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Sticky Notes is a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app which is bundled with Windows 10 starting in "Anniversary Update" and comes with a number of features which the classic desktop app didn't have. Starting in version 3.1, the app allows managing your notes online on the web.
Microsoft is silently rolling out a new feature to OneDrive users. In latest Windows Insider preview builds, including 18272 and 18277, the OneDrive app follows the global dark theme option of Windows 10.
A new screenshot of an internal build of Windows 10 shows that Microsoft is planning to separate Windows Search from Cortana in Windows 10 codename 19H1, which should become version 1903.
In addition to the Web Media Extension package that adds support for Vorbis, Theora and Ogg codecs to Windows 10, Microsoft has released the AV1 Video Extension. It is now available in the Microsoft Store.
Firefox 64 is the upcoming version of the popular browser. As of this writing, it is available to users on the Beta channel. Its recent builds feature a nice option in the extension context menu that will allow removing an extension directly from the browser.
As you may remember, starting in December 2018, Chrome 71 will remove all ads on the small number of sites with persistent abusive experiences. In addition, the browser will warn users about web pages with unclear mobile billing services.
Yet another improvement has been spotted in Windows 10 Build 18277. The updated 'Storage' page in Settings allows the user to see disk usage at a glance, and take an action instantly.
The team behind the most innovative Vivaldi browser released a new snapshot of the upcoming version of the app. Vivaldi 2.2.1360.4 includes a number of nice media improvements for Linux users, resolves a bunch of issues, and features the Chromium engine version 71.
Windows Defender Application Guard is an extra security feature of Windows 10. When enabled, it implements a sandbox for the built-in web browser, Microsoft Edge, in Windows 10. Starting in Windows 10 Build 18277, you can manage access to your camera and microphone while browsing using Application Guard for Microsoft Edge.