Welcome back to our Windows news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
The Microsoft Store for Business and Education won't ship on Windows 11 and will reach EOL in 2023
The Microsoft Store for Business and Education in Windows 10 allows organisations to decide which apps they would like to distribute within their own private store, but Windows 11 is set to ditch this, whilst in 2023, the feature will reach its End of Life.
Microsoft Edge quietly appears on the Windows 11 Microsoft Store
The Windows 11 Microsoft Store, despite Windows 11 only being in preview, now shows Microsoft Edge within it. It downloads and installs in the same way as downloading Microsoft Edge from the internet, but provides a central place to obtain and update from.
Yes, it's happening. You'll be able to download Microsoft Edge from the Microsoft Store (fun fact: the publisher is called "Microsoft Corporation II") pic.twitter.com/owrjJqlzcX
— Aggiornamenti Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) July 20, 2021
Kaspersky: Fake Windows 11 installers infecting unsuspecting users with malware
Fake Windows 11 installers are making their rounds on the internet, aiming to trick unsuspecting users into installing malicious software on their systems.
Microsoft's printer woes continue: July security update breaks printing and scanning on some systems
It appears Microsoft still hasn't been able to get a handle on Windows 10's printer issues, as it has been found that the July security update breaks some devices that use smart-card authentication.
That's it for this week. We'll be back next week with more Windows news.