Microsoft is set to release a major update for its Windows operating system, which might be named "Windows 11 2024 Update". A recent hint suggests that the update is nearing completion as the company has compiled an internal build with a higher build number.
The long-awaited ChatGPT-powered "GPTs" are now accessible in the free version of Microsoft Copilot. The tech giant has confirmed that the GPTs feature will not be restricted to the Pro subscription and is currently being made available to the general public.
Microsoft is cooking up a nifty addition to your favorite text-editing app, and it's all about AI. Think of it as having a mini-helper in your Notepad, ready to assist you as you type away.
When you perform a clean install of Windows 11 Build 26020 or newer, available in the Canary channel, you will notice that WordPad is no longer pre-installed. Microsoft confirmed the feature cannot be reinstalled.
Windows 11's next big update could be a game changer! Microsoft is taking the AI game to the next level with new Windows Copilot features that can automatically identify and fix app issues, suggest Wi-Fi settings, and much more.
Microsoft could be restoring the classic search bar in File Explorer for Windows 10. This change is rolling out with Windows 10's December 2023 Update (KB5033372), which restores the classic search without Microsoft 365 or OneDrive integration is back.
Microsoft is working on a new "Advanced Settings" panel for Windows 11 via Dev Home, an app targeted towards developers. This new panel could enable greater control over File Explorer features, such as changing the full path settings, folder icon and more.
Microsoft is working on a new version of Windows, codenamed "24H2". It could be either called Windows 11 24H2 or Windows 12, as the decision depends on Microsoft's marketing team. At this point, Windows 12 branding seems unlikely, following the recent organizational changes.
A recent Windows Update caused a metadata mix-up, leading to various printers being incorrectly identified and labeled as "HP LaserJet M101-M106" on both Windows 10 and Windows 11 systems. This issue arose due to incorrect metadata details provided by HP.
Despite Microsoft's promotion of Copilot, there is skepticism about its utility, especially in its current form on Windows 10, where it lacks the functionality of a native app. Do you think Copilot is worth pinning to the desktop? Let's discuss.