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Techeia News Update: August 10, 2018 at 08:55AM

windows 10 As-it-happens update ⋅ 10 August 2018 NEWS Windows 10 Chrome users: Now you get Google alerts in Action Center ZDNet Microsoft's "nearly" 700 million Windows 10 users, most of whom use Google Chrome, can soon expect to see Chrome notifications delivered through ... Google Chrome 68 Can Now Send Notifications via Windows 10 Action Center - NDTV Microsoft and Google bring native Windows 10 notifications to Chrome 68 - The INQUIRER Google Chrome Starts Using Native Windows 10 Notifications – Browser Will Respect Action ... - Wccftech Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Windows 10 File Explorer: Microsoft shows off dark theme you can expect this fall ZDNet Windows 10 itself has had dark theme available for a while, but it wasn't enabled for File Explorer. It recently rolled out the feature for outlook.com too. Windows 10 now has a fully-functioning Dark Theme for File Explorer - The INQUIRER Windows 10's latest preview converts File Explorer fully to the dark side - TechRadar List of what's fixed and broken in latest Windows 10 build 17733 - WindowsLatest (blog) Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Open, Cortana: Voice assistant used to bypass locked Windows 10 machine security ZDNet Described as a "Cortana Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability," the vulnerability impacts Windows 10 machines and Windows 10 Servers. Flag as irrelevant How to dictate text and speak commands in Windows 10 TechRepublic Windows has long provided its own Speech Recognition tool to set up and use voice dictation. Windows 10 adds to the mix with its own speech ... Flag as irrelevant IT admins warn Microsoft to slow Windows 10 upgrade pace Computerworld Microsoft should dial back its aggressive Windows 10 release schedule, IT administrators said, to a slower tempo of one feature upgrade annually - or ... Microsoft MVP: Microsoft's Windows Patching Model Is Too Fast - Redmond Channel Partner Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant Windows 10 to get disposable sandboxes for dodgy apps Ars Technica Microsoft is building a new Windows 10 sandboxing feature that will let users run untrusted software in a virtualized environment that's discarded when ... 'InPrivate Desktop' security feature will let Windows 10 sandbox untrusted software - Windows Central Windows 10 'InPrivate Desktop' security feature outlined - HEXUS Windows 10 could get a "InPrivate Desktop" feature to help users run untrusted software - OnMSFT (blog) Full Coverage Flag as irrelevant WinGo Maps review: Not the Windows 10 Google Maps app you're looking for Windows Central Third-party Google apps aren't rare in the Microsoft Store. Google won't release apps in the store and developers are happy to fill the gap. WinGo ... Flag as irrelevant State of Decay 2 gets massive 3.0 update on Xbox One and Windows 10 OnMSFT (blog) Once again, State of Decay 2 loyalists are being rewarded with another feature packed update. The new update simply titled Content Update 3.0 went ... Flag as irrelevant Windows 10 Enterprise To Include 'In-Private' Virtual Machine eTeknix Since the launch of Windows 10, I think it's fair to say that Microsoft has been working hard to make it a pretty great operating system. Whether you ... Flag as irrelevant Touch VPN not working: Here's how to fix it on Windows 10 Windows Report (blog) As Windows 10 regularly receives updates, please make sure you have the latest version of Touch VPN. You need to keep your VPN software up to ... Flag as irrelevant See more results | Edit this alert You have received this email because you have subscribed to Google Alerts. Unsubscribe | View all your alerts Receive this alert as RSS feed Send Feedback

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