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.
New video shows Windows 10X out of box experience in latest Insider build
A new Windows 10 Insider build was released this week, but some exciting future improvements were teased by the team. Not long after, a Windows enthusiast, Albacore, found a new video that shows the out of box experience of Windows 10X on desktop.
The Windows 10X OOBE is coming to desktop! Here's a video of it in action in build 20231. pic.twitter.com/jZXVZT62qj
— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) October 8, 2020
Phil Spencer confirms that cloud gaming for Windows PCs and Xbox consoles is still on the way
Xbox Cloud Gaming has been confirmed to still be on the way for both Windows PCs and Xbox consoles, allowing players to stream games instead of having to download them. It doesn’t appear to be the highest priority for the team, but it is something they are still looking to do, according to Phil Spencer.
Microsoft makes it easier to find support articles and release notes for Windows 10 and Microsoft 365 services
Getting support for either Windows 10 or Microsoft 365 is getting a bit easier, as Microsoft has made it easier to locate support articles and release notes. Changes include implementing a new URL structure will allow for finding knowledgebase articles by ID when searching.
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows 10 news.