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Weekly Digest: Windows 10 news, Terminal settings UI, tech tips

In case you missed it, Windows Terminal gains settings UI, Windows 10 receives new updates, Intel launches discrete GPUs, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: Windows Terminal version 1.6 (preview) released with a new settings interface that allows you to customize virtually every aspect of the app and profiles.

On Windows 10 news, Microsoft released build 21301 in the Dev Channel of the Windows Insider Program with an updated experience for the touch keyboard experience, improved spell checking and text prediction, and more.

Microsoft made available a new Windows Feature Experience Pack to continue testing feature improvements outside the major rollouts. The update is available for Windows 10 20H2 devices enrolled in the Beta Channel, and it delivers changes for the snipping tool experience.

Surface Duo received a new firmware update with stability and audio quality improvements and the ability to add a caller to a conference call.

Intel launched its Iris Xe discrete desktop GPUs, but you won’t be able to buy them. Instead, the company will be making them available on pre-built systems from partners.

In case you missed it, you can also download the pick of the week theme: Wild Eyes to refresh your desktop. Also, Microsoft revealed the next five titles that Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass subscribers will be getting throughout February.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned several tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to install the new YouTube web app.

We looked into the steps to enable the new settings UI for Windows Terminal 1.6.

You now know the steps to create a storage pool and space, as well as rename and delete pools on Storage Spaces on Windows 10.

If you deleted a file or wiped out a hard drive, you can now use the Windows File Recovery (winfr) command-line tool to recover the accidentally deleted files.

Furthermore, we looked into the different ways you can quickly determine the version of Windows 10 installed on your computer, the instructions to install WSL2, configure a proxy server, and prevent Windows Search from negatively affecting performance.

If you want to share files in the network with other users, you can use this guide that includes everything you need to know about network file sharing on Windows 10.

On Microsoft Edge, we looked into the steps to manage the Sleeping Tabs feature to save system resources using the browser with multiple open tabs.

Finally, you can use these steps to use Windows 10 to create a bootable macOS bootable to repair an Apple computer.

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