Windows 10 gets a new update

Are you all confused about how to change any settings in Windows 10 and from where? Don’t worry Microsoft has released the solution to this problem. Computer Industry giant Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 preview for desktops with a feature called as “Cortana Show Me”.As I remind you that Windows 10 is mainly a service, which was built in such a way that it can be regularly updated with not only fixes but with new features too. As you know that Microsoft has released four major updates so far i.e. November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, and Fall Creators Update.

This time Microsoft is introducing a new feature called Cortana Show Me (which is available in U.K. English, U.S. English, and German), which will be your guide to Windows 10 settings. This app is available in preview for download from the Microsoft Store( the home of Microsoft apps).

This app will show you, how to change settings step by step. The guide can be launched from the homepage also. Eventually, you will be able to ask the questions with just your voice.

There are only 15 guides present till now in this Windows update which are given below:

1.”Update Windows”
2.”Check if an app is installed”
3.”Uninstall an app”
4.” Change your desktop background”
5.”Use Airplane Mode”
6.”Change your display brightness”
7.”Add nearby printers or scanners”
8.”Change your default programs”
9.” Change your screen resolution”
10.” Turn off Windows Defender Security Center”
11.”Run a security scan”
12.”Change Wi-Fi settings”
13.”Change your power settings”
14.”Discover Bluetooth devices” 


15.” check your version of windows”

Probably, this app will eventually become component of Windows 10, assuming users like it. Leaving Cortana, this build doesn’t have any other changes. This update bounces the Windows 10 build number for the RS4 branch from 17127 (made available to testers on March 20) to build 17128.

The build has no known problems and in fact, deletes the watermark from the lower right-hand corner of the desktop. But Microsoft isn’t yet prepared to call this the final build for the next update.

Microsoft says that “But, this doesn’t mean this is the final build as we are not done yet. We’re just now beginning the phase of checking in final code to prepare for the final release. The only difference between this build and Build 17127 from Tuesday is the removal of the watermark. However, we’ve got more fixes being checked in for the next flight.”

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