Windows 10 build 15042 in this Tech Recap

Tech Recap: Windows 10 Creators Update, Mail & Calendar, Help & How-To

Windows 10 Creators Update gets closer to completion, Microsoft updates Mail and Calendar, and tips to get the most out of your devices.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft begins the rollout of Windows 10 build 15042 for PCs. This is a small update, but it finally removes the watermark from the bottom-right corner signaling that the OS is close to be finalized.

Microsoft’s Mail and Calendar received new updates adding a few interesting features, including “Focused Inbox” and “Mentions”, and Calendar gets “interesting calendars”, pop-up cards, and other tweaks.

In addition, the Xbox games you’ll be getting in March 2017, as part of the Games with Gold program, has been announced.

Help & How-To

This week you learned a number of new tips to get the most out your Windows 10 and Android devices, including the steps to reset the Outlook app on your Android phone.

How to quickly map and disconnect a network drive on Windows 10. You also learned the steps to use the secret “emergency restart” option on the OS.

If your computer is connected to multiple printers, you now know the steps to prevent Windows 10 from changing your default printer by itself.

We looked into the steps to view saved Wi-Fi passwords on Windows 10, and how to view update history.

Finally, I added a new guide uncovering and explaining all the settings you can configure and manage on the “Network & Internet” settings section on Windows 10.

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