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Weekly Digest: Windows 10 version 1909, Microsoft To Do, tech tips

In case you missed it, new version of Microsoft To Do releases, Surface event will be live streamed, September 2019 Patch Tuesday causes problem, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft releases an updated version of its To Do task management app with a new interface much similar to the original Wunderlist app.

On October 2, Microsoft plans to unveil new Surface devices, and now, the company has announced that will live streaming the event. In addition, ahead of the press event, Microsoft is currently offering various discounts on Surface devices.

As part of the 20H1 development, Windows 10 build 18980 released to testers with devices in the Fast ring with minor changes, and the company is now code naming the update “Vibranium.” (You can also catch with the most interesting changes up to build 18975 with this video review.)

Also, the latest preview build of Windows 10 for servers reveals that Microsoft is planning to name the next version “May 2020 Update.”

Windows 10 version 1903 as well as older releases, this week received a new cumulative update as part of the September 2019 Patch Tuesday. However, if you’re running version 1903, you should be aware that the update has a bug that breaks the Start menu and search for some users.

Although it’s not official, it’d appear that the Your Phone app will soon get a feature to allow you to make calls from the app through your phone using your PC.

In case you missed it, you can also download the pick of the week theme: Pretty in Pink to refresh your desktop.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned new tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to download a Windows 10 ISO file without the Media Creation Tool.

You now know the steps to create a USB bootable flash drive to install Windows 10 using nothing than Command Prompt.

We also looked at the steps to change the sleep power settings on Windows 10.

In preparation for the Windows 10 version 1909 (19H2), we looked at the details about the release date and how Microsoft is changing the update experience again.

You now know the steps to determine if your device is running version 1909. Additionally, you can use these tips to avoid problems installing the 19H2 update, or these steps to prevent the new feature update from downloading and installing automatically.

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