Alongside the stable releases of Microsoft PowerToys, there's also an Experimental release once in a while, this is mainly to test new utilities that are being added to the mix, like today.
PowerToys version 0.45.0 is out today and it packs a tons of bug fixes and stability updates. It is also headlined by a new settings menu which utilizes Fluent UX to bring it in line with Windows 11.
Set of utilities for power users to tune and streamline their Windows 10 experience for greater productivity.
Microsoft has updated PowerToys with a new feature that will prevent your PC from going to sleep. Apart from that, the new update also includes the usual bug fixes and general improvements.
Microsoft has released a minor PowerToys patch, bumping it up to version 0.37.2. The release brings bug fixes for Power Renamer and a fix for an event handle leak in the Keyboard manager tool.
Microsoft has released PowerToys version 0.33.1 that brings a bunch of new features such as a new first load walkthrough experience, improvements to most tools, and a bunch of bug fixes.
Microsoft has released two versions of PowerToys, with version 0.21.1 bringing a bunch of fixes and improvements to current tools, and version 0.22 adding a new video conference mute feature.
Microsoft has released PowerToys 0.20 that brings a new Color Picker feature for picking HEX or RGB values of any color on the screen. The release also fixes many bugs and improves performance.
Microsoft has released a minor update to the PowerToys tool that brings a few fixes for FancyZones and PowerToys Run. The release also brings stability improvements and bumps up the version to 0.19.1.
At Build 2020, Microsoft announced new updates for PowerToys and pushed v0.18 update to the users. Today the tech giant has released another update for PowerToys that aims to address bugs in the app.
A week ago, Microsoft released its first update of PowerToys after three months. However, bugs slipped into that release and the hotfix that followed. Now we're up to version 0.15.2.