Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 April 2018 Update for Windows 10 IoT

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Instead, get Twitter for Windows 10, which is excellent. Microsoft has released five major updates so far: November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, and April 2018 Update. Since a long time, third-party apps like ShareX and Lightshot are leading the way in taking screenshots on Windows 10.

The Guardian can confirm that the bug affects some but not all Windows 10 machines updated to the April 2018 update, and appears to impact newer computers with Intel's integrated graphics chips.

At Build, the company is expected to talk about what new IoT-related stuff they have developed. They make lots of English-style, lower alcohol beers, including this one, brewed with Hood Canal oysters. Presumably that will change in time.

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MCUs are found in everything - from toys and household appliances to industrial equipment - and with "Azure Sphere", Microsoft extends the boundaries of the "intelligent edge" power and secure this category of devices.

Further, the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build also improves support for the High Efficiency Image File Format (HEIF) in the File Explorer. As soon as you update, there's also going to be new "Screen Snip" quick action button in the Action Centre. The license will be extended to cover enterprise users, so all users on Microsoft 365 and Office 365 can use Office mobile apps across all iOS and Android devices. We would like to hear your opinion. The British news site The Register reports claims of similar freezing hitting Slack and Firefox users. That's not an advertisement, by the way, it's just true.

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Microsoft's efforts here aren't limited to Windows 10 S but rather focus on scenarios where multiple users need to sign-in to a Windows computer, which could benefit from security keys, such as Yubico's USB keys, for secure sign-in.