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Windows news recap: third-party widgets may come to Microsoft Store, all Windows 11 users can now easily switch default browser, and more

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.

Microsoft makes it easier to provide feedback on Windows 365

Windows 365 is being integrated into the Microsoft Feedback Portal, making it easier for users to provide feedback. This replaces the feature request board in the Windows Tech Community.

Microsoft makes it easier to provide feedback on Windows 365 - OnMSFT.com - April 15, 2022

Windows 11 users may soon be able to install third-party widgets from Microsoft Store

More evidence has surfaced of third-party widget support coming to the Microsoft Store, as details in a widget manifest highlight.

All Windows 11 users can now easily switch default browsers

The process of setting the default browser in Windows 11 has been simplified in the latest cumulative update. What was originally a tedious process has been simplified.

change default browser in Windows 11

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

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