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Should I post the Microsoft Edge Dev change log every week?
Share your opinion! In the meantime, here's today's one: Hello Insiders! Today we’re releasing build 89.0.723.0 to the Dev channel. As you can see, this is our first build for version 89, and here’s everything exciting it’s got: Added features: Added the ability to run an on-demand scan for leaked passwords from the Passwords Settings page. Added a website permission to Cookies and Site Data for pre-loading websites. Added an option to have downloaded PDFs open in the default PDF reader instead of Edge. Added keyboard shortcut information to the Share, Copy, and Paste Settings page. Enabled work from Chromium to reduce battery usage by background tabs. Enabled support for management policies from Chromium for Printing Allowed Background Graphics Modes and Printing Background Graphics Default. Improved reliability: Fixed an issue where Edge doesn’t start and instead gives an error that the “side by side configuration is invalid”. Fixed a crash on launch on Linux. Fixed a crash on shutdown when the browser is closed quickly after creating a new tab. Fixed a crash during shutdown. Fixed a crash when using vertical tabs. Fixed an issue where re-opening an IE mode tab that was previously closed sometimes crashes the browser. Changed behavior: Fixed an issue where there’s an invisible or un-selectable tab in the tab strip. Fixed an issue where the … menu’s icon direction is vertical instead of horizontal. Fixed an issue where middle-clicking on a folder in the Favorites menu doesn’t open all its content in new tabs. Fixed an issue where clicking on the Favorites menu or History menu button when the menu is open doesn’t close the menu. Fixed an issue where certain website permissions in Settings are blank. Fixed an issue where the button in Settings to manage printers doesn’t work. Fixed an issue where autofill sometimes suggests older or out-of-date passwords for websites. (continued because of character limit below)
Windows 101: How to use emojis on Windows 10
Windows 10 makes it easy to communicate with emojis. Tell your stories in pictures using the Windows 10 emoji panel. ❤🏖🌞
Office Lens: Giving you a scanner in your pocket
Learn how to use Office Lens to turn paper documents and handwritten notes into digital content at your fingertips.
Troubleshoot USB printer issues in Windows 10
Don’t panic in the face of printing problems. Learn helpful troubleshooting tips and tricks for troubleshooting USB printer issues from the Windows print team.
Background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10
Create your own background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10.
What is the best laptop for art students?
See what the college you are going to requires you to get. Some unfortunately will ask you to buy a Macbook. In which case just get a macbook, nothing much you can do there. If not then see what software you are required to use? If you need to use something like Adobe Creative suite then you will need a powerful laptop with a modern CPU and optionally a dedicated graphics card. CPU is more important though. You will need at least 8–12 Gb of Ram. Never go below 8Gb. A high resolution screen is also important. At least 1080p with good color. Finally you need to pick your poison (OS). On a non macbook laptop you have 3 good choices. Windows 7, Windows 10, or Linux. Which one depends on the software you will be using. If you are using something dependent on Windows then you should probably get windows 10 or windows 7. Windows 10 has all the latest features and updates. Windows 7 is solid and relatively more lightweight. If however you are not using software dependant on windows then you might consider installing Linux. Ubuntu Studio is a linux distribution tailored to digital artists. It comes preinstalled with a full arsenal of useful tools for Graphics design, photography, video editing, compositing, animation, Digital music production, and Publishing. It’s very modern and fast and it’s 100% free and open source. You can test it out without installing if you want. If you don’t need to use windows you can save money using linux.
Windows 101: How to add symbols and accents to letters with Windows 10
Learn how to easily access a collection of accents and symbols using the Windows 10 emoji panel and the Windows 10 Character Map. This emoji panel option is handy if you type accents once and awhile but if you type accents on a regular basis, see this article on how to add the International Keyboard: https://community.windows.com/en-us/stories/keyboard-shortcuts-for-typing-accent-marks-over-letters-in-windows-10
What's wrong with my Wi-Fi connection?
Dropped Wi-Fi connection or slow Internet speed? Not a problem if you know how to figure out and fix Wi-Fi issues fast in Windows 10.
How to choose the right font for your project
See all of the fonts available on your Windows 10 device, learn how to download additional fonts, and get tips for choosing a font that matches your message.
Transfer your photos from phone to PC without a cable
Perform a one-time set-up with OneDrive to have your photos automatically sync from your phone to your computer.
In Stream, select the Share icon from either the video page or when finding videos through search or browse. On the Share tab, copy the link URL to share the video in a message to your coworkers. You can also share the link from the address bar of the video page directly.
Microsoft Stream—the video service in Microsoft 365—makes it easy to create, securely share, and interact, whether in a team or across your organization.
There are a lot of ways to customize your video experience—and the video you share with others—when you join a Teams meeting or call. In this article. Turn your video on or off. Change your video background. Choose a video layout. Pin someone's video. Spotlight a video. Reframe a video. Turn your video on or off Before a meeting
Sharing computer sound lets you stream audio from your computer to meeting participants through Teams. You can use it to play a video or audio clip as part of a presentation. To share sound, select Share content in your meeting controls and then Include computer sound (it's the switch on the top right of your sharing options). All sound from ...