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.
Microsoft Store gains a new Windows 10 drawing app with CorelDRAW
The Microsoft Store on Windows 10 has added another big name to its roster of apps. CorelDRAW, a graphics suite, is now available from the store, allowing users to easily purchase their graphics suite of choice, while keeping it updated automatically. It comes with support for the Surface Dial.
Windows 10 Camera app is getting Office Lens integration
The Camera app on Windows 10 now has some features of Office Lens integrated into it. Users can now use the Camera app to scan documents and whiteboards, making it easier to convert real-world documents and notes into virtual replicas.
Windows 10 Game bar can now display the battery level of your Xbox One controller
For those who use the Game Bar in Windows 10 while using an Xbox One controller, the bar will now show the battery level of the controller, making it easier to know when you’ll next need to plug-in to keep your gaming session going.
Thanks to fan feedback, the latest Windows 10 Game bar now displays the status of your #Xbox One controller battery life. Just connect an Xbox One Wireless Controller and then hit the Xbox button or Win+G to bring up Game bar pic.twitter.com/A6PdUve1oa
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) March 12, 2019
Pausing Windows 10 updates for up to 35 days feature may be coming to Home Edition
When Windows 10 19H1 releases, it’s looking like Microsoft will be giving Home Edition users a little more flexibility over when to install updates. The company could be looking to extend the length of time that users can pause Windows 10 updates for, raising the limit to 35 days. The current limit is 7 days.
A Reddit user clean installed Build 18356 and found that Windows 10 Home users might be able to pause updates up to 35 days in version 1903https://t.co/iTcIzCg6HV
— Richard Hay (@WinObs) March 13, 2019
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Store, Office Lens, Windows 10