Tech Recap Weekly: Windows 10 ‘Redstone’, Surface power problems fixed, Lumia 650 outs

New PC and mobile version of Windows 10 "Redstone" rolls out, Lumia 650 gets announced, Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book gets power management update, and you learned a new few Windows 10 tips.

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This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 14267 for PC to the Fast ring of updates. The new update part of an early preview for Redstone includes features and improvements on Cortana, Microsoft Edge, Messaging, and Settings app. The company also added a number of fixes and listed the current known issues.

Alongside with the PC version of the operating system, Microsoft began rollout of Windows 10 Mobile build 14267 to the Fast ring of updates. However, the company notes that the first Redstone preview for mobile devices is only available for phones that originally shipped with Windows 10 Mobile, but it will expand the availability in the future.

Early this week, Microsoft announced the Lumia 650, a new low-end phone running Windows 10 Mobile target to business users and without support for Continuum.

The software giant finally releases a new update for its Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 to fix the power management issues that have been around since the first day both devices were introduced to the market.

A new Hulu app arrives to Windows 10 as a universal app with support for PC, tablet, and mobile devices. While the app is free, you will still need to be a paid subscriber to sign-in and watch TV shows and movies.

This week I also added a few new Windows 10 guides to help create a system image backup using the wbAdmin command-line utility on Windows 10, and you also learned how to reset Windows Update to fix updates when they are stuck downloading or installing in your computer.

If you missed any of the new stories, you can catch up with everything that happened this week and past articles here.

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