This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft is working to bring a deeper integration of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to its Chromium version of Edge to allow web apps to behave like native modern apps on Windows 10.
Windows Terminal version 0.7 releases with a number of features, including the ability to split a window in multiple panes, tab reordering, and more.
Windows 10 build 19033 rolled out for devices in the Slow and Fast ring without new features, but it revealed that the next version of the operating system will be known as version 2004.
Surface Pro X and Surface Laptop 3 receives a new firmware update delivering an extensive list of changes to improve the overall experience.
Black Friday also happened this week, and while the sales event is over, a lot of the sales are still available, as Cyber Monday is happening on December 2.
Tech tips roundup
This week, you also learned a few more tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to disable the Start menu left pane auto expand mouse hover after installing the November 2019 Update.
In addition, we looked at the steps to prevent safe emails from ending up in the junk folder in Outlook.
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