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.
Windows 10 May 2019 Update officially released, starts rolling out to all users today
The next major update for Windows 10, the May 2019 Update, has officially launched and is rolling out to users.
Your Phone Windows 10 app is getting a new icon and support for MMS messages
As Microsoft continues to work on its PC to phone integration app, Your Phone, it has released a new icon for the app, as well as added support for MMS messages.
#WindowsInsiders with #Android phones guess what? With v1.19051.545 we started rolling out MMS support. You now can send and receive messages containing images and GIFs from #YourPhone app! (Just in time for those GOT memes 😁) Note: Requires OS 18362.113+(19H1) Or 18885+ (20H1). pic.twitter.com/Ybxen8f7T5
— Roberto Bojorquez [Microsoft] (@bojorchess) May 21, 2019
Windows 10 Your Phone app no longer requires Wi-Fi to sync with Android phones
In another update to the Your Phone app, the app no longer requires WiFi to sync with Android phones. This will please those who often are using 4G to connect with their devices.
Happy to announce the rollout of the #1 feature you have been asking for: #YourPhone now supports sync over mobile data! No need to have your phone connected to WiFi anymore for messaging, photos, and notifications. Mobile app version 3.8.4. Go to settings>sync over mobile data! pic.twitter.com/KcAGh3Qt8N
— Roberto Bojorquez [Microsoft] (@bojorchess) May 18, 2019
All Windows 10 versions get a patch to fix issue with UK government websites
An issue that could prevent some users from accessing UK Government websites using Microsoft Edger or Internet Explorer 11 has caused Microsoft to release a patch, on a weekend, to all supported versions of Windows 10, in order to ensure that users can access vital UK Government services.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!