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Tech Recap: Windows 10 Cloud, Creators Update, Help & How-To

Windows 10 Creators Update preview releases, Microsoft builds "Windows 10 Cloud", February's Xbox games now available, and new tips to get the most out of your device.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 15025 to the Fast ring for PC and Mobile devices. The new test preview part of the Creators Update doesn’t include any significant features, but it includes a slew of fixes and improvements.

If you want to do a clean install of the latest preview, Microsoft also made available the ISO files for Windows 10 build 15025.

Recently, Windows 10 build 15019 released to Insiders and unlike build 15025, the earlier preview includes a lot of new features and changes, including Game Mode, Beam integration, Microsoft Edge improvements, and much more. In case you missed it, check out my hands-on video with build 15019.

Surface Pro 3 received a minor update to improve system performance, and Intel video and audio drivers.

In addition, we learned that Microsoft is working on a new version of its operating system. It’s currently known as Windows 10 Cloud, and similar to Windows RT, this new version runs only Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps.

If you’re an Xbox Live Gold member remember that the first wave of Games with Gold for February 2017, are already available for download.

Help & How-To

This week you learned a bunch of new tips to get the most out Windows 10, including the process of connecting new Bluetooth devices to your computer.

How to set up network file sharing using File Explorer, Homegroup, and using OneDrive. You learned the steps to quickly uninstall built-in apps on Windows 10 without the need of having to use complicated PowerShell commands.

We looked at all the options you can configure in the Devices section of the Settings app, and how to take on control of the settings you sync across devices on Windows 10.

Other interesting items this week include:

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