This week on Pureinfotech: Recent previews for the next version of Windows 10 shows that Microsoft plans to update the Storage Sense and Taskbar setting pages and add a new Device usage page in the Settings app.
Project Reunion 0.5 was released for developers to make it easier to build apps using legacy and modern elements without worrying about updates.
In other Windows 10 news, Microsoft made available the update KB5000842 as a preview for the non-security improvements expected to roll out with the next monthly update.
In case you missed it, you can also download the pick of the week theme: Community Showcase: Aqua to refresh your desktop. You can now start downloading the first two Xbox titles as part of the Games with Gold Program for April 2021.
Tech tips roundup
This week, you also learned a bunch of tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to map a network drive using File Explorer.
You know now the steps to temporarily disable updates for Windows 10 Pro and Home.
In preparation for the Windows 10 21H1 update, we looked into the steps on how to get and use the Media Creation Tool to upgrade or perform a clean installation of the operating system.
If you use Microsoft Edge, you can use these steps to enable and use the Math Solver feature to solve math problems instantly and learn how to resolve them. And you can use these steps to manually check for compromised passwords using the new Edge Password Monitor feature.
We also looked into the instructions to create, configure, and delete a local account on Windows 10 using Command Prompt and the Settings app. Also, we outlined the steps to change and remove an account password on Windows 10.
Although Windows 7 is no longer supported, you can still downgrade from Windows 10 with these steps.
Finally, if you need to change the wireless network password, you can use these instructions.