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 Timeline extension for Google Chrome now available again, renamed to “Timeline Support”
After having a shaky start with a trademark dispute, the extension for Google Chrome that adds support for Windows Timeline is now available again, but with a new name of “Timeline Support”.
Twitter PWA on Windows 10 picks up the ability to send multiple tweets with one click
Users of Twitter’s app on Windows 10 can now send multiple tweets at the same time with just one click, known as threaded tweets.
Dark Theme for File Explorer looks better in latest Insider build, but it’s still not perfect
Microsoft has been busy working on File Explorer’s new dark theme with Windows Insiders. The latest update has seen some tweaks made to the theme to make it better, but it’s still not quite up to scratch.
Dark Theme support in File Explorer is complete in 17733 – RS5.
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Windows 10 could get a “InPrivate Desktop” feature to help users run untrusted software
To help protect users who want to run untrusted software, Microsoft could be working on adding a new feature called “InPrivate Desktop”. The feature would essentially create a temporary, sandboxed desktop environment, dubbed a “speedy VM”.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!Further reading: Microsoft, Twitter, Windows 10