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Tech Recap: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Apple WWDC 2017, How-To guides

In case you missed it, Microsoft rolls out huge preview for Windows 10, Apple made a lot of announcements during its WWDC 2017 event, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Windows 10 build 16215 rolled out to members of the Insider program with PCs enrolled in the Fast ring. This new release includes a huge number of enhancements, such as Microsoft Fluent Design System elements on Start menu and Action Center, Cortana and Microsoft Edge get new features, and the Settings app gets a lot of new tweaks.

As we get closer to the release of the next major update of Windows 10, this week, we looked in depth at all the new features and improvements coming in the Fall Creators Update.

Apple WWDC 2017 happened this week, and if you missed it, here are the most interesting annulments the company unveiled during the keynote.

In addition, this week, Microsoft accidentally leaked some documents revealing that the company is working on a new version of Windows 10 for advanced PCs.

Ahead of the Xbox briefing at E3 2017, Microsoft published a video showing off the Xbox Project Scorpio dev kit for game developers.

Finally, a small firmware update released this week to improve battery life and networking performance on the Surface Pro 3.

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As a reminder, PUREinfoTech now has forums, which anyone can sign up and use to ask questions and get answers for technical questions, problems on Windows 10, and to get the most out your gadgets.

Help & How-To

Additionally, this week, you also learned a number of tips to get the most out of Windows 10, such as the steps to reinstall Windows 10 using an ISO file without having to create a bootable media.

You also learned the steps to fix upgrade error 0x800F0923 on Windows 10, and how to disable the new Material Design settings on Google Chrome 59.

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