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Windows 10 is losing the following features in the October 2018 Update

8 monthes ago   |   By TechRadar

As Windows 10 continues to evolve, certain bits of functionality are ditched as a natural part of that process, and Microsoft has just highlighted the features which are being removed with the incoming October 2018 Update (and also the elements which are no longer being actively developed, generally because they've been incorporated elsewhere). So what's on the chopping block? Probably the most high-profile feature is the Snipping Tool, although technically it's not being removed as such, but rather incorporated into Microsoft's new Snip & Sketch app. Snip & Sketch will let you pull off...
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Windows 10 1809: Microsoft reveals features it's dropping in October 2018 Update

Windows 10 1809: Microsoft reveals features it's dropping in October 2018 Update

8 monthes ago   |   By ZDnet

Microsoft sets out its list of features that are being removed or deprecated in the next Windows 10 release.
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Linux on Windows 10: Running Ubuntu VMs just got a lot easier, says Microsoft

8 monthes ago   |   By ZDnet

Ubuntu VMs can now be launched from Hyper-V Quick Create and use RDP for enhanced session mode.
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Microsoft releases KB4464218 and KB4464217 Cumulative Updates for Windows 10

8 monthes ago   |   By WMPoweruser

Microsoft is rolling out a new update for Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The latest update brings minor bug fixes and bumps the OS to build number 17134.286 and 16299.666 respectively. You can head below to take a look at the changelog for the update. Windows 10 April 2018 Update: Windows...
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Microsoft ditches Windows 10 warning about Chrome and Firefox following backlash

Microsoft ditches Windows 10 warning about Chrome and Firefox following backlash

8 monthes ago   |   By TechRadar

It looks like Microsoft will be dropping its plans to show a “warning” pop-up when Windows 10 users try to install Chrome or Firefox instead of sticking with its Edge web browser, after a backlash against its heavy-handed approach. The warning message was included in a recent Windows 10 preview, which is an early version of Windows 10 that allows users to test out new features. In the Windows 10 preview, when users tried installing Firefox or Chrome, the two most popular desktop web browsers, a window appeared saying that the user already has “Microsoft Edge - the safer, faster browser for...
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