As regular readers will be well aware, the Windows 10 April 2018 Update arrived just in the nick of time, a few hours before May arrived. Be it YouTube, Apple for iPhone and iPads, and Microsoft's dark mode for Windows 10 with the Anniversary Update.
The build includes many new features and improvements pertaining Fluent design elements and improvements to Sets along with Dark theme for File Explorer and more. The Fluent Design elements have been added to the title bar with some changes being made to the window border which is now in grey color. Individual Sets tabs can be muted, like Edge, and you can specify whether you'd prefer new windows to open in the Sets tabbed environment, or within traditional windows.
Vulnerable software includes Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer browsers, as well as its Office, Exchange and Outlook software. Tabs have been improved to use no resources in the background unless you switch to them.
In the series of tweaks that Microsoft is rolling out, one important is tabbed Windows interface.
Microsoft is adding Cloud Clipboard in the latest build which brings new experience for users. The setting is useful when you are wishing to paste something that is pasted before and for the settings you need to hit WIN+V, as opposed to CTRL+V, you'll be able to paste from the clipboard history.
You can pin an item to the top to access it quickly; the option to pin an item is quite useful if you find yourself pasting text or an image throughout the day regularly (e.g. your email address, an email signature, phone number.).More news: 'Why Wouldn't We Win?' Donald Trump Celebrates Successful Republican Primaries
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The new featured called Your Phone allows users to access their smartphone directly from their PC.
There is no separate option to enable dark theme in File Explore.
As announced at Build 2018, Microsoft has added support for Unix/Linux line endings and Macintosh line endings to Notepad, meaning Notepad now supports CRLF, LF and CR.
Microsoft is also working on supporting different shapes for fly-out windows, for example, if you hover over a contact name on mail app, a contact card appears in a small flyout window.
"We expect this vulnerability to become one of the most exploited in the near future, as it won't be long until exploit kit authors start abusing it in both drive-by via browser and spear-phishing via document campaigns".