Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
Twitter begins adding Fleets and Revue newsletters to its web and Windows 10 apps
Updates are arriving for Twitter’s web and Windows 10 apps, which have started adding Twitter’s Fleets feature and Revue newsletters.
Microsoft releases PowerToys 0.33.1 with a new onboarding experience and localization improvements
PowerToys version 0.33.1 has been released which brings a new onboarding experience, as well as localization improvements. The new onboarding experience is designed to make it easier for new users to get started with the suite of tools.
Why hello #powerToys v0.33.1. Improved localization, new onboarding experience, new PT Run plugin manager, and just has that 'new build smell'. https://t.co/oZM9vOGRTL pic.twitter.com/P7SBK313Cy
— Clint Rutkas (@ClintRutkas) March 4, 2021
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Alarms & Clock app just updated with a whole new look
The Alarms & Clock app on Windows 10 has received a design overhaul this week. Of particular note is the larger font, as well as the addition of a fullscreen mode.
Latest update to the Microsoft Store brings hints of ‘Sun Valley’ design
Design tweaks have been made to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10, with hints of Microsoft’s “Sun Valley” design being included, though the internet was thinking Microsoft was building a whole new store experience, which doesn’t appear to be the case.
No. A new Microsoft Store app is not rolling out. It's simply an *update* (like we normally release) to the existing Store app in Windows 10 with improvements. The Store now displays the same whatever the size of the window and has an updated progress ring. That's it. https://t.co/INXFROEtHe
— Brandon LeBlanc (@brandonleblanc) March 2, 2021
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news.