Windows 10 news recap: Internet Explorer 11 to be retired, Windows 10X confirmed to not be coming this year, and more

Jack Wilkinson

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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 plans to retire, end support for IE11 on June 15, 2022 in favor of the new Edge

Support for Internet Explorer 11 is to end in June 2022, with the web browser set to be retired and Microsoft’s new Microsoft Edge browser to replace it.

Microsoft confirms Windows 10X isn’t coming this year, but its innovations will live on in Windows 10

Following earlier reports that Windows 10X has been shelved, at least for now, if not entirely, Microsoft has now confirmed that it will not be releasing Windows 10X this year. Instead, its technology and features will be merged into the core Windows 10 operating system.

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Microsoft starts rolling out Windows 10 version 21H1 to all users, here’s how to get it

All users have started receiving the Windows 10 version 21H1 update this week. However, it may take longer for some users to receive it as Microsoft is taking a cautious approach to rolling it out, in order to provide a stable download experience.

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Windows 10 on ARM users can now use a native version of Adobe Photoshop

A native version of Adobe Photoshop is now available for users of Windows 10 on ARM. But there are some downsides, at least for now, as there are a number of missing features, including Windows Dial support, Shake Reduction filter, importing/exporting video layers, among others.

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That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news.