winget, the Windows Package Manager app for Windows 10, has received an update in the Preview channel, and now allows installing apps from Microsoft Store. Other important changes are feature toggle and PowerShell tab autocomplete.
Microsoft has published a document that covers the changes that were made to the Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 10 in September 2020. The post mentions kernel updates via Windows Update, WSL 2 availability on Windows 10 version 1909 and 1903, and some other interesting improvements made to the feature.
Microsoft is currently releasing Build 19042.541 (KB4577063) to Windows Insiders in the Beta ands Release Preview channels. The release change log includes a huge list of fixes and general improvements.
Microsoft has revealed which features the company has added to OneDrive, its cloud storage and sync service. The announcement mentions the roadmap entries implemented in August, as well as a few changes made to online Office apps.
Microsoft is currently releasing Build 19042.508 (KB4571756) to Windows Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. The company considers build 19042.508 the final build and still plan on continuing to improve the overall experience of the October 2020 Update on customers’ PCs as part of its normal servicing cadence.
Due to upcoming changes to the Your Phone app, that will eventually replace the People app in Windows 10, Microsoft is now testing the ability to uninstall the People app. A select group of Insiders can already easily uninstall the app with a couple of clicks.
Microsoft has updated the built-in Your Phone app with a number of new options. Starting in version 1.20091.79.0 that is available to select Insiders, the app features a working Contacts section, the new category 'Sent from Phone', and a few interface changes in settings, including the new My Devices section, and re-arranged options.
Microsoft has released a set of what the company calls "C" updates for Windows 10, and tags them as 'Preview'. The patches are available to a number of supported Windows versions. Here's what's new and what has changed.
Microsoft just released a new Dev build of Windows 10 to Insiders. Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20215 is now available to everyone who have set their devices to receive bleeding edge builds.
Microsoft has finally added support for the built-in Dark theme for the Search pane in Windows 10. The search result is no longer white for Insiders who have enabled dark mode for apps.