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How to manage wireless network connections in Windows 10.In this how-to guide, we will go through the new “Network & Internet” Settings to learn how to manage wireless connections in your Windows 10 PC. In Windows 10, Microsoft is adding a huge number of improvements and features.
Make your own Windows 10 apps with the latest beta of Windows App Studio. Microsoft’s Windows App Studio is still technically in beta. Now the service, which allows anyone to make simple Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 apps for free, has been updated to support creating Windows 10 apps as well.
Windows 10 build 10125: A new polished design for Jump Lists.Microsoft has improved the design of Jump Lists in Windows 10 build 10125. The design is now much more polished and matches the look of the Notification Center, volume control, and other areas of the operating system. For comparative purposes, check out the image below showcasing Jump Lists on build 10041.
Microsoft announced Windows Hello a few months ago, but has been rather quiet on the feature since. Windows Hello is a new form of security for your Windows PC which allows you to login with your face. It requires special hardware with IR sensors which checks to make sure it is actually you trying to login.
How to: Rebuilding your search index in Windows 10. The easiest first thing to do would be typing “indexing options” into the search bar and selecting the top result…. but of course this is a guide for fixing a broken search function.
what’s new in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 build 10122. Following the release of Windows 10 build 10122 earlier, Microsoft has posted some more details on what’s new and improved in its Edge browser, including support for InPrivate mode, pinning sites to Start, and much more.
If you have a device with an older version of Windows or Windows Phone, Microsoft has now revealed more information on the specific upgrade paths that will available to get to Windows 10.