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Microsoft has improved inking on Office apps through the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, including on Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
Microsoft Edge on iOS is now up to Version 42.5.3 with the ability to see Windows Inks notes written on a PC in the browser.
Now available in general release, Windows Ink in Mail and Calendar allows users to draw within an email or calendar entry.
Windows Ink is now available in the Release Preview Ring version of Mail and Calendar, but it's yet to get Ink to Text support.
Mail and Calendar users now get Windows Ink tools directly in the app, allowing stylus and finger drawing in emails.
Windows 10 Mail users now have Windows Ink integrations with the ability to draw in the app with a stylus device.
Those on the Inside can now access Windows Ink in the latest preview build for Windows 10 Anniversary Update, including the Ink Workspace hub.
Microsoft is aiming to give you a computing solution that could mean you never want to use pen and paper again.
Microsoft Your Phone is now Phone Link with a new UI, while Your Phone Companion is now Link to Windows.
Lenovo ThinkPad X13s is a new Windows 11 Pro laptop that is the first ThinkPad to run Windows on ARM on a Qualcomm processor.
Microsoft is now redirecting some Windows 10 Control Panel links to the newer and less powerful native Settings app.
Inkscape is a very popular vector graphic editing tool that has been available for 16 years. However, it is only reaching version 1.0 now.
Admins working on Google G Suite can now manage Windows 10 devices directly in the service, including organizing updates and managing security.
A LinkedIn profile posting confirms that Windows Core OS will have an updated Action Center, which will include "in-context" notifications.
Thanks to a LinkedIn posting, we have further hints of Windows Core OS' development, including the existence of a file picker and File Explorer experience.
For the third time, details about Microsoft's Windows Core OS have leaked on LinkedIn, suggesting that Win32 apps will be supported via a OneCore container.
Visual Studio 15.9.1 introduces a number of improvements for developers, allowing Fluent design elements in older apps, improving notifications, and giving new Inking tools.
More details have leaked about Windows Core OS on LinkedIn, hinting at greatly improved security and detailing several testing methods.
Windows 10 preview build 18234 brings improvements to important apps, including Sticky Notes 3.0, and fixes a host of bugs.
A LinkedIn job posting confirms the name and a number of other details about Microsoft's upcoming Windows Core OS. The platform will be modular and a big step towards the unification of Windows across multiple device categories.