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.
Mozilla Thunderbird to get Windows 10 native notifications
Mozilla’s desktop-based email client, Thunderbird, is set to receive support for Windows 10’s native notification system. This will bring Thunderbird notifications into the Action Centre, making them available for later viewing if you’re away when they appear. There’s no timetable for the release of this enhancement.
The White Houses’ West Wing runs on Windows 10
Windows 10 has been captured as the operating system being used in the White Houses’ Situation Room, following a meeting amongst a number of people, including President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Congressional Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, among others.
Holy shit. That's Windows 10… in the White House Situation Room. pic.twitter.com/Z7dJwIH7JC
— Zack Whittaker (@zackwhittaker) January 3, 2019
Python is now available on Windows 10 via the Microsoft Store
Users looking to run applications written in Python can now do so much easier, as the Python Software Foundation has released Python 3.7 interpreter to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10.
Google is adding Windows 10 Dark Mode support to upcoming versions of Chrome
Google Chrome users will soon have a built-in Dark Mode for their browser of choice on Windows 10, as Google is set to add support for Windows 10’s Dark Mode in upcoming versions of Chrome.
That’s it for this week – we’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!Further reading: Google Chrome, Microsoft, Microsoft Store, Mozilla Thunderbird, Python, White House, Windows 10