Windows 10 news recap: new Dropbox desktop app on the way, iCloud joins the Microsoft Store, and more

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Email Twitter: @TheJackah Jun 16th, 2019 inNews

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.

Opera launches world’s first ‘gaming browser’ – Opera GX

Opera has launched a new web browser that focuses on gamers and streamers. It is essentially Opera but with additional add-ons, such as limiting the RAM and CPU usage of the browser, helping to keep resources free for the games you’re playing. It comes packed with all the features found in the regular version of Opera, such as ad blocker.

All-new desktop app on Windows and Mac for the “new Dropbox” is launching

Dropbox has announced that it is working on a new desktop app for Windows and Mac. It will deliver new features such as integration with Zoom and Slack, whilst also allowing the opening of Office or Google Drive files within the app itself.

Apple’s iCloud app joins the Microsoft Store

Users of Windows 10 can now get Apple’s iCloud app from within the Microsoft Store to help them manage their iCloud files on Windows. The app integrates with the File Explorer to provide a seamless experience of managing files.

Microsoft’s next Surface Pen could double as a bluetooth earpiece

A new patent from Microsoft shows that the company has been looking into a Surface Pen that can double up as a Bluetooth earpiece, making it easier to carry around the Surface Pen, moving away from the idea of a magnetic attachment.

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

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