Windows 10 21H2 features from build 21354

Weekly Digest: Windows 10 21H2 more upcoming features and tech tips

In case you missed it, Microsoft unveiled more features planned for Windows 10 21H2, Surface devices get updated, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft released a new preview of Windows 10 (build 21354) that introduces new settings to manage cameras, disable content adaptive brightness control (CABC), and “Device usage” to customize the experience based on your use cases. You can watch this video to get a closer look at the changes in Windows 10 preview.

In addition, the company made available for download the ISO file for Windows 10 build 21354 to perform a clean installation or an in-place upgrade with all the current improvements.

Windows 10 21H2 (Sun Valley) may include a new “Spotlight collection” feature to change the desktop wallpaper using Bing images dynamically, as the feature can already be seen in the latest Insider previews.

Surface Book 2 and Surface Duo received a new hardware update to fix problems, patch vulnerabilities, and improve the overall experience.

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

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned a bunch of tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to find the Wi-Fi password with Control Panel and command-line, and the instructions to add new wireless profiles manually to connect to networks automatically when they are in range.

You now know the steps to disable the lock screen on Windows 10 Pro and Home to boot straight into the sign-in screen.

Also, we looked at the steps to create and delete a new local account with PowerShell.

If you have a Surface Duo, you can use these steps to check and install updates manually.

In preparation for the second semi-annual update of Windows 10, we looked into the steps to change the webcam and network camera settings and disable or enable cameras from the new settings page.

Finally, you now know the steps to disable content adaptive brightness control (CABC) from the new Display settings.