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  1. How to disable the Weather widget from the Windows 10 Taskbar Microsoft released the KB5003637 Windows Update on Tuesday. It brings various security fixes, which you can read about in Martin's article. I let my computer update to the latest patch yesterday before shutting down. When I turned it on this morning, I was greeted by something new. There was this weather widget on the taskbar. For a moment I was confused about where it came from, before I remembered that Windows had been updated. Surely, this can't be a coincidence.
  2. Official Twitter app for Windows 10 devices updated with several new features A new Twitter update is available in Microsoft Store for Windows 10 devices. This updated Twitter app is based on Microsoft’s Chromium Edge-based web view offering new features and better performance. Twitter app now supports shortcuts, web share target, taskbar badging, notifications, jump lists, and dark/light theme sync with OS settings. You can download the updated Twitter app here from Microsoft Store. Official Twitter app
  3. Microsoft pushes emergency update for Windows 10 Xbox Game Pass bug Microsoft has released the KB5004476 emergency out-of-band update for Windows 10 that fixes problems installing or playing an Xbox Game Pass game. Since 2019, some Windows 10 users have been having issues [1, 2, 3, 4] installing or playing Xbox Game Pass games. When attempting to do so, users would be prompted to install the 'Gaming Services' app from the Microsoft Store, which would fail with a 0x80073D26 or 0x8007139F error, as shown below. Receiving a 0x80073D26 error
  4. Windows 10 KB5003637 update may block remote access to event logs Microsoft says that apps may encounter issues accessing event logs on remote Windows 10 devices unless KB5003637 or later updates are installed on both systems. "Event logs might not be accessible from remote devices unless both devices have updates released June 8, 2021 or later," Microsoft states on the Windows 10 health dashboard. "This issue is resolved if the local and remote devices both have KB5003637 installed." This Windows 10 known issue impacts onl
  5. Microsoft June 2021 Patch Tuesday fixes 6 exploited zero-days, 50 flaws Today is Microsoft's June 2021 Patch Tuesday, and with it comes fixes for seven zero-day vulnerabilities and a total of 50 flaws, so Windows admins will be scrambling to get devices secured. Microsoft has fixed 50 vulnerabilities with today's update, with five classified as Critical and forty-five as Important. For information about the non-security Windows updates, you can read about today's Windows 10 KB5003637 & KB5003635 cumulative updates. Seven zero-da
  6. Windows 10 KB5003637 & KB5003635 cumulative updates released As part of the June 2021 Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has released new cumulative updates for all supported version of Windows, including Windows 10 KB5003637 & KB5003635 for the Windows 10 May 2021 Update and Windows 10 October 2020 Update. The cumulative updates include security fixes for PCs with May 2021 Update, October 2020 Update and May 2020 Update. In this month's update, you can expect security fixes for the OS itself, browsers, core components and other basic functions.
  7. Windows 10 targeted by PuzzleMaker hackers using Chrome zero-days Kaspersky security researchers discovered a new threat actor dubbed PuzzleMaker, who has used a chain of Google Chrome and Windows 10 zero-day exploits in highly-targeted attacks against multiple companies worldwide. According to Kaspersky, the attacks coordinated by PuzzleMaker were first spotted during mid-April when the first victims' networks were compromised. The zero-day exploit chain deployed in the campaign used a remote code execution vulnerability in the Google Chrom
  8. Microsoft is keeping its secrets by pausing Windows 10 21H2 Insider Builds Many Windows 10 fans have said they were unable to see the reason for the excitement around Windows 11, with the expectation that it will simply be another build of Windows 10 21H2. Microsoft may however have a few surprises up their sleeve, with the company pausing their release schedule of Windows 10 21H2 Dev builds for a number of weeks, presumably till after they reveal what will become Windows 11 on the 24th June 2021. Microsoft writes: Over the next sev
  9. Microsoft announces the roll out Windows 10 Cumulative Update Build 21390.1000 Microsoft today announced the release of Windows 10 Cumulative Update Build 21390.1000 (KB5004071). This update does not include any new features and is designed to test Microsoft’s servicing pipeline. What’s new in Windows 10 Build 21390: Changes and Improvements As part of our ongoing iconography improvements, Task Manager and MSI installers now have new Fluent icons. You can now set Windows Terminal Preview as your default terminal emulator on Windows
  10. Apple is bringing FaceTime to Windows 10 and Android users via the web At its annual developer event, Apple announced major changes to its mobile platform including the introduction of iOS 15. Along with iOS 15, Apple has also announced that it will be opening FaceTime to Windows and Android users. With the new update, FaceTime will act more in line with other video conferencing apps like Zoom and Skype, allowing users to share links to calls to others. These links will work on both Windows 10 and Android. Unfortunately, Apple has not com
  11. The Windows 10 May 2021 Update is now available It's been a few months since Microsoft officially began testing the Windows 10 May 2021 Update, also known as version 21H1, with Windows Insiders in the Beta channel. This update technically never went through the Dev channel, because those builds aren't tied to a specific version of Windows 10 and they're on an active development branch for future releases of Windows. Today, the Windows 10 May 2021 Update is available for anyone who wants to install it, and just like version 20H2, it's a simple enabl
  12. Windows 10 tweaker Sophia Script is turned into an application Sophia Script, which was formerly known as Windows 10 Setup Script, is a powerful PowerShell script to modify settings of the Windows 10 operating system. The script requires that users go through it to enable or disable the tweaks to avoid future issues when using the operating system. The latest version of the script supports a wrapper that makes the process easier to follow and less error prone. Sophia Script Wrapper displays all options in a graphical user interface when run. Whi
  13. Customize your Windows 10 experience with these free apps Unlike macOS and other desktop platforms, Windows 10 lets you redesign the desktop with third-party tools that offer a wide range of customizations. From simply changing the accent color to installing a new theme from the Windows Store, Windows 10 provides plenty of options by default. However, if you want to get the most out of your desktop, you can try the third-party programs highlighted below. EarTrumpet Windows 10 allows you to manage the volume mixer and audio devices from
  14. Windows 10 KB5003214 update causes taskbar display glitches The latest Windows 10 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 preview update is causing display issues and glitches on the taskbar's system tray. Last week, Microsoft released the optional Window 10 KB5003214 preview update so that users and the enterprise can test the fixes coming in the mandatory June 2021 Patch Tuesday updates. This update also enables the new Windows 10 News and Interests taskbar news feed for all users of Windows 10 2004 and later. Since installing this update, nume
  15. Microsoft teases next generation of Windows 10 — What to expect CEO Satya Nadella has confirmed that Microsoft is working on the next generation of Windows, which features a new design language internally codenamed "Sun Valley" and is reportedly launching later this year. During the Build 2021 developer conference, CEO Nadella explained that "Windows is implicit" and "it's never been more important." Nadella also highlighted the achievements of Windows and how developers are creating new experiences for 1.3 billion people to work, learn, connect and play.
  16. Microsoft releases Windows 10 builds 19042.985, 18363.1556 - here's what's new Yet another month has passed, and Microsoft is once again releasing its set of Patch Tuesday updates for all supported versions of Windows, including a multitude of Windows 10 versions. For regular users with Windows 10 Home or Pro, only versions 20H2, 2004, and 1909 are getting updates today, and even then, support for version 1909 ends today, so this is the last update you'll get unless you have an Enterprise or Education SKU. For Windows 10 version 2004 and 20H2, the
  17. Microsoft’s Your Phone app now allows you to run multiple Android apps simultaneously from the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, S20 and more In January Microsoft rolled out the ability to run multiple Android apps via the Your Phone app on your desktop. The feature was limited to recent Samsung Android handsets, in particular, the: Samsung Galaxy Note20 5 G Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G Samsung Galaxy S20 5G
  18. Windows Terminal can now be the default Windows 10 console Windows 10 will soon let you configure Windows Terminal as the default terminal application to launch console and PowerShell programs. When you launch a command-line console program in Windows 10, the operating system will automatically launch it in a Windows Console or PowerShell console displayed by the Windows Console Host (conhost.exe), as shown below. An application running in a Windows 10 console With today's release of the Windows 10 Preview build 21390, both PowerShell and console pro
  19. Microsoft releases first Windows 10 package manager stable version Microsoft has released the first stable version of the native Winget Windows 10 package manager that helps you manage applications directly from the command line. Just as other package managers available on other platforms, Winget allows you to automate app management by enabling you to install, configure, upgrade, and remove Windows applications. Microsoft first announced the first preview version of its Windows 10 package manager at Microsoft Build 2020 and has developed it as an open-sourc
  20. Task Manager is getting a new icon as part of Windows 10 revamp As part of Windows 10 Sun Valley Update, Microsoft is rolling out new branding for its core apps and productivity tools. Windows Task Manager, which is one of the most popular apps will be getting a new icon, with Task Scheduler and other tools also following over the coming weeks. Later this year, users will see new Fluent icons for Task Manager and MSI installers (.msi setup file for apps like VLC). The new icons for Task Manager and MSI installers follow the design direction of modern Microsoft products,
  21. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19043.1023 with News and interests As we near the end of the month, it's time for another set of cumulative update previews for Windows 10 to be released. Today, Windows 10 version 21H1, 20H2, and 2004 are all getting an update, and it's a pretty hefty one. As usual, this is an optional update, but all the changes here will be rolled into next month's Patch Tuesday, which is mandatory. All three versions are getting the same update because they all have the same bits. The update is labeled KB5003214 and it brings the build nu
  22. Windows 10 builds 19042.1023, 19043.1023 out for Insiders with a ton of fixes Microsoft today released Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.1023 for Insiders running the version on the Release Preview channel and 21H1 build 19043.1023 for those running that version in the Release Preview and Beta channels channel as part of a surprise late Friday rollout. The build brings with it a long list of fixes and is possibly the one that will be released as an optional C/D release for regular users later this month. While Windows 10 21H1 is now available for all users, it is sti
  23. Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 build 21387 to Dev Channel Insiders It's been some time since Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 build on its typical Wednesday schedule, and if you were hoping this would be the week we go back to normal, it isn't. Microsoft has released another Friday build, this time being number 21387, and just like the past few releases, this one comes from the co_release branch, not rs_prerelease. While we still don't know whether these builds will be part of the next feature update for Windows 10, the fact that they're coming from a re
  24. Google Chrome is crashing worldwide on Windows 10 PCs, how to fix Google Chrome has suddenly started crashing yesterday for many Windows users worldwide making the browser unusable. Google released Chrome 90.0.4430.212 on May 10th, and for the most part, there have been no reported issues with the release until yesterday. As first reported by Windows Latest, starting yesterday morning, users began reporting that Google Chrome extensions and tabs suddenly began crashing while using the browser. Due to these crashes, the Chrome subreddit and Chrome
  25. Windows 10 1909 KB5003212 cumulative update preview released Microsoft has released the optional KB5003212 preview cumulative update for Windows 10 1909 with bug fixes and performance optimizations in the operating system. This cumulative update is Microsoft's May 2021 monthly "C" preview update that allows users and admins to test out the upcoming fixes scheduled for release in the forthcoming June 2021 Patch Tuesday. You can install the update by going into Settings, clicking on Update & Security, and then selecting 'Check for Updates.' As this is an o
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