I’ve always wanted to compile a comprehensive list of Microsoft products and services, just like I did with Google’s. However, it’s quite challenging to organize all of Microsoft’s diverse offerings. Many of their products are tailored for businesses and corporate users. But finally, I’ve taken on the task of showcasing their wide range of offerings, including their stand-alone web and mobile apps for individual users.
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A List of (Almost) All Microsoft Products, Services, Tools, and Apps
“Over 1 billion Windows 10 active users. Over 500 million Windows 10 users. Over 1.2 billion Microsoft Office users. Over 200 million Microsoft 365 users. Over 500 million Outlook users. Over 3 billion Skype minutes a day. Over 669,000 Microsoft Store apps. That’s the stats of Microsoft.” – Microsoft by the Numbers
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- Bing — Microsoft’s search engine.
- Bing Ads — Microsoft’s pay-per-click advertising network.
- Bing Bar — A browser extension toolbar for Internet Explorer.
- Bing Desktop — Stay up to date with daily homepage images, quick search access, news, Facebook newsfeed, and more, right on your desktop.
- Bing Images — Discover personalized image results based on your interests, favorites, and trending searches.
- Bing Maps — Plan trips, view satellite imagery, navigate multiple locations, get driving, walking, and transit directions, and check live traffic conditions.
- Bing News — Access world, national, and local news, with in-depth coverage of sports, entertainment, business, politics, weather, and more.
- Bing Places — An online portal for local business owners to list their business on Bing.
- Bing Search History — Your personal collection of searches and visited websites on Bing.
- Bing Translator — Instantly translate text from one language to another using Bing Translator.
- Bing Video — Search for videos and enjoy a video-specific search experience.
- Bing Webmaster — Offers easy-to-use public tools to optimize websites.
Microsoft Productivity Tools:
- Cortana — An intelligent personal assistant available on Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone, Microsoft Band, Xbox One, iOS, and Android.
- Docs.com — A platform to share and discover Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Sway, and PDF documents for free.
- LinkedIn — A business social networking service acquired by Microsoft.
- Microsoft 365 — Collaboration tools, Office 365 productivity apps, security, and cloud services.
- Microsoft AppSource — Find solutions that enhance innovation, drive business outcomes, and maximize existing resources.
- Microsoft Azure — An open and flexible cloud computing platform for businesses.
- Microsoft Clarity — A user behavior analytics tool providing insights through features like session replays and heatmaps.
- Microsoft Defender Antivirus — Real-time protection against software threats like viruses, malware, and spyware across email, apps, the cloud, and the web.
- Microsoft Dynamics — Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) software applications.
- Microsoft Edge — A fast and secure web browser designed for Windows 10.
- Microsoft Expression — A suite of tools for creating web applications and rich digital media content.
- Microsoft Family Safety — Create a safe and healthy digital environment for your family with content monitoring, screen time limits, and location tracking.
- Microsoft Flow — Automate workflows by connecting favorite apps and services for notifications, data synchronization, and more.
- Microsoft Garage — An outlet for experimental projects from teams across the company.
- Microsoft Groove — A digital music streaming service offering music for purchase or subscription through the Windows Store.
- Microsoft Health — Gain insights into how physical activity improves overall health.
- Microsoft Internet Explorer — A series of discontinued web browsers by Microsoft.
- Microsoft Money — A discontinued personal finance management software.
- Microsoft Movies & TV — Rent or buy the latest movies and commercial-free TV shows and watch them using the Movies & TV app.
- Microsoft Office — A suite of desktop applications, servers, and services for Windows and macOS.
- Microsoft Access — Easily create custom database apps.
- Microsoft Bookings — Schedule appointments online for your small business.
- Microsoft Delve — Discover personalized content and insights within Office 365.
- Microsoft Excel — View, edit, or create spreadsheets from anywhere.
- Microsoft Exchange — Enjoy a rich email experience across devices.
- Microsoft Lists — Track information and organize work in an app designed for collaboration.
- Microsoft OneNote — Easily capture ideas and to-do lists in one place.
- Microsoft Outlook — Stay connected and productive with a unified view of email, calendar, contacts, and files.
- Microsoft PowerPoint — Create powerful presentations and easily share them online.
- Microsoft Project — Streamline project, resource, and portfolio management.
- Microsoft Publisher — Create professional newsletters, brochures, and more.
- Microsoft SharePoint — Empower teamwork and collaboration across devices.
- Microsoft Teams — The hub for team collaboration in Microsoft 365, integrating people, content, and tools.
- Microsoft Visio — Simplify and communicate complex information through diagrams.
- Microsoft Word — Effortlessly create and polish professional documents.
- Microsoft Office Online — Collaborate for free with online versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote.
- Microsoft Office 365 — Access Microsoft Office tools from anywhere, along with easy-to-administer collaboration services.
- Microsoft OneDrive — Store and access files and photos from any device.
- Microsoft Rewards — Earn rewards for using Microsoft services.
- Microsoft Security Essentials — Real-time protection for home or small business PCs against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software.
- Microsoft Silverlight — A development tool for creating interactive web and mobile applications.
- Microsoft To-Do — A cloud-based task management application.
- Microsoft Virtual Reality (VR) & Mixed Reality — Immerse yourself in new worlds with VR and mixed reality gaming experiences.
- Microsoft Windows — A range of graphical operating systems by Microsoft.
- MSN — A web portal offering news, sports, entertainment, finance, weather, travel, health, and lifestyle content, combined with Outlook, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, and more.
- Open Live Writer — A powerful blog editor for creating and publishing content.
- Outlook.com — A free email and calendar service to help you stay organized and productive.
- Photosynth — Capture the world in 3D.
- Skype — Free messaging, voice, and video calls for staying connected.
- Socl — A platform to create, collect, and share your favorite content.
- Sway — An easy-to-use digital storytelling app for creating interactive reports, presentations, and personal stories.
- WorldWide Telescope — Explore the universe by leveraging imagery from the best telescopes worldwide.
- Wunderlist — A cloud-based task management application.
For a complete list of Microsoft apps, check out their mobile applications available on both iOS and Android platforms. 🙂
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- Microsoft Accessories — Keyboards, mice, webcams, headsets, and more.
- Microsoft Band — A wearable device that tracks heart rate, exercise, calories, and provides email, text, and calendar alerts.
- Microsoft HoloLens — A fully self-contained holographic computer for interacting with high-definition holograms in your environment.
- Microsoft Lumia — A smartphone by Microsoft.
- Microsoft Surface — A versatile Windows tablet that can replace your laptop.
- Microsoft Surface Book — A powerful and versatile laptop, also functioning as a tablet and portable studio.
- Microsoft Surface Duo — A dual-screen mobile device with the best of Microsoft 365 and Android apps.
- Microsoft Surface Earbuds — Stylish earbuds with touch and voice controls, access to Microsoft 365 experiences, immersive sound, and all-day battery life.
- Microsoft Surface Go — A lightweight and compact 2-in-1 laptop with an adjustable kickstand for tablet-to-laptop versatility.
- Microsoft Surface Headphones — Premium headphones with intuitive controls, active noise cancellation, and style.
- Microsoft Surface Hub — An all-in-one digital interactive whiteboard and collaborative computing device.
- Microsoft Surface Studio — A creative studio with a large adjustable display and powerful tools for digital work.
- Microsoft Surface Pro — A versatile 2-in-1 laptop with a touchscreen that adapts to your needs.
- Xbox — Microsoft’s gaming console.
- Xbox Kinect — A motion-sensing input device for the Xbox console.
Microsoft Apps for iOS:
- Cortana — Your personal assistant, seamlessly connecting your PC and iPhone.
- Face Swap — Transport yourself into fun and inspiring scenes.
- Microsoft Authenticator — Securely verify your identity for online accounts.
- Microsoft GigJam — Collaborate spontaneously and temporarily with others.
- Microsoft HealthVault — A secure online service for controlling your health information.
- Microsoft Kaizala — A mobile app for efficient communication and work on the field.
- Microsoft Outlook — Works with various email services, including Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and iCloud.
- Microsoft Pix Camera — Capture better photos effortlessly on your phone.
- Microsoft Remote Desktop — Access your computer and work resources remotely.
- Microsoft Selfie — Enhance your selfies and photos on iOS devices.
- Microsoft Soundscape — Experience your surroundings better with 3D audio technology.
- Microsoft Translator — Translate text or speech with ease, even offline while traveling.
- Microsoft Xim — Easily share and view photos on multiple devices, even without the app.
- MileIQ — Automatically track your mileage for business purposes.
- Mixer — A streaming app and community for gaming enthusiasts.
- Mixer Create — Live stream gameplay and yourself in real time using the Mixer FTL protocol.
- Office Lens — Capture and enhance images of whiteboards and documents.
- Outings — Discover travel stories about beautiful places.
- Sprightly — Create professional designs for posters, collages, e-cards, catalogs, and more.
- Tossup — Simplify event planning and opinion gathering.
- Word Flow Keyboard — A fast keyboard with search, customizable themes, and swipe typing.
- Xbox 360 SmartGlass — Connect your phone to your Xbox 360 console.
- Your Phone Companion — Access everything you love on your phone directly from your PC.
Microsoft Apps for Android:
- Cortana — Get things done with the help of your personal assistant.
- Face Swap — Transform yourself into various scenes.
- Kaizala — Streamline communication and productivity with built-in actions during chats.
- Microsoft Authenticator — Verify your identity securely.
- Microsoft Hyperlapse — Capture and enhance time-lapse videos.
- Microsoft Remote Desktop — Access your work resources and remote PCs from anywhere.
- Microsoft Selfie — Enhance your selfies and photos on Android devices.
- Microsoft Translator — Translate text or speech and download languages for offline use.
- Next Lock Screen — Protect your phone and improve productivity.
- Office Lens — Trim, enhance, and make images of whiteboards and documents more legible.
- Parchi — Quickly take notes with this Microsoft Garage project.
- Picturesque Lock Screen — Customizable lock screen with wallpapers, notifications, and more.
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As many already know, the term “Microsoft” combines “microcomputer” and “software.” This shows that Microsoft is not only a software company, but also a hardware company.
While this list covers a vast range of Microsoft products, services, and devices, it does not include Microsoft’s extensive server products, enterprise solutions, and games. It would be an endless list if we included every single one.
I focused on products and services designed for individual consumers. However, I did include a few business-oriented offerings that I thought would interest consumers.
For a more comprehensive exploration of Microsoft’s offerings, visit the Wikipedia pages on Microsoft Software, Microsoft Servers, Microsoft Mobile Services, Microsoft Operating Systems, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Services, Microsoft Hardware, and Microsoft Studios.
If I missed your favorite Microsoft product, service, or app, let me know in the comments, and I’ll be sure to add it to the list.
So, how many Microsoft products and services do you currently use? 🙂
First Published: October 26, 2016; Last Updated: Sunday, January 10, 2021.