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Weekly Digest: Windows 10 updates, Project xCloud preview, tech tips

In case you missed it, Microsoft pushes a lot of updates for Windows 10, Project xCloud preview registration opens, and more tips to get the most out of your PC.

This week on Pureinfotech: Microsoft released a lot of updates for the production as well as preview versions of Windows 10, including build 18363.387 and 18363.385 in the Fast ring, and build 18362.10022 in the Slow ring with fixes and improvements for the 19H2 update.

Windows 10 build 18990 rolled out as part of the 20H1 update with some sign-in improvements as well as changes for File Explorer, Magnifier, and Narrator.

In addition, the company released quality update KB4517211 to address a slew of issues with Windows 10 version 1903, and update KB4516077 to fix problems with version 1809, 1803, and older versions. Also, update KB4522016 rolled out to patch a vulnerability with Internet Explorer for virtually every version of Windows 10.

A new update for the Windows Terminal app became available this week for users running the May 2020 Update with several improvements and changes in the version naming scheme to match the Windows 10 releases.

Microsoft announced new plans that allow Office 365 users to purchase up to 2TB of cloud storage for $9.99.

In case you missed it, you can also download the pick of the week theme: Aspiration to refresh your desktop. Additionally, the software giant also revealed the next four games that subscribers are getting for free in October as part of the Games with Gold program.

Tech tips roundup

This week, you also learned a number of tips to get the most out of Windows 10, including the steps to check the updates installed on your device.

We looked at the steps to register to get an invitation to be among the first people to try out the upcoming Project xCloud game streaming service from Microsoft.

In addition, you now know the steps to delete folders with large number of files and themes for Windows 10 in bulk quickly.

We also looked at the instructions to clone a Windows 10 installation to another drive using Clonezilla, the steps to create a Mac OS X bootable USB, and you even learned the steps to change the amount of emails the Outlook app downloads and stores on your computer.

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