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 Windows 10 app will soon let you respond to notifications, Insiders can test it now
Starting with Insiders first, the Your Phone app on Windows 10 will let you respond to notifications using the app.
— Aarthi Hatter (@aarthi_hatter) September 26, 2019
New leaks reveal more info on Surface Pro 7, ARM-powered “Surface 7,” and new Microsoft Ergonomic keyboard
Leaks are revealing more information on Microsoft’s upcoming Surface products. Of particular note, the leaks suggest the Surface Pro 7 will swap the Mini Display port for a USB-C port, bringing it into the modern times. Other details also emerged, such as an ARM-powered Surface 7 device, and more. You can read the full details here.
Microsoft is bringing back the classics:
Microsoft Classic Ergonomic Keyboard USB
Microsoft Classic Ergonomic Mouse USB
MIcrosoft Classic Bluetooth Keyboard
Microsoft Classic Bluetooth Mouse
Also, tons of new colors for Surface periphals: https://t.co/31QJ5lV4Xt
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) September 27, 2019
AdDuplex: Windows 10 version 1903 now 45.5% of surveyed PCs
AdDuplex’s latest report shows that Windows 10 version 1903 is on 45.5% of surveyed Windows 10 PCs.
Battery indicator in Windows 10 Your Phone app is now rolling out to all users
Users of the Your Phone app on Windows 10 will be able to see the level of battery of their mobile device, as part of a new update that is rolling out this week.
And this feature is now starting to roll out to all our #YourPhone users! Thanks to @baileyg2016 and some of our other interns this summer who worked on bringing this feature to life. https://t.co/4jInxKysfp
— Analy Otero Diaz (@AnalyMsft) September 23, 2019
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!