Windows 10 news recap: Surface Laptop 4 announced, Windows Terminal gets a new Settings UI, and more

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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 Terminal version 1.7 is out with new Settings UI

Version 1.7 of Windows Terminal has started rolling out to users, and with it comes a new interface for Settings, whilst a new Preview version has also been released, coming in at version 1.8.

Windows Terminal version 1.7 is out with new Settings UI OnMSFT.com April 15, 2021

Xodo PDF Reader updates on Windows 10 with new viewer settings

Users of the Xodo PDF Reader app have received a new update this week that brings new viewer settings, as well as some bug fixes. You can see the changelog here.

Xodo PDF Reader app on Windows 10
Xodo PDF Reader app on Windows 10

Microsoft unveils new Surface Laptop 4

The latest Surface Laptop was announced by Microsoft this week, introducing the Surface Laptop 4. With the latest incarnation of the Surface Laptop, customers will have a choice of either Intel or AMD CPUs on both the 13" and 15" models. Whilst the design of the new and old laptop are essentially identical, there is a new "Ice Blue" finish.

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

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