Welcome back to our Windows 10 news summary, where we will review the main stories of last week in the world of Microsoft's flagship operating system.
Your Windows Phone 10 application will soon allow you to respond to notifications, Insiders can try it now
Starting with Insiders first, the Your Phone application in Windows 10 will allow you to respond to notifications using the application.
– Aarthi Hatter (@aarthi_hatter) September 26, 2019
New leaks reveal more information about Surface Pro 7, "Surface 7" with ARM technology and Microsoft's new ergonomic keyboard
Leaks reveal more information about the next Microsoft Surface products. Of particular interest, the leaks suggest that Surface Pro 7 will change the Mini Display port to a USB-C port, bringing it to modern times. Other details also emerged, such as a Surface 7 device with ARM and more. You can read the full details here.
Microsoft is bringing back the classics:
Microsoft USB classic ergonomic keyboard
Microsoft USB classic ergonomic mouse
Microsoft classic Bluetooth keyboard
Microsoft classic Bluetooth mouse
In addition, tons of new colors for surface peripherals: https://t.co/31QJ5lV4Xt[19659007-24—RolandQuandt(@rquandt) September 27, 2019
AdDuplex: Windows 10 version 1903 now 45.5% of PCs surveyed
AdDuplex latest report shows that version 1903 of Windows 10 is in 45.5% of PCs surveyed with Windows 10.
 Battery indicator in Windows 10 Your Phone application is now being implemented for all users
Users of Your Phone application in Windows 10 will be able to see the battery level of their device Mobile ivo, as part of a new update that is being implemented. week.
And this feature is now beginning to be implemented to all our #YourPhone users! Thanks to @ baileyg2016 and some of our other interns this summer who worked to bring this feature to life. https://t.co/4jInxKysfp[19659007-24—AnalyOteroDiaz(@AnalyMsft) September 23, 2019
That's all for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows 10 news!
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