I have always wanted to list all the Microsoft products and services (just like I did Google’s). But Microsoft’s products are really diverse in nature and a good percentage of them are actually targeting companies and business users. Therefore I found it difficult to list all the products in an organized way. Microsoft’s products were mostly desktop applications until a few years ago. Now things have changed substantially and Microsoft has been launching a lot of standalone web and mobile apps for individual consumers. This is why I (finally) decided to list all the Microsoft products and services. Don’t Miss: Over 201 Google Products & Services You Probably Don’t Know Over 400 million Windows 10 devices. Over 1.2 billion Microsoft Office users. Over 400 million Outlook.com users. Over 3 billion Skype minutes a day. Over 669,000 Windows Store apps. That’s the stats of Microsoft. Credit: Microsoft by the Numbers Bing — A search engine by Microsoft. Bing Ads — A pay-per-click advertising network by Microsoft. Bing Bar — Bing Bar is a browser extension toolbar for Internet Explorer, Bing Desktop — With the Bing Desktop app, you get the daily homepage image, quick access to search, the latest news, your Facebook newsfeed, and more, right where you want it — on your desktop. Bing Images — Explore personalized image results based on your interests, favorites, and trending searches. Bing Maps — Map multiple locations, get transit/walking/driving directions, view live traffic conditions, plan trips, view satellite, aerial and street side imagery….