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  1. Microsoft admits Windows 10 KB4601319 issue, promises fix A Microsoft representative has quietly confirmed that the February 2021 cumulative update (KB4601319) suffers from a bug that could disable your web camera. In addition to camera crashes, users have also reported other bugs in Windows 10 KB4601319 and Microsoft is investigating the reports. According to user reports, Windows 10 KB4601319 appears to be breaking support for Intel RealSense Depth camera and Razer Stargazer. Rolling back the cumulative update resolves the problem and some users speculate
  2. How to customize your Windows 10 desktop with these free tools With Windows, you've got an almost limitless number of free, open-source and paid apps to customize the appearance of desktop. In this article, we're going to share a list of open-source and free tools to change the desktop wallpaper animation when you move your cursor, add support for widgets, and more. Rainmeter Rainmeter is an open-source and free tool to customize the desktop of Windows 10 and older versions. You can use this open-source tool to change the look and feel of Windows deskto
  3. Microsoft Power Automate Desktop now available for free for Windows 10 users Microsoft today announced that Power Automate Desktop will be available to Windows 10 users for free. Power Automate Desktop is an user-friendly, low-code application that will allow anyone to optimize their workflows by automating repetitive and time-consuming manual tasks in Windows 10. Power Automate Desktop features: Use the desktop and web recorders to build flows while editing the recorded actions in real time across the web or desktop. O
  4. Microsoft is using Known Issue Rollback (KIR) to fix problems caused by Windows 10 updates These days, it is almost a given that an update for Windows 10 will not only fix bugs and introduce new options, it is also likely to cause additional problems. It is something that Windows users have been painfully aware of for some time, and Microsoft has been working on a solution. And that solution is KIR, or Known Issue Rollback. The new system enables Microsoft to rollback changes introduced by problematic patches rolled out through Windows Update. KIR only appl
  5. Windows 10 build 21327 is out in the Dev channel with News and Interests improvements Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21327 to the Dev channel. As usual, it's only considered a preview of Windows 10 vNext, being from the rs_prerelease branch and not being tied to a specific feature release of the OS. If you want something that is tied to a release, that's what the Beta channel is for, and right now you can use that to test out Windows 10 version 21H1, which is coming in the spring. As for what's new in this build, it's nothing par
  6. Microsoft Moves Everyone in the Beta Channel to Its Latest Windows 10 21H1 Microsoft introduced Windows 10 version 21H1 in February. The company allowed Insiders in the Beta Channel to install this new version but didn't force the version on everyone following the "seeker" experience. That changes today as Windows 10 21H1 is now being offered as a "recommended update" to Insiders in the Beta Channel, the company confirmed through a tweet. This means that even if you chose not to install version 21H1, you will automatically get it now if you are signed up wi
  7. Microsoft starts force installing Windows 10 20H2 on more devices Microsoft is ramping up the forced rollout of Windows 10, version 20H2 to more devices approaching end of service (EOS), as part of a new rollout phase. This new automated feature update rollout phase follows the addition of Windows 10 2004 to the broad deployment channel in February, which made it available to everyone via Windows Update. Windows 10 20H2 is also rolling out to users manually checking for updates (seekers) on devices running Windows 10 1903 or later s
  8. Panos Panay is pumped for the "next generation of Windows" Today was the first day of Microsoft's spring 2021 Ignite conference, and in a brief, 14-minute fireside chat, Chief Product Officer Panos Panay and CVP and Product Manager Roanne Sones sat down to talk about Windows for a bit. Unfortunately, there's not much that they actually talked about. Panay did tease the "next generation of Windows" and say that he's pumped about it, but he also said that that's not for this event. In fact, one thing that was left unsaid is that Microsoft is actuall
  9. New Microsoft Store app for Windows 10 rolling out Microsoft has pushed out an update for the Microsoft Store app which brings some minor updates to the user interface of the app. The app, which has been called the ‘new’ Store, supposedly brings the Sun Valley UI update to the app, but the app appears to lack the iconic rounded corners we expect. Instead, the app brings new hover effects and a new compact mode, which can be seen in Alumia’s screen captures below: The update appears to be
  10. Intel wireless driver updates fix Windows 10 blue screen issues Intel has addressed Wi-Fi and Wireless Bluetooth drivers issues causing Windows 10 blue screen of death (BSOD) errors and Bluetooth devices to lose connection or stop working. Users are urged to install the updated Wi-Fi drivers (Intel PROSet/Wireless Software 22.30.0 ) and Wireless Bluetooth drivers (Intel Wireless Bluetooth 22.30.0) seeing that they also include security updates, besides functional updates. Fixed Wi-Fi and Bluetooth issues The new Intel Wireless drivers
  11. Windows 10 Cloud PC: The latest info about Microsoft's new service This article has been updated with the latest info about the upcoming CloudPC service. Microsoft is believed to be working on a new virtualized desktop experience called 'Cloud PC' to help administrators deploy and manage Windows 10 PCs in the cloud via web browser, mobile app or another PC. Cloud PC will also allow Microsoft to handle your organization's device configuration by applying updates security improvements regularly, and offer managed support. Reports have
  12. Windows 10 gets a fix for annoying stuttering in some games Patch KB4601382 is a preview update, though, with the usual caveats (Image credit: Shutterstock; Future) Windows 10 has received a preview version of a cumulative update, and it’s one that gamers might want to apply if they’ve been having any kind of trouble with stuttering or flickering (or indeed other rendering issues) when playing certain games. As Microsoft states, patch KB4601382 (for Windows 10 May 2020 Update and October
  13. Microsoft fixes Windows 10 drive corruption bug — what you need to know Microsoft has fixed a Windows 10 bug that could cause NTFS volumes to become corrupted by merely accessing a particular path or viewing a specially crafted file. Last month, BleepingComputer reported on a new Windows bug that allows any users, including those with low privileges, to mark an NTFS volume as dirty. All a Windows user had to do to trigger the bug was to try to access a special path, shown in the image below. Accessing path marks drive as corrupted
  14. Google shares PoC exploit for critical Windows 10 Graphics RCE bug Project Zero, Google's 0day bug-hunting team, shared technical details and proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code for a critical remote code execution (RCE) bug affecting a Windows graphics component. The Project Zero researchers discovered the vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2021-24093, in a high-quality text rendering Windows API named Microsoft DirectWrite. They reported the bug to the Microsoft Security Response Center in November. The company released security updates to address
  15. AdDuplex: Windows 10 version 20H2 hits 20%, version 2004 still the most used As we near the end of February, AdDuplex has released its latest monthly report on the usage share of different versions of Windows 10. As always, the report is based on data collected from 5,000 Microsoft Store apps that are using the AdDuplex SDK v.2 or higher. Around 80,000 PCs were surveyed, and the data was collected throughout February 24. As more time passes from the release of Windows 10 version 20H2, the update is spreading to more users, and it grew by about 3.2% to reach
  16. The useless Windows 10 3D Objects folder is going away There was a time when Microsoft was convinced the next wave of creativity would involve us sculpting and embedding 3D objects in our homework and presentations, but it is safe to say that vision never panned out, such that in 2018 Microsoft completely removed Remix 3D, their online gallery of 3D primitives, from the Paint 3D app. A remnant of that time still remains, however, partly in the unused Paint 3D app, and also the 3D Objects folder. Now, with the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build
  17. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19042.844 with tons of fixes Today, Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for those that are on Windows 10 version 20H2 or 2004, which are currently the newest versions of the OS. This is considered to be a "C" week release (even though it's actually the D week), which means that it's optional. When you check for updates in Windows Update, you'll be given the option to take this update. The update that you're going to get is KB4601382, and it brings the build number to 19042.844 or 19041.844, depending on if you're on v
  18. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 21322 with a bunch of fixes After a couple of Friday builds in the last two weeks, Microsoft is finally back on its typical Wednesday schedule for new Windows 10 builds in the Dev channel, and today, we're getting build 21322. This build comes from an active development branch that isn't tied to a specific Windows 10 update, but this time, there are no new features. Just like most builds, though, there is a list of smaller improvements, fixes, and known issues, which you might want to check out before getting the update.
  19. Microsoft releases new Windows Feature Experience Pack in the Beta channel Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3030.0 to Insiders on the Beta channel, assuming that you haven't opted into Windows 10 version 21H1 yet. This is only for those that are still on 20H2. And in this update, there's really nothing worth thinking twice about. It only improved the reliability of the handwriting input panel. That's it. As usual, the Windows Feature Experience Pack will arrive through Windows Update. While
  20. Windows 10 Sun Valley '21H2' update: What we know so far With the upcoming Windows 10 21H1 feature update being a minor release with few improvements, Microsoft will likely include all of the new features they have introduced in Insider builds in Windows 10 21H2. Microsoft plans to release Windows 10 21H2 in the fall of 2021 after Windows 10 21H1 is released in the spring and Windows 10X afterward. Codenamed "Sun Valley." Windows 10 21H2 will be a full-featured update that includes numerous new features and improvements for the Start Menu, Taskb
  21. New app Thy Phone beings some of Your Phone’s features to the iPhone In as much as many Android users are envious of the special treatment Samsung gets from Microsoft, iPhone users have even less support, with Continue on PC the only iPhone/PC integration available to them. Developer Peter Freeman Foot has seen an opportunity and created the Thy Phone app for Windows 10 which brings some of the features of Your Phone to iOS. Specifically, the Thy Phone app will let you make hands-free calls from your PC, transmit audio from your
  22. Windows 10 21H1 coming soon, here are the new features Earlier this week, Microsoft officially announced the Windows 10 version 21H1 update and it'll begin rolling out to consumers in the first half of this year. Like the October 2020 Update (20H2), this new update also comes with a minimal set of features, general improvements, and bug fixes. Windows 10 version 21H1 is essentially based on version 2004 and version 20H2, and it'll be delivered via an enablement package. It's not a huge release and it does not bring a major overall to the operating system, b
  23. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 21318 to the Dev channel It's Friday, but there's still time for a Windows 10 Insider Preview build in the Dev channel this week. Today's build is 21318, and as usual, it's from the rs_prerelease branch, meaning that it's not tied to any specific feature update. If you want something that is tied to a feature release, that's what the Beta channel is for, and the team actually released its first Windows 10 21H1 build this week. As for today's build, there isn't much that's new, which is no surprise. The biggest change is t
  24. Windows 10 ‘Sun Valley’ is getting a new Battery Health page Microsoft is adding another section to the Battery page in Windows 10 Settings. The page is dedicated to battery health, and will let users know their usage pattern and their actual battery capacity. The section will only be enabled if OEMs declare the initial battery capacity to the OS, and the new section will become available to users with the ‘Sun Valley’ update to Windows 10 later this year. The presence of the new setting was discovered by Windows h
  25. The Windows 10 Your Phone app will soon let you control phone settings directly You will soon be able to toggle your phone’s device settings such as WIFI, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb and more directly from the Your Phone app, in its latest update. ALumia reports that version v1.21012.195.0 of the Your Phone app will now not only show you the status of your indicators but also let you adjust them. The feature is however rolling out slowly, so it may take some time to show up on your handset. You can find the Your Phone app in the Microso
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