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Microsoft is doing the last minute preparation for the final release of Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version: 1903). If you are awaiting for this update, make sure that you are having enough storage space to install it on your system.

 

Microsoft updated the minimum hardware requirements that Windows 10 needs for successful installation. Windows 10 May 2019 Update won't install on systems having small disks.

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Windows 10 May 2019 Update, as the name suggests, Microsoft is going to release the next feature update (19H1) in the month of May 2019. If you are having Windows 10, a new support document warns that the update won't install if the system has external USB storage attached to it.

 

As the tech giant company already noticed an issue with drive reassignment, they have blocked the installation of the update to devices having external storage.

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More or less, almost everyone aware about the Windows "Safely Remove Hardware" option while working with Pen drives or any other USB devices to protect the integrity of data on those devices. Life is too short to perform such additional activity!

 

With the Windows 10 version 1809 and later, Microsoft changed the default removal policy for external storage media which will allow you to say 'Good Bye' to Safely Remove Hardware option.

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Windows Virtual Desktop Preview is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running in the cloud, which provides you the ability to deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes.

 

The service from Microsoft has now entered into public preview. That means, you can now access this service and provide your early beta feedback to Microsoft.

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Microsoft released a new update to Windows 10 insiders that will allow them to mirror their Android mobile screen on Windows 10 using the 'Your Phone' app, which was first released with Windows 10 October 2018 update. This new feature is still in the early preview release.

 

While most of the people are eagerly waiting for the April 2019 update, at that moment a new feature on the same branch gave a significate excitements.

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While Windows 10 insiders are waiting for next preview build from the 19H1 development branch, the tech giant company Microsoft on Thursday gave a big surprise to the insiders and released first preview build from the 20H1 branch, skipping one complete feature branch.

 

Yes you heard it right! Microsoft released Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 18836 from the 20H1 branch to the insiders who have already opted for Skip Ahead.

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Microsoft released a new preview version of Windows 10 Software Development Kit (Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview Build 18327), which you can download and install in latest Windows 10 insiders build from the 19H1 branch.

 

As it is from development branch, you can compile and test your apps to make them ready. You are not allowed to publish apps to store that built with preview SDK.

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As Microsoft is approaching to polish the next feature update of Windows 10 (19H1), which is going to be release in the month of April 2019, the tech giant company has already started preparing for 19H2 development.

 

Microsoft now opened the Skip Ahead option to the Windows Insiders who are eagerly waiting to start testing the next feature update.

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If you like to take pictures in RAW image format, Good News! The next feature update of Windows 10 will natively support those image formats by using a store-delivered RAW Codec Package, which is currently in beta stage.

 

Microsoft released a new Windows 10 insiders preview build 18323. If you are a Windows Insider in the Fast Ring, you can try it right way.

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Microsoft, in its support FAQ page, asked its users to switch to supported Android or iOS devices as the tech giant company announces End of Support for Windows 10 Mobile. With no surprise the news hits the fans of Windows Mobile as Windows Phone 8.1 already entered into this phase in 2017.

 

Are you a fan of Windows Mobile and still using it? Let's learn what this "End of Support" means to you and how its going to effect you.

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Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 18317 to the insiders in the Fast Ring. The new build, released on 16th January 2019, includes some enhancements to Windows 10 which we are expected to see in April 2019 feature release.

 

Along with the new enhancements, the build also includes few known issues. Make sure to check the release notes before upgrading to this build.

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Sometimes, you have a few pages in a PDF that you want to transfer into another PDF. Instead of rescanning the pictures, you can simply edit the PDF document by adding the pages you need. If you scan the documents again, you are going to have to turn on the scanner and pay more electricity bills. You actually don't need to use any software to add pages in a PDF document.

 

In Windows 10, you can merge the PDF for free by using the Print command. Let's learn the ways to add pages to PDF on Windows 10.

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Microsoft released new Windows 10 preview build 18312 to the Windows Insiders, who are in the Fast Ring. This build includes Reserved Storage feature, which will get enabled based on when you complete the reserved storage quest.

 

In addition to this, there are some additional improvements included in Build 18312. This includes improvements to Reset this PC, new command-line options to the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

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Microsoft is now moving towards implementing a completely secure, password-less login experience to Windows 10, which is expected to release publicly to all Windows 10 users with next feature update in April 2019.

 

Before the public release, you might be curious to know how to use a password-less account to signin to Windows 10. Let's learn how to configure it.

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Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18309 from the 19H1 branch to the Windows Insiders in the fast ring. Though this build does not include long features list, but includes a notable changes to the Windows experience.

 

If you are a Windows Insider in the Fast ring, check for updates. But before that, check the known issues that still present in this new preview build.

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While Microsoft already released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update recently, they have already started working on the next major feature update (code named: 19H1) and have already released few preview builds to the insiders.

 

Among those new enhancements, the Windows Security app also got some noticeable feature updates in latest Windows 10 build 18305.

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Those who mostly work with the Windows Task Manager, be it the "Processes", "Performance", "Users" or "Details" tabs, opening the Task Manager and then navigating to the specific tab is few clicks away. Microsoft now improved the Task Manager by adding an option to set the default tab.

 

The feature is yet to release to general public, but Microsoft has already previewed it to the Windows Insiders. Checkout to know how you can set the default tab.

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Windows Sandbox is a new lightweight, virtual desktop environment for Windows 10. It allows safe space where you can run any applications that you feel unsafe. Once you have finished running the app, you can dispose the entire sandbox without any worries.

 

With the Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 18305, Microsoft previewed this feature that demonstrates how easy it is to keep your system safe from applications that is untrusty.

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Earlier this month, Microsoft said that the company will now move its Edge browser from EdgeHTML to Google's Chromium based open-source rendering engine to improve website compatibility and support Chrome plugins.

 

And now Microsoft has opened-up the signup page for beta testers to test Chromium based Microsoft Edge. Join the "Microsoft Edge Insiders program" today to know when preview builds are available.

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