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Tech Recap: Windows 10 Creators Update, MWC 2017, Help & How-To

In case you missed it, Microsoft rolled out two new Windows 10 Insider previews; HP, Lenovo, and Samsung unveiled new PCs; and more tips to get the most out of your devices.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft pushed out two test previews for its upcoming Creators Update for PC. Windows 10 build 15048 is just a minor update with bug fixes, and Windows 10 build 15046 brings pick up where you left off using Cortana, the ability to control which apps you can install on your computer, and improvements with the Windows Defender Security Center.

Alongside with the pre-releases, the software giant made available the ISO files for Windows 10 build 15042, and rolled out Windows 10 Mobile build 15047 for phones with bug fixes.

Microsoft also announced changes to the privacy settings, which makes it easier for users to understand and better control which data Windows 10 collects.

In addition, the Windows 10 Creators Update will also introduce a new snooze button to postpone applying updates and prevent computers from rebooting at random times.

As a reminder, don’t forget that you can now download the Xbox Games with Gold titles for the month of March.

This week happened Mobile World Congress in Barcelona companies like HP, Lenovo, and Samsung unveiled interesting new mobile devices running Windows 10. Some of these devices include the HP Pro X2 612 G2 upgradable tablet, Samsung unveiled its new Galaxy Book devices, and Lenovo showed of the new Yoga 720, Flex 5, and Miix 320 convertible.

Help & How-To

This week you learned a few new tips on Windows 10, including the steps to delay the OS from installing the upcoming Creators Update to avoid errors and other problems during the initial rollout.

You also learned three different ways to delete temporary files on Windows 10 to free up storage space on your computer.

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