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Microsoft Windows Terminal Preview 1.4 Hyperlink support

Microsoft Ignite 2020: Edge on Linux, Windows Terminal Preview 1.4, WSL2 updates, and more

At its annual Ignite developer conference, Microsoft has announced a host of developer-centric changes coming to Windows 10. As per recent blog posts shared by the company, these changes aim to simplify app development on the platform and offer developers better tools to stay focused and productive. Here are some of the most noteworthy announcements […]

Microsoft Your Phone Sent from Phone section

Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app is testing a “sent from phone” option for sharing links, images, and notes

Back in 2018, Microsoft debuted the Your Phone app on Windows 10 as a means to help users connect their Android devices to their PCs. Since then, the app has received support for a bunch of useful features, including RCS support, cross-device copy and paste, music playback controls, and most recently, the ability to launch […]

Microsoft Your Phone Sent from Phone section

Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app is testing a “sent from phone” option for sharing links, images, and notes

Back in 2018, Microsoft debuted the Your Phone app on Windows 10 as a means to help users connect their Android devices to their PCs. Since then, the app has received support for a bunch of useful features, including RCS support, cross-device copy and paste, music playback controls, and most recently, the ability to launch […]

Windows 10 WSL 2

WSL 2 in Windows 10 now supports mounting Linux filesystems like EXT4

After announcing Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) during Microsoft Build last year, Microsoft rolled out the feature to users with the Windows 10 May 2020 update (v. 2004) earlier this year. The update introduced a full Linux kernel to the stable Windows 10 branch, and the company also made WSL 2 updateable through […]

Windows 10 WSL 2

WSL 2 in Windows 10 now supports mounting Linux filesystems like EXT4

After announcing Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) during Microsoft Build last year, Microsoft rolled out the feature to users with the Windows 10 May 2020 update (v. 2004) earlier this year. The update introduced a full Linux kernel to the stable Windows 10 branch, and the company also made WSL 2 updateable through […]

Windows 10 Insider touch keyboard improvements

Microsoft is revamping Windows 10’s touch keyboard with better voice typing, GIFs, and emojis

In an attempt to improve the input experience for Windows 10 users with touch screen devices, Microsoft is rolling out a significant update for Windows Insiders in the dev channel. The latest Windows Insider update brings improvements to the platform’s touch keyboard, a new voice typing experience, an enhanced emoji picker, and much more. Here’s […]

Windows 10 Insider touch keyboard improvements

Microsoft is revamping Windows 10’s touch keyboard with better voice typing, GIFs, and emojis

In an attempt to improve the input experience for Windows 10 users with touch screen devices, Microsoft is rolling out a significant update for Windows Insiders in the dev channel. The latest Windows Insider update brings improvements to the platform’s touch keyboard, a new voice typing experience, an enhanced emoji picker, and much more. Here’s […]

Android Studio on Windows

Android App Basics: How to install Android Studio on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS

If you’re just getting started in Android app development, you may or may not know of Android Studio. It’s Google’s official IDE (integrated development environment) made specifically for developing native Android apps. For Java or Kotlin Android apps, there’s no better option in terms of ease of development. Of course, Android Studio is a development […]

Android Studio on Windows

Android App Basics: How to install Android Studio on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS

If you’re just getting started in Android app development, you may or may not know of Android Studio. It’s Google’s official IDE (integrated development environment) made specifically for developing native Android apps. For Java or Kotlin Android apps, there’s no better option in terms of ease of development. Of course, Android Studio is a development […]