This week on PUREinfoTech: Windows 10 build 16226 (part of the Fall Creators Update) released for testers with devices in the Fast ring with a slew of new features and improvements, including more Microsoft Fluent Design System elements, updated emoji, new version of Microsoft Edge, and much more. (Also, check out the hands-on video with features and changes on Windows 10 build 16226.)
Microsoft made available the recovery images for its new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro (2017) to restore the default factory settings in case your device isn’t working or you’re ready to sell it. The recovery image is also especially useful for Surface Laptop owners who may want to roll back to Windows 10 S after upgrading to Windows 10 Pro.
Help & How-To
This week, you also learned one more tip on Windows 10, including the steps to fix the Night light feature when it’s grayed out in the Settings app.