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.
Mozilla believes “more can be done” following Windows 11 default browser change
Whilst Microsoft has adjusted its stance on default browser settings in Windows 11, Mozilla isn’t convinced it goes far enough, saying that “more can be done”, in particular noting that it feels the number of steps to change the default browser should be reduced.
Microsoft is rebranding Your Phone as Phone Link, redesigning the app
Microsoft’s solution to link your phone and PC together, Your Phone, is being rebranded to Phone Link. Along with the name change also comes a fresh new look.
Windows Security gets even better with new feature that protects against malicious drivers
A new option has been added to the built-in Windows Security feature. The new option enables protection against vulnerable drivers.
New Windows security option: Enable more aggressive blocklist which includes vulnerable drivers pic.twitter.com/n3b2GzAWHA
— David Weston (DWIZZZLE) (@dwizzzleMSFT) March 27, 2022
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows news.