Windows 10 20H1 new version of Cortana

Weekly Digest: Windows 10 20H1, Microsoft Edge, Windows Terminal, tech tips

In case you missed it, Windows 10 20H1 picks up several new features, new Windows Terminal app is available for testing, Xbox Project Scarlett details, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: The first preview of the new Windows Terminal app with support for tabs shows up at the Microsoft Store, and anyone can now download and test.

Windows 10 build 18922 was released as part of the 20H1 development with new language features as well as some hidden features, including a new version of Cortana and a new option to rename virtual desktops. In addition, Windows 10 20H1 also includes some new changes in the Start menu and Action Center.

The new Chromium version of Microsoft Edge is now available, as a preview, for devices running Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1.

Windows 10 version 1809 and earlier received a new cumulative update to fix and improve a number of issues.

Although Windows 10 already notifies users when version 1903 (May 2019 Update) is ready for a device, Microsoft is now introducing changes to let users know if a computer is still not compatible with the new version when checking for updates.

The Microsoft To-Do app is now available for download for Mac users with all the same features as the version for iOS, Android, and Windows 10.

The next generation of Xbox will launch in fall of 2020, and here are all the questions and answers that you need to know.

Starting with the May 2019 Update, Windows 10 is changing the storage requirements to install the OS, but it’ll only affect new devices and clean installations.

If you’re running out of space, Windows 10 includes a few ways to remove temporary files to reclaim some of the storage back, and in this guide, you’ll learn how to do this.

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