Windows 10 news recap: Windows Update will tell you if your PC isn’t ready for May 2019 Update, WhatsApp could disappear from Microsoft Store soon, 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 Update can now tell you if your PC isn’t ready for the May 2019 Update

If your PC isn’t ready to take on the May 2019 Update, Windows Update is now able to tell you.

Windows 10 news recap: Windows Update will tell you if your PC isn't ready for May 2019 Update, WhatsApp could disappear from Microsoft Store soon, and more OnMSFT.com June 22, 2019

Microsoft wants to bring ability to uninstall PWAs from Windows 10 Settings to all Chromium-based browsers

In Microsoft’s continued commitment to Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) the company is working on making it so that all Chromium-based browsers have the ability to uninstall PWAs from the Settings app in Windows 10.

Windows 10 news recap: Windows Update will tell you if your PC isn't ready for May 2019 Update, WhatsApp could disappear from Microsoft Store soon, and more OnMSFT.com June 22, 2019

WhatsApp app for Windows Phone may disappear from the Microsoft Store after July 1

With WhatsApp dropping support for Windows Phone this year, it looks like the app may disappear from the Microsoft Store as soon as next month, according to an FAQ on the WhatsApp website.

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Microsoft quietly re-list Huawei PCs in its Microsoft Store

After removing Huawei PCs from the Microsoft Store following the US ban of the company, Microsoft has quietly re-listed Huawei PCs on the Microsoft Store.

Windows 10 news recap: Windows Update will tell you if your PC isn't ready for May 2019 Update, WhatsApp could disappear from Microsoft Store soon, and more OnMSFT.com June 22, 2019

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

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