Microsoft has started rolling out the updated widgets experience for Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel, allowing them to turn off the news feed. However, the company also confirmed several bugs.
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Microsoft is testing a new feature for Windows 11 to allow customers to pin the widget board to the desktop permanently. The new option is now available for Windows insiders; here is how to enable it.
iPad users will soon enjoy advanced lock screen customization. An Apple leaker claims all iOS 16 lock screen features would trickle down to iPadOS 17 which is due for a release later this year.
This week has been quite busy when it comes to Microsoft news. We have a lot to unpack including Windows bugs and their respective fixes, new GPT integrations, and upcoming Windows features.
There is now a quick way to open Spotify on iPhone. As part of its latest update, Spotify has launched a new widget for iOS 16 that allows access to the app directly from the iPhone lock screen.
The latest edition of Microsoft Weekly packs news items related to "Windows 12" leaks, some hidden capabilities in Windows 11, and a bunch of app updates, with a sprinkle of Windows 7 news.
Microsoft is working on adding a bit of motion and subtle animations when you interact with the taskbar in Windows 11. Here is how you can enable those animations in the latest Canary build.
The Windows 11 Insider Preview Beta include new widgets for Messenger, Spotify, Phone Link, and Game Pass, along with AI recommended content in the Start menu for Start Azure Active Directory devices.
Microsoft has released an updated Windows Web Experience Pack, bringing the ability to use Windows Widgets without a Microsoft Account from Windows Insiders to all Windows 11 Stable users.
First introduced in Dev Channel, Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update in the Widgets in Windows 11 to all users, whether you are on 22H2 or 21H2. However, you may not immediately get it.
This edition of Microsoft Weekly is full of news items about the latest Windows 11 features, updates to Microsoft Edge and its support policies, along with some items about Teams enhancements.
Microsoft has released version 1.2 of the Windows App SDK with a bunch of new features including support for third-party Widgets in Windows 11, updated media playback controls, and lots more.
Microsoft has made a new build (KB5020054) available in the Beta Channel for Windows Insiders with Energy Recommendations, Windows Studio Effects in Quick Settings, and Expanded Widget view.
Windows 11 preview builds in the Beta and Dev Channel recently started receiving slightly changed Windows Widgets layouts with new buttons. Here is how to enable them on your computer.
This week's edition of Microsoft Weekly is full of interesting news related to lots of Windows 11 2022 Update bugs, some more details on third-party Widgets, and a bunch of app updates.
We are now one step closer to third-party widgets in Windows 11. Microsoft has published new documentation with guidelines describing how developers can build useful and enjoyable widgets for Windows.
This week's edition of Microsoft Weekly is jampacked with news related to Patch Tuesday updates and patches in general, Insider builds, and a rather unconventional Teams ringtone, among other items.
Windows 11 build 25201 brings a new full-screen view for Windows Widgets, providing more screen real estate for extra information. Here is how to force-enable full-screen widgets in build 25201.
This week's edition is chock-full of news related to Windows updates, issues, Edge enhancements, and an interesting item about a music video being an official exploit for old Windows PCs.
Microsoft has started rolling out an update for the Windows Web Experience Pack, enabling Widget notifications for all Windows 11 users, not only Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta Channels.
In a busy week in the world of Microsoft, we have news to recap for Patch Tuesday, Windows 11 Dev Channel build 25179, changes to Outlook, bugs, vulnerabilities, issues, and lots more!
Microsoft has confirmed that the latest Windows 11 Dev Channel build 25158 breaks weather and temperature readings and reporting. The build added a couple of new widget features, among others.
In our latest weekly roundup of everything important that happened in the Microsoft-verse, we discuss the some wonky behavior around unsupported PCs, tabbed File Explorer, and lots of app updates.
This week's digest walks you through all the important stuff that occurred in the Microsoft-verse in the past few days including Build 2022, updates to apps, and details about Windows 11 version 22H2.
Microsoft has announced that developers will soon be able to build companion widgets in Windows 11 and leverage from Project Volterra and Hybrid Loop to build ARM-native AI solutions.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 11 is getting "new experiences" next month, which includes a public preview of Android apps on Windows, taskbar improvements, and a revamped Notepad app.
It looks like third-party widgets are indeed coming to Windows 11 according to a new leak. The leak shows purported details regarding publishing, registering, and integration of third-party widgets.
While this week was relatively slow due to the holiday season, we do have some notable items to recap including Active Directory woes, a couple of acquisitions, and what almost became Cortana's name.
After months of alternating between Windows 10 and Windows 11 on my primary machine, I feel like I kind of miss the News and Interests integration with the Taskbar that was offered in the former.
New Windows 11 Dev channel build brings Widgets changes, some Context Menu changes, and many more fixes and improvements. The build also breaks the update rollout process on Windows 11 ARM64 PCs.
While Windows 11 arguably isn't the worst OS that Microsoft has ever released, it still contains a lot of missteps and apparent design oversights. Read on to find out five things I hate about the OS.
Using the Calendar app in Windows 11 is an infuriating experience. The agenda view in the Taskbar flyout has been removed and it forces you to create an Outlook.com account for the same in Widgets.
The EdgeDeflector developer has released v 184.108.40.206 with a couple of bug fixes and support for .NET Framework 4.8. We figured it's also a good time to remind people you can use it in Windows 11 too.
Microsoft has significantly revamped the widgets experience in Windows 11, and it's clear that the company wants to make it a native and integral part of the OS. However, the UX needs to be improved.
Microsoft is expected to announce the Windows 11 update later this week. Along with the visual overhaul, Microsoft is also rumoured to bring back support for third-party widgets to Windows 11.
Microsoft To Do widgets for iOS 14 are available starting today, allowing you to view tasks from your chosen list, see your My Day list, or add tasks to a certain list all from your home screen.
Google has announced that more of its apps are adding home screen widgets on iOS 14. These include Gmail, Drive, Fit rolling out now, and Chrome and Calendar coming in the near future.
In a bid to make access to Search, Chrome, and Gmail easier in iOS 14, Google is introducing search widgets. Moreover, you can now set Chrome and Gmail as your default browser and email app.
XWidget is a free desktop customization platform. It's light, handy with powerful visual widget editor and very smooth animations.
Newly leaked screenshots from an unreleased build of Windows 8 reportedly shows that desktop gadget support won't be a part of the OS when it launches later this fall.