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 Edge runs flash on Facebook without your permission
Microsoft’s web browser, Microsoft Edge, has been found to be running Flash on Facebook and many other websites without requesting permission from the user, despite Flash not supposedly being able to run without permission, for privacy and security reasons.
The default Flash whitelist in Edge (https://t.co/JxStUIxByE) really surprised me. So many sites for which I'm completely baffled as to why they're there. Like a site of a hairdresser in Spain(https://t.co/50xdJvzksA)?! I wonder how the list was formed. And if MSRC knew about it.
— Ivan Fratric (@ifsecure) February 19, 2019
Microsoft’s new Office app for Windows 10 is now available for all users
A new Office app has been launched in the Microsoft Store on Windows 10. It acts as a central hub to access all of your other Office apps, similar to office.com.
Google Chrome gets Windows Mixed Reality support, available now for Canary testers
Google Chrome is adding support for Windows Mixed Reality. Users of Google Chrome’s Canary builds can now make use of the newly-added support, This allows virtual reality within Google Chrome to be used with Windows Mixed Reality devices.
Microsoft’s Windows Timeline feature comes to Google’s Chrome browser
Microsoft has launched a new extension for Google Chrome. The extension, called Web Activities Chrome, adds support for Windows Timeline to Chrome, helping bring all of your Chrome browsing history to Windows Timeline.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!Further reading: Google Chrome, Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, Windows 10, Windows Mixed Reality