This week on PUREinfoTech: Windows 10 build 15031 rolls out for PC and Mobile devices. The new release part of the Creators Update, expected to release sometime in April 2017, is a minor update with only a few new features, but with a slew of new bug fixes.
During the Windows Developer Day, Microsoft offered a sneak peek of Project Neon, which is the new beautiful design language for Windows 10 coming later this year.
If you own a Surface Studio, you can download the official recovery image in case things aren’t working correctly and you need to reset your PC to the factory default settings.
The Windows 10 Creators Update is getting a new out-of-box-experience (OOBE) that makes it a lot easier for anyone to go through the initial configuration process with Cortana, simplified privacy settings, and streamlined design. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can catch my hands-on video with the new out-of-box-experience.
Help & How-To
This week you also learned a number of new tips to get the most out of your computer, including the steps to fix Bluetooth connection problems on Windows 10.
How to add custom signature to your emails using the Mail app, and removing the “Sent from Mail for Windows 10” default message.
In preparation for the Windows 10 Creators Update, you now know the steps to use the new refresh tool, which allows you to reinstall and update Windows 10 on-demand without losing data. And you also learn how to use Tile Folders in the Start menu.
Cortana now feature suggested reminders to help keep your promises you made to others via email, and here’s how the new feature works and how to set it up on your Windows 10 PC.
If you’re a Google Chrome user, you can try the new Netflix Categories extension to browse hidden categories on Netflix, and we also looked a handy Google extension to stop GIFs from playing automatically on web pages.
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