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Tech Recap: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Google I/O, WannaCry ransomware

In case you missed it, Google made a lot of announcements during its I/O 2017 event, Windows 10 Fall Creators Update preview releases, new Surface Pro leaks, protect your PC and data from WannaCry ransomware, and more.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Google held its I/O developer conference in San Francisco, and during the event the company made a number of announcements, including Android O and Android Go for entry-level devices. The search giant also revealed that Google Assistant is coming to iPhone, Google Photos gets smarter, Google Home now makes hands-free calls, and a lot more.

As part of the Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 build 16199 was made available to testers with enrolled in the Fast ring. This new preview is a minor update, but it includes a number of improvements for My People, Cortana brings incoming call notifications, and the Settings app received a number of tweaks. (Also check out the hands-on with features and changes in Windows 10 build 16199.)

Ahead of the next Microsoft event in China, images of the rumored “Surface Pro 5” leaked onto the web. However, it’s seems that Microsoft will be dropping the number in front of the name, and it’ll be simply called “Surface Pro”.

Help & How-To

In addition, this week, you learned how to protect your computer and data from the nasty WannaCry ransomware, which recently made headlines around world for crippling more than 200,000 Windows systems in more than 150 countries.

If you’re still wondering, you also learned all the basic information about the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, including what it actually is, release date, upcoming features, and more.

Among all the new features and improvements coming to the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft also announced that Windows 10 will now connect to the Microsoft Graph, and if you never heard about this technology, this guide will answer all of your questions.

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