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Weekly Digest: Windows 10, Microsoft Edge, tech tips

In case you missed it, Microsoft Edge rolls out via Windows Update, Windows 10 shows if device isn't compatible with version 2004, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft began the slow automatic rollout of the Microsoft Edge web browser through Windows Update for devices running Windows 10 version 1803 and higher.

Windows 10 build 19640 releases in the Fast ring with minor changes and no new features.

Microsoft makes tweaks to the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to let users know if the new version is currently blocked through Windows Update. If you see the message saying that the new version isn’t ready, you shouldn’t force it onto your device to prevent upgrade problems.

In case you missed it, you can also download the pick of the week theme: Amazon Landscapes to refresh your desktop. Also, you can now start downloading the first wave of Xbox games as part of the Games with Gold program for June 2020.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned several new tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the system requirements to upgrade to the May 2020 Update.

We looked into the steps to analyze and determine the files taking up space on the hard drive using the WinDirStat tool.

If you use the Windows Backup feature on Windows 10, you can use these steps to reset the settings to its defaults.

You now know the steps to reduce the size of the Windows.edb file on Windows 10 when is the reason that your computer is running out of space.

We looked into the steps to install the Windows Subsystem for Linux version 2 on Windows 10 version 2004.

If you use the desktop version of Outlook, you can use these steps to fix error 0x80004005, and these steps to fix 30088-26 when updating Office on Windows 10.

Although Windows 10 version 2004 is now available, it’s rolling out slowly and only to compatible devices, and in this guide, you can learn the steps to check if your computer is compatible.

On Microsoft Edge, you can export saved passwords to a “.csv” file, and in this guide, you can learn the steps to complete this task.

If you use Google Chrome, you can now show the full URL in the address bar, and you can do the same on Mozilla Firefox.

Finally, if you also use Linux, you can use these steps to install Visual Studio Code for code editing.

If you’re having any tech problems, remember that you can submit your questions in the Pureinfotech forums.