Windows 10 news recap: Movies & TV gets new video editing features, Wileyfox delays Windows 10 Mobile handset release and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap. We are continuing the trend of our weekly “Windows 10 news recap” series where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Windows 10 Movies & TV app gets video editing features with new update

The default Movies & TV app within Windows 10 has been updated with new features that allow users to edit videos. There's a number of editing tools, including trimming videos, drawing, slow motion and more.

Windows 10 news recap: movies & tv gets new video editing features, wileyfox delays windows 10 mobile handset release and more - onmsft. Com - december 3, 2017

Wileyfox delays its Windows 10 Mobile handset launch by two weeks

Mobile phone manufacturer Wileyfox has delayed the launch of its Windows 10 Mobile handset. Originally planned for December 4th, the device is now expected launch on December 18th, according to Amazon.

Windows 10 news recap: movies & tv gets new video editing features, wileyfox delays windows 10 mobile handset release and more - onmsft. Com - december 3, 2017

Spotify Windows 10 app picks up Live Tile support with latest update

Spotify has updated its Windows 10 app to add Live Tile support, the first Windows 10 specific feature for the app to support which being added to the Microsoft Store.

Windows 10 news recap: movies & tv gets new video editing features, wileyfox delays windows 10 mobile handset release and more - onmsft. Com - december 3, 2017

Windows 10 now boasts 600 million monthly active devices, says Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella has said that Windows 10 now has over 600 million monthly active devices, meaning it has added over 100 million monthly active devices in a seven month period.

Satya nadella build 2017

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

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