Last week, Microsoft officially announced the final version of Windows Package Manager, also known as Winget. First introduced at Build 2020, Winget is now publicly available as version 1.0 on all supported Windows 10 versions. Also, the software giant plans to make Winget part of Windows 10 soon.
The Thunderbird email app reached version 78.11.0 in the stable branch. It is a maintenance release with a list of fixes. There are no new features in this version.
Microsoft has released the first stable version of the Windows Package Manager for Windows 10 (aka Winget). Like package managers on other platforms e.g. on Linux, Winget makes it easy to install, update, and remove programs from a repository. This tool will be especially useful for IT professionals who manage a large number of PCs as it saves their time on software deployment.
The Thunderbird email app received a new stable version 78.10.2. It comes with bug fixes, and also includes patches for a number of security issues with low severity. There are also a few usability improvements.
Adobe today announced that one of its most popular products, Photoshop, will now run natively on Windows 10 on ARM and available as a stable software without the BETA tag. Photoshop now runs natively on 64-bit Windows 10 ARM Devices.
Microsoft announced Immersive Reader for PowerPoint for the web, OneDrive, and SharePoint Pages. Previously, Immersive Reader was available in Microsoft Edge and some Office apps. Now, users can access this great learning tool in other services from Microsoft as well.
Winget, a console package manager for Windows 10, has finally received the option to import the app list. The feature has landed in the preview version 0.2.10771, along with the support for validating the new v1.0 manifests.
The Thunderbird email app received a new stable version 78.9.0. It comes with bug fixes, and also includes patches for five security issues with high and moderate severity.
Microsoft haven't yet done with new features for Xbox this month. After releasing the March firmware update for Xbox One and Xbox Series, the company announced a major improvement to Microsoft Store on consoles. Now, users can check a list of supported languages for different games in the Microsoft Store for Xbox and the Xbox Game Pass app.