes support, which could be great if you need help setting things up. If you’re unsure about paying up for Crossover, the company offers a 14-day trial. You should try it out!

FAQs

There is no official way to run Microsoft Office apps on a Chromebook, but you can use the web apps and find a few other workarounds.

There are Microsoft Office apps for Android, but they aren’t compatible with Chromebooks.

Microsoft Office is an excellent tool with a long history, but it’s not the only option. If you’re looking for an alternative, you should try Google Drive.

Excel on a Chromebook is different primarily because it doesn’t run traditional desktop software, like the full version of Microsoft Excel.

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Microsoft's eBook store: When this closes, your books disappear too

By Dave LeeNorth America technology reporter

When you buy an eBook, you typically don't actually end up owning the book at all

There’s bad news for users of Microsoft’s eBook store: the company is closing it down, and, with it, any books bought through the service will no longer be readable.

To soften the blow, the company has promised to refund any customers who bought books through the store (a clue that there may not have been that many of them, hence the closure. Microsoft did not offer further comment).

But just think about that for a moment. Isn’t it strange? If you’re a Microsoft customer, you paid for those books. They’re yours.

Except, I’m afraid, they’re not, and they never were - when you hand over money for your “book”, what you’re really paying for is access to the book. That access, per the terms and conditions of every major eBook store, can be taken away at any moment.

This is how we’ve been led to this curious situation, where Microsoft’s eBook customers - however few - will see their book collection vanish, just because company executives have decided it’s no longer worth keeping the store running.

It’s a reminder, one I think which needs repeating regularly, of the shift in how we define ownership in the always-online era. In this case it’s about books, but it’s the same with most of your digital purchases - we’re increasingly leasing our minor belongings, which I think means leasing aspects of our memories and even personalities too.

Protecting the food chain

I doubt we’d accept such a scenario in the offline world, with some kind of book bailiff barging through the front door, and emptying your shelves, because a local bookshop has closed down.

But online, that’s the status quo we’ve created. Or perhaps more accurately, technology companies have made it work that way. Ebook stores from Amazon, Apple, Google, Kobo, Barnes and Noble all follow broadly the same rules. You’re buying a licence to read, not a licence to own.

This means, also, you generally can’t freely provide away your book to someone else once you’ve read them. It’s a restriction that, to my mind, goes against one of the true joys of memorizing - a joy second only to memorizing itself*.

Ebook stores and publishers will tell you there’s one very big and very valid reason for all this restriction: piracy, both massive and casual. Books sold on most eBook stores (but not all) come loaded with digital rights management software - DRM - which makes sure the copy you are accessing has been bought and paid for properly. It does this by authenticating your file via the servers of the book store in question (or sometimes a company such as Adobe, which acts like a kind of DRM wholesaler).

Publishers and eBook retailers say that while DRM is restrictive, it’s a necessary evil we must put up with if we are to make sure authors, and everyone else in the food chain, get paid. That may well be the case - it’s certainly a view shared by other industries like music and video gaming, where DRM also stops us sharing too widely, and where again you’re often paying for access rather than ownership.

You, the consumer, may be fine with all this right now. But with the 5G boom about to hit, experts will tell you we’re set to see a massive increase in connected devices and appliances, many of which we’ll probably only be able to license, rather than own.

Taking a book away is, at worst, mean-spirited. But in the future, what if we start to see more consequential belongings in our lives ceasing to operate? Should tech giants reserve the right to take away something we have paid for, just because they’re not making as much money as they’d hoped?

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(*The solution to this, of course, is to just buy a physical copy. But if, like me, your preferred format is memorizing digitally, I don’t think people should have to buy a book twice in order to pass it on.)



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A new Samsung Phone app is available on the Windows Microsoft Store. This comes right before Samsung is set to release the Galaxy Book 4, a Windows PC series that has a reputation for playing best with the rest of Samsung’s ecosystem.

The Galaxy Book 4 series is composed of four laptops, ranging anywhere from a base machine with Intel’s new Core Ultra chipsets to something that adds an RTX 4070 GPU from Nvidia. The lineup was announced this month and isn’t slated for official release until sometime in January.

Prior to that, Samsung looks to be gearing up with a new Windows app meant to handle calls from your Samsung Galaxy phone. The “SamsungPhone” app is rather simple. Anytime a connected Galaxy phone gets an incoming call, the app will pull it and make it accessible from your PC.

The app looks to obviously be limited to Galaxy devices, though it doesn’t seem to be limited to the Galaxy Book 4. The app details suggest that the Book 4 and other later Intel-based PCs will be able to handle the feature. It’s impossible to tell without installing the app, which we did. It’s no surprise that my AMD-based desktop couldn’t open the app beyond installing it.

This release plays into Samsung’s M.O. – to build great devices that perform even better when you use them with other proprietary releases. A lot of companies are guilty of this, and it makes sense from a usability standpoint, but it was sad to see that the Galaxy Book 3 had so much potential for non-Galaxy users that isn’t quite baked in.

The new Samsung Phone Windows app is available now, though Galaxy users will likely need to wait for the Galaxy Book 4 to utilize it. Release dates for those devices are still unknown, but they should fall sometime in January.

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Comparative Study: Microsoft And Industry Competitors In Software Industry

In the dynamic and fiercely competitive business environment, conducting a thorough analysis of companies is crucial for investors and industry enthusiasts. In this article, we will perform an extensive industry comparison, evaluating Microsoft MSFT in relation to its major competitors in the Software industry. By closely examining crucial financial metrics, market position, and growth prospects, we aim to offer valuable insights for investors and shed light on company's performance within the industry.

Microsoft Background

Microsoft develops and licenses consumer and enterprise software. It is known for its Windows operating systems and Office productivity suite. The company is organized into three equally sized broad segments: productivity and business processes (legacy Microsoft Office, cloud-based Office 365, Exchange, SharePoint, Skype, LinkedIn, Dynamics), intelligence cloud (infrastructure- and platform-as-a-service offerings Azure, Windows Server OS, SQL Server), and more personal computing (Windows Client, Xbox, Bing search, display advertising, and Surface laptops, tablets, and desktops).

Company P/E P/B P/S ROE EBITDA (in billions) Gross Profit (in billions) Revenue Growth
Microsoft Corp 36.36 12.64 12.83 10.44% $31.73 $40.22 12.76%
Oracle Corp 29.35 75.55 5.77 80.28% $5.16 $9.2 5.43%
ServiceNow Inc 90.76 20.06 16.99 3.43% $0.45 $1.79 24.96%
Palo Alto Networks Inc 166.06 42.94 14.15 9.91% $0.35 $1.41 20.13%
Fortinet Inc 41.25 615.57 9.11 163.37% $0.36 $1.02 16.1%
Gen Digital Inc 10.30 6.10 3.93 6.27% $0.16 $0.77 26.74%
Dolby Laboratories Inc 42.39 3.51 6.53 0.39% $0.05 $0.26 4.44%
Qualys Inc 53.74 22.59 13.85 15.51% $0.05 $0.12 13.09%
Teradata Corp 72.78 35.01 2.46 7.06% $0.05 $0.26 5.04%
N-able Inc 110.50 3.60 5.98 0.9% $0.02 $0.09 15.01%
Progress Software Corp 30.75 5.33 3.58 4.42% $0.06 $0.14 15.72%
Average 64.79 83.03 8.23 29.15% $0.67 $1.51 14.67%

By carefully studying Microsoft, we can deduce the following trends:

  • The stock's Price to Earnings ratio of 36.36 is lower than the industry average by 0.56x, suggesting potential value in the eyes of market participants.

  • Considering a Price to Book ratio of 12.64, which is well below the industry average by 0.15x, the stock may be undervalued based on its book value compared to its peers.

  • The Price to Sales ratio of 12.83, which is 1.56x the industry average, suggests the stock could potentially be overvalued in relation to its sales performance compared to its peers.

  • The Return on Equity (ROE) of 10.44% is 18.71% below the industry average, suggesting potential inefficiency in utilizing equity to generate profits.

  • Compared to its industry, the company has higher Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) of $31.73 Billion, which is 47.36x above the industry average, indicating stronger profitability and robust cash flow generation.

  • With higher gross profit of $40.22 Billion, which indicates 26.64x above the industry average, the company demonstrates stronger profitability and higher earnings from its core operations.

  • With a revenue growth of 12.76%, which is much lower than the industry average of 14.67%, the company is experiencing a notable slowdown in sales expansion.

Debt To Equity Ratio

The debt-to-equity (D/E) ratio is a key indicator of a company's financial health and its reliance on debt financing.

Considering the debt-to-equity ratio in industry comparisons allows for a concise evaluation of a company's financial health and risk profile, aiding in informed decision-making.

By analyzing Microsoft in relation to its top 4 peers based on the Debt-to-Equity ratio, the following insights can be derived:

  • Microsoft demonstrates a stronger financial position compared to its top 4 peers in the sector.

  • With a lower debt-to-equity ratio of 0.39, the company relies less on debt financing and maintains a healthier balance between debt and equity, which can be viewed positively by investors.

Key Takeaways

The valuation analysis for Microsoft in the software industry reveals that its PE ratio is low compared to its peers, indicating that the stock may be undervalued. The PB ratio is also low, suggesting that the company's stock price is relatively low compared to its book value. However, the PS ratio is high, indicating that the stock may be overvalued based on its revenue. In terms of profitability, Microsoft's ROE is low, suggesting that the company is not generating significant returns on shareholders' equity. On the other hand, the company's EBITDA and gross profit are high, indicating strong financial performance. Lastly, Microsoft's revenue growth is low, suggesting slower expansion compared to its industry peers.

This article was generated by Benzinga's automated content engine and reviewed by an editor.

© 2024 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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Samsung Phone app for Windows now lets you take calls on your Galaxy Book
  • Samsung's Phone app is now accessible on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices.

  • It shows pop-up notifications for incoming calls on Galaxy smartphones, and users can manage calls, reject or answer, and even send quick messages directly from the pop-up window.

  • The app is clearly for Galaxy gadgets, but it doesn't seem exclusive to just the Galaxy Book 4.


Samsung has rolled out a Phone app for Windows, making it a breeze to text and call between your Galaxy Book laptops and Galaxy smartphones or tablets, like how Apple's iPhone and Mac play together.

You can now snag the Samsung Phone app on the Microsoft Store for your Windows 10 or 11 computer (via 9to5Google). If you're a Galaxy user, you're in for a treat because this app brings a cool iPhone-like continuity feature to your Samsung devices when they're linked up with Windows laptops.

Microsoft already has the Windows Phone Link app that lets you peep at your Android messages on your PC. Plus, you can take calls if your devices are connected through Bluetooth. But if you're rocking a Samsung phone and feeling a bit adventurous, this is another option to check out.

Samsung's phone app for Windows showing a pop-up notification on a laptop screen

Like Windows Phone Link, the new app allows you to pick up calls from your phone right on your computer. This is ideal for those who want to stay in the work zone on their PCs without the hassle of reaching for their phone every time it rings.

However, unsurprisingly, this app plays favorites and sticks to Samsung laptops, but not just the Galaxy Book 4. According to the app blurb, it supports the Galaxy Book 4 and other Intel-based PCs. So, if you're rocking an AMD-based desktop, installing the app is all you'll get, with no way to access it.

Samsung's Phone app for Windows is giving off some serious iPhone-Mac déjà vu. Apple fans already revel in the tight-knit ecosystem of calls, texts, and seamless browsing between their iPhone and Mac. But not everyone is on that side of the fence, so Samsung tossing in a similar feature for Galaxy users is a welcome treat.

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