The 260 characters path length limit in Windows can be removed with the help of a new policy, thus allowing you to run operations with files regardless of their path or file name. With Build 14352, you can do both.
Microsoft said earlier this month that more than 300 million devices have started using the Windows 10 platform, and the free update will end on July the 29th.
Snapdeal has updated its Windows app with some cool new features, which include trending searches and Quick buy.
You can now say "Hey Cortana, set a timer for 10 minutes" and the assistant will oblige, whether your PC is unlocked or not.
Windows Game bar has been improved with full-screen support.
As for Windows Ink features, now you can ink reminders to yourself using the Sticky Notes app. Prior to this, you could only use it as a virtual sticky note but now for instance if you type a URL, it will divert to a Edge Web page and reminders will also enter themselves into Cortana.
The Feedback hub, which was rolled out recently to non-insiders, will now show Microsoft's responses to feedback, probably in a section called 'Our users tell us...'
Microsoft added a compass to Windows Ink's Sketchpad, presumably to let you know if your drawings were literally on the level. Note that you'll only see this setting if you use a security product other than Windows Defender. Also, visit the Edge blog to stay updated and informed from Microsoft developers and experts.
Following are a few screenshots of the app in action on a Windows Mobile.
This could be either a coding oversight on Microsoft's part, or it could be a hint that Xbox One game streaming will be coming to Windows 10 Mobile and with E3 just a couple weeks away, that's entirely possible.
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