This week on Pureinfotech: According to sources, Microsoft plans to make changes to the Cortana experience moving the assistant to Action Center with a new chat-based interface.
Windows 10 build 17074 recently rolled out to testers with a slew of new features and improvements coming in the next major update. If you’re not thinking on installing it or you just want to know everything that Microsoft has been working on this preview, you can watch this hands-on video review with all the changes included with this release.
Older versions of Windows 10, including the Creators Update and the Anniversary Update received a second patch in January to fix a number of issues.
Microsoft announces that its Surface Book 2 15-inch model is now available for preorder in 17 more countries, and the device is also planned to reach even more markets in the coming months.
Windows 10 build 17074.1002 released this week, but it’s a preview that includes all the previous changes with the difference that fixes two specific bugs that were preventing users with AMD-based machines from installing the OS.
In case you missed it, you can also download the pick of the week theme: Dazzling Stained Glass to refresh your desktop.
This week you also learned a number of tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to change app permissions.
How to address scaling issues without signing out of Windows 10 for apps in certain scenarios where they may become blurry.
In preparation to the Redstone 4 update, you also learned the steps to set data usage limits on Wi-Fi networks to prevent going over your data cap and avoid extra charges. And now you know how to use Quiet hours using priorities on Windows 10.
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