Microsoft has rolled out a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build with it buildnummer 21313. This includes the long-awaited menu called ‘News and interests’ for more countries and languages, but this version of the operating system will not be available for arm devices.
This is due to a bug in Windows 10 that we wrote about last month, which prevents x64 emulation by arm processors from working properly. This should be resolved with the next update. The update will be available to all other insiders in the Dev preview group.
It is not stated for which new languages and locations News and interests will be available. Until now, support has only been for the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and India. The language and location are automatically detected, so the information you see automatically adapts to local news sources and data providers. This includes weather reports, regular news, sports news and financial news. You can give tips to the company via Microsoft’s Feedback Hub. Unfortunately, it is not yet clear which languages have been added.
Furthermore, the input method editor for East Asian languages. Furthermore, Edge will be replaced by Chromium based on the legacy source code. It already did this a year ago, but Microsoft probably means by this that the old version will no longer remain as a use option.
The other things that have changed are mainly bug fixes and smaller improvements. It is now more visible that it is a more experimental one youversion and not a regular release. In addition, it is now clearer how News and interests can be turned off, as the button that was previously called ‘Hidden’ is now called ‘Turn off’. In addition, the voice typing feature is now rolling out to all Dev members. This time it’s about the feature for Windows 10, not the same feature for Edge.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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