Project Neon for Windows 10 in this Tech Recap

Tech Recap: CES 2017, Windows 10 Creators Update, Project Neon

CES 2017 unveils a slew of new Windows 10 devices, Windows 10 Creators Update leaks again, new Project Neon details emerges, and much more.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft reportedly to stop adding new features for the Windows 10 Creators Update as soon as the end of January. The company also plans to release the update in April, instead of previous information that suggested that the Creators Update would ship in May 2017.

Microsoft began the roll out of the cumulative update KB3209835 for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, but it’s currently available for testing through the Release Preview ring. The update doesn’t contain any new features, it’s only an update to add fixes and improvements to the operating system.

Project Neon is a new improvement update to refine the Windows 10 design language, and this week a few concept images leaked onto the web unveiling some of the new tweaks Microsoft has been working on.

Another test version of the Creators Update leaked onto the web. This time around, Windows 10 build 15002 made it out of Redmond, and even though it’s just a minor update from the build 14997, the new update includes two new small features.

This week CES also happened in Las Vegas, and in this 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, tons of tech companies around the world showed off their innovation and trends for 2017.

Here are some of the most interesting devices from Lenovo, Dell, LG, and HP that you’ll be seeing in 2017:

Help & How-To

This week you learned the complete list of environment variables on Windows 10, which can help you to quickly jump to different locations in the operating system and when creating scripts.

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