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.
New report confirms Andromeda isn’t dead, at least not yet
Andromeda headlines are all over the place at the moment. One moment it’s dead, the next it’s just postponed, then it’s back but may die at some point. Now, it looks as if Microsoft has postponed Andromeda, at least for 2018, as there is no app ecosystem to support it.
So like @maryjofoley I'm hearing Andromeda is definitely not coming in 2018. OEM devices may come, but not with Andromeda OS as it's not ready. The entire project is now under review because there's no app ecosystem to support it
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) July 6, 2018
Microsoft’s ‘Surface Go’ is unceremoniously revealed after mountains of recent leaks
Leaks of Microsoft’s 10″ Surface device, now known as the Surface Go, have been making the rounds weeks before Microsoft finally revealed the device, to little fanfare as a result of the leaks and claims that it is overpriced for what it offers.
Firefox browser’s light and dark themes will soon match Windows 10’s
Firefox is getting onboard with Windows 10’s built-in light and dark themes, saying that it will soon match its own light and dark themes to that of Windows 10’s, creating a more universal look for those who use the Firefox web browser.
— Firefox Nightly (@FirefoxNightly) July 10, 2018
Dropbox app ceases working on Windows 8.1 PCs and tablets
The official Dropbox app has stopped working on older Windows versions, Windows 8.1. It is no longer available in the Store, and those with the app already installed will notice that it just doesn’t work.
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows 10 news!Further reading: Andromeda, Dropbox, Firefox, Microsoft, Surface Go, Windows 10, Windows 8.1