As Windows 10 lands on 900m devices, Microsoft shows us the shape of clunk to come (again)

Last night, Microsoft released a new version of Windows 10 of 2020 when the company announced 900 million devices running the operating system.

Version 18990, also known as 20H1, passed to Windows Insiders in Fast Ring and continued recent trend of small adjustments along with improvements in the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

For non-Linux fans, Microsoft has added support to automatically restart Windows Universal Platform (UWP) applications upon login. While there is still some debate about the UWP point, while Microsoft disconnects its phone platform and allows desktop applications to run in S Mode, the gang has continued to whip the dead horse.

If a user activates the catchy setting "Automatically save my restartable applications when I log out and restart them after logging in", Windows 10 will restart the UWP applications in a minimized state at the next login.

Windows Subsystem for Linux has taken a little rest after the wave of corrections in the previous compilation. This time there is a solution for Windows interoperability when using su / sudo, additional boot entropy and a noticeable improvement for directory lists in wsl $

Other solutions include adjustments to the table of File Explorer search to make it a little bigger and add a context menu option that is missing to paste the clipboard content. It also addressed a problem that stopped the appearance of credentials when it was connected to "certain" VPN.

However, it was the announcement that the goal of one billion Windows 10 devices is now in sight that will have caused a tired smile. the faces of those who work hard in the bowels of the software giant.

It seemed an achievable goal when it was established in 2015, but the disappearance of Windows phone and a marked reluctance of users to allow Windows 7 to be removed from their fingers has meant things have taken a little longer than planned.

It is likely that this brand of one billion devices (which includes products such as HoloLens) will be affected at some point next year, no doubt helped by Microsoft finally getting extended support for Windows 7. ® [19659010] Sponsored:
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