This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft announced Personal Vault, a new feature for OneDrive that brings extra security to the cloud to store sensitive data. Also, the company is making changes to allow OneDrive subscribers to upgrade their store up to 2TB.
Windows 10 version 1903, May 2019 Update, receives a new cumulative update to address a slew of issues, including problems with Night light, Windows Hello, and Microsoft Office. And Surface devices get a firmware update to patch a security vulnerability.
New Cortana app shows up in the Microsoft Store signaling that the company is preparing to deliver more frequent updates to the digital assistant, rather than twice a year with every release of Windows 10.
Sources familiar to the plan revealed that Microsoft is experimenting Surface devices with AMD and ARM processors, as Intel struggles to innovate and keep up with CPU production.
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Tech tips roundup
This week, you also learned several new tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to use the Credential Manager feature to view, delete, and backup Windows 10 as well as web credentials stored on your device.
Starting with the 20H1 update, Windows 10 introduces the Windows Subsystem for Linux version 2 (WSL 2), and you can use these steps to install and covert Linux distros to WSL 2.
In addition, we looked into the steps to disable badge notifications for apps in the taskbar, and the steps to enable text suggestions for hardware keyboard on Windows 10.
If you work with files stored on a remote computer, you now know the steps to map a network drive on Windows 10.
Finally, we also looked at the steps to create a full backup of your device using the wbAdmin command tool on Windows 10.
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