Microsoft is expanding the availability of the Windows System for Android (WSA) to five more countries. Currently, it is only available in the US, but enthusiasts can get it working anywhere by installing it manually.
Two weeks ago, were there rumors that Windows 11 RTM build 22H2 would be signing on May 20. Some sources were naming May 24 as the sign off date. But build 22621 was named the main candidate for this status. At that time, this was only a guess. Now, Microsoft has actually confirmed this information.
Microsoft reissued the KB5014019 patch, which was first available last week, on May 19. The patch was initially released to Insiders running Windows 11 in the Release Preview channel. Today, it is available to everyone on the stable version of the OS. So, if you want to add Windows Spotlight to Desktop, you can install this update.
Widget support from third-party developers will appear in the Windows 11 operating system before the end of this year. Microsoft announced this at the Build 2022 annual developer conference. Developers will be able to create widgets, including those that work in pair with Win32 and PWA apps.
The first day of the Build 2022 developer conference highlights an impressive change in the Microsoft Store. Microsoft now accepts Win32 application from everyone. Until now, such apps have been added to the store on a first-come, first-served basis, and approval has likely been manual.
If you have resource consuming tasks, here are some bad news for you. Apparently, there is a bug in Windows 11 that reports invalid CPU usage values to apps, includings its own Task Manager.
Microsoft today released a major update for Windows Subsystem for Android to Insiders in the Dev channel. WSA version 2204.40000.15.0 for Windows 11 brings with it Android 12.1, improved integration of the subsystem with Windows, and the updated look of its settings.
Here's how to open God Mode in Windows 11, create a shortcut for it, or add it to the context menu. Also in this post, we will review what is the God mode folder and which else such folders exist in Windows 11.
Microsoft today released Windows 11 Build 22000.706 to Inisders in the Release Preview channel. The update comes in form of a patch KB5014019. It adds Windows spotlight to the desktop background options, so users can have a fresh wallpaper daily. It also comes with a huge list of various fixes and improvements.
If your build 25120 lacks the new feature, you can easily enable the desktop search bar in Windows 11 manually. Microsoft is testing it with a small limited number of users. So the chances that you won't have it are high.