Here's how to cast media in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 to a TV, or any other Miracast or DLNA-enabled device. You can do that for videos, pictures, audio, or regular web page content opened in your browser by sending it to compatible devices on your network.
Mozilla Foundation has made some changes to its release calendar to give users more time to test the next major update. Currently, every big update goes through a four-week testing period before moving to the next branch and then to the stable channel. With Firefox 89, things are changing a bit.
Several months ago, Microsoft announced its plans to introduce a 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync client for Windows. This is a default app that comes preinstalled with every consumer-based Windows 10 SKU. Since the very first release, the OneDrive sync app for Windows has been available as a 32-bit app. After many years, Microsoft is finally ready to upgrade the program to a 64-bit platform.
Here's how to change weather location on Taskbar in Windows 10.
One of the most recent updates to Windows 10 brought a new hub called "News and Interests." By default, it shows a weather forecast in the taskbar providing users with the most necessary weather information. When you click on the forecast icon, Windows 10 opens a flyout with additional information, such as traffic, news, sports results, finances, etc. The News and Interests flyout is fully customizable, so you can specify what topics you want to follow, what sources to get the articles from, etc. In this article, you will learn how to personalize one of the available cards, Weather.
Quickly after releasing Windows build 21354 to Dev Channel insiders, Microsoft also made available the ISO files for that build. So if you are interested in installing that build from scratch, you can now download the ISO image for that.
The team behind the Firefox browser has changed their plans on Compact Density removal from customization options. The browser will continue to include Compact Mode, but it will be hidden by default, and tagged as "not supported" when you enable the option.
In the latest Windows 10 build 21354, Microsoft introduced a new feature that allows users to disable content adaptive brightness control (CABC) when supported by hardware. Here's what is the CABC feature and how to disable it.
Starting in Windows 10 build 21354, you can change Camera Brightness and Contrast.
Modern expensive webcams come with bundled software for adjusting different settings and parameters. These settings can improve image quality and adapt it to your environment for better video conference experience. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford a $200+ webcam.
From a privacy point of view, you may want to disable Camera in Windows 10. We will review two methods of how it can be done. Almost all modern portable devices come with a camera these days. Laptops and tablets come with webcams and 2-in-1s like Surface come with dual cameras. Windows 10 ships with a Camera app for all essential functionality related to capturing video or pictures. Skype calls, various online services, Win32 apps and Universal apps can access your camera.
Shortly after releasing a fresh firmware update for Surface Book 2 this month, Microsoft shipped another batch of patches and improvements. This time, the firmware update is available for the second-gen Surface Studio.