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.
Spotify’s rolling out a new design for Windows 10 and Mac desktops as well as the web
A new design is rolling out for Spotify across desktop platforms, including Windows 10, to bring a simpler and more accessible experience. The new experience is also rolling out to the web version of Spotify.
Windows 10’s new Facebook app just dropped its Beta tag
Facebook’s new Windows 10 app has dropped its Beta tag. Whilst the new app hasn’t been around for long, it appears that Facebook is confident enough to release it as its official new app for Windows 10.
Outlook for Windows will get support for suggested replies this month
Responding to emails using Outlook for Windows is set to get quicker next month, as suggested replies will be arriving, providing automated suggestions for how to reply to an email.
Windows 10 Telegram app now supports advanced voice chats with millions of listeners
Telegram has released an update for its Windows 10 app which brings its “Voice Calls 2.0”, which allows users to create voice calls from within groups and channels and allow for millions of concurrent listeners at any one time. Voice chats can also be recorded and published for later listening.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news.