Microsoft releases a new build from the 20H1 development branch. Build 18980 features a new Cortana app, along with WSL2 support added for ARM64 devices, a revamped looks of the Optional Features page in Settings, and bugfixes.
Google is releasing a new version of their Chrome browser. Version 77 is now available to the stable branch users, featuring 52 fixed vulnerabilities and a number of improvements and minor changes. The new features include the new appearance for EV (Extended Validation) certificates in the address bar, fort rendering changes, a new welcome page, and more.
Microsoft continues their work on updating icons for built-in Windows 10 apps. A set of new icons has been revealed that features the updated icon appearance for Microsoft Photos app and Planner following the modern Fluent Design.
How to Show Full Path in Address Bar in File Explorer in Windows 10
File Explorer is the default file management app which is bundled with Windows starting with Windows 95. Besides file management operations, Explorer.exe also implements the shell - the Desktop, taskbar, desktop icons and also the Start menu are parts of the Explorer app. By default, File Explorer only shows a part of an open folder in the address bar, hiding the rest of the path behind breadcrumbs. You can make it show the full path to the current folder.
Mozilla relaunches the Firefox Test Pilot program, which was previously suspended in January 2019. A new feature the company is currently testing is 'Firefox Private Network', a private proxy service powered by Cloudflare.
Microsoft Edge build 78.0.268.1 is out to the Dev channel of the browser, featuring a number of improvements made to stability, performance, and deployment.
A new Windows Server vNext release hits the Insider Preview channel. Build 18975 is out with, bringing Windows Admin Center 1908 to Insiders.
Microsoft is releasing a set of cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The patches are available for Windows 10 versions 1903, 1809, 1803, 1709, 1703, 1607, and for the initial release of Windows 10 (build 10240). Here are the key changes.
Microsoft Teams is officially coming to Linux. The company is actively working on bringing the app to the open source operating system , following the requests on a UserVoice page dedicated to the product.
As you may remember, there was an issue with the Intel RST Driver in Windows 10 blocking the upgrade to version 1903 for a huge number of devices. The issue appears to be solved with the latest cumulative update.