Welcome back to our weekly “Windows 10 news recap” series where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s latest operating system. Let’s get started.
ProShot’s new app for Windows 10 pulled from the store due to “distribution issues”
An all-new ProShot app for Windows 10 devices released this week, however, the app has been hit heavy by “distribution issues” that have meant many people could not download the app or could download it for free when it should be paid. Due to these issues, the developer has temporarily pulled the app from the Windows Store.
343 Industries provides more details on Halo app for Windows 10 PC, coming September 8th
343 Industries is working on a Halo app for Windows 10, allowing players of the game to become closer to the game and the community surrounding it. The developers have released further information on the app, which arrives on September 8th.
Windows 10 Insiders on build 14905 can’t change Settings, a fix is in the works
For those Windows Insiders who are on build 14905, they’ll likely find that they can’t adjust their Settings. Microsoft has confirmed that a fix is in progress.
Microsoft Garage releases preview of cross-platform copy app Cache for Windows 10 PCs and iOS
Ever wanted to copy something on one device and paste it on another? We know the feelings. Microsoft Garage is working on a cross-platform solution to this problem with its latest project called Cache. The app is currently only available on Windows 10 PCs and iOS.
Kindle Paperwhites causing Windows 10 Anniversary Update PCs to crash, say reports
Reports are pouring in claiming that connecting a Kindle Paperwhite to a USB port on a Windows 10 PC running the Anniversary Update will cause it to BSOD and crash.
There’s also been some build activity over the past week, here are the details:
- Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 14393.103 to Release Preview users on PCs and phones
- Windows 10 cumulative updates KB3176936 and KB3176934 rolling out, brings Anniversary Update to 14393.82
That’s it for this week – let us know your thoughts in the comments below!Further reading: Microsoft, ProShot, Windows 10