Windows 10 news recap: Windows XP source code leaks, Your Phone gets notification pinning, 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.

Your Phone app for Windows 10 gets new notifications pinning feature

A new feature is rolling out to the Your Phone app on Windows 10 which will allow you to pin/save important notifications. Pinned notifications will then stick to the top of your feed.

Pinned Notifications

Ignite 2020: Microsoft’s Surface Hub 2S digital whiteboard is getting a new 85-inch variant next year

The Surface Hub 2S, Microsoft’s digital whiteboard, will be getting a larger version next year. With the 2S coming in at 50″, Microsoft is set to launch an 85-inch variant.

Surface Hub 2s 85 Inch Model

Source code for Windows XP has leaked online

The source code of Windows XP has leaked online. So far, Microsoft has not commented on the leak, and it is not clear if the leak of the source code will leave any current Windows XP users at risk, such as from security flaws that may be surfaced as a result of the leak.

Windows XP Bliss wallpaper

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

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