Redmond technology giant Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 upgrade is available for use. The software operating system carries the codename, Redstone 4. However, it has an informal name as well, which is Spring Creators Update. The software running system is meant to improve Windows in many different ways. The technology giant ended up bringing about a lot of changes in its software operating system. The changes are specific to under-the-hood adjustments and several other features. These features are the main reason why the roundup exists in the first place. “That’s why this roundup exists: to underscore smaller additions you might miss, or explain subtle changes in how Windows 10 works,” notes a report by CNET.
One of the main complaints that users have had about Microsoft’s Windows 10 is that the company makes use of telemetry. For those who aren’t aware, telemetry is the activity through which the company collects all types of information about the user. Even though Microsoft has already gone on to build a privacy control setting within Windows, there’s an actual delete button which can remove the diagnostic data as well. “As the disclaimer notes, you may have information associated with your Microsoft account stored in the cloud. You’ll have to visit Microsoft’s privacy dashboard to purge this information,” notes an online report.
GPU management of apps
If you own a desktop PC that runs on a high-end graphics card, you will realize that first companies, i.e. AMD and Nvidia end up supplying utilities. The primary function of these utilities is that they are either economically integrated inside one’s CPU or end up being power hungry. The control never remains in the hands of the users. However, Windows – it appears, has taken control over the desktop. The Redmond technology giant has taken control of the decision by default. One can only go the Settings option, click open Graphics setting and select the link located at the bottom. This move is not another case of Windows intruding your life, but it is trying to make it easier.
A better Game Bar
The Redmond technology giant wants users to stream PC games through the use of a Mixer. The company has gone on to introduce a revamped version of Game Bar that essentially allows users to turn their mic and camera off, edit Mixer stream title, and resume the gaming experience with much excitement. For those who aren’t aware, telemetry is the activity through which the company collects all types of information about the user. One can only go the Settings option, click open Graphics setting and select the link located at the bottom. This move is not another case of Windows intruding your life, but it is trying to make it easier.
Majority of the users end up gaining access to a few favored fonts, but that’s about it. However, for those who prefer a more varied typeface, the Redmond technology giant is now enabling users to download newer fonts from the Microsoft Store. There are only about nine of such writings, and all of them seem to provide users with an exciting experience. “There’s only nine or so as of this writing, but Microsoft seems to be planning to add more, just as the company has added dozens of Themes to personalize your PC,” notes the report by CNET. Users can merely manage these fonts from their ‘Settings’ menu. They hardly need to click on Settings, Personalization and Fonts section for gain access to these features. Once you do have access to these features, you will realize that the task is a lot easier.