During the BUILD conference in San Francisco, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore showed off a number of new features that are part of build 10074 and others that are coming in future builds of Windows 10, such as Windows Spotlight, which brings a new form of interaction to the Lock screen. In addition, the company revealed a new improved UI for Cortana, tweaks in the Start menu, and now we have an idea on how Windows 10 will look like for small devices. The software giant also reveals Project Spartan real name, the company calls it “Microsoft Edge” and it features a logo identical to Internet Explorer. Among other things, at BUILD, Microsoft announced that it will make easier for developers to port their Android and iOS apps into the Windows 10 ecosystem and use the Windows Store to distribute apps to the 1+ billion of users that will be using Windows 10. This week we had a closer look to the Start menu, Settings app, and new apps for Windows 10 build 10061 and this build also received four new updates to fix various vulnerabilities. Windows 10 build 10102 leaks onto the internet, however their new version of the operating system did not show any significant changes. Xbox Live Gold member can now start downloading free several new games for Xbox One and Xbox 360. In addition, Xbox 360 gets an interesting update that unlocks the ability for users to finally plug an external hard drive of up to 2TB in size. Microsoft reveals Windows 10 will release later this summer, but only for the desktop. Windows 10 for phones and other devices will launch on a later date. Finally, the software giant confirms that is killing Windows Media Center in Windows 10. All this and more… Welcome to Pureinfotech: Tech Recap edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.

Microsoft to discontinue Windows Media Center in Windows 10 How Microsoft plans to launch Windows 10 across devices May Xbox One and Xbox 360 free games with Gold Xbox 360 update brings support for 2TB external hard drive Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore shows off new Windows 10 features at BUILD 2015 (video) Microsoft welcomes Android and iOS apps into Windows 10 Windows 10 build 10074 now available for download via Windows Update and ISO ‘Microsoft Edge’ is the name for Windows 10 next web browser Windows 10 build 10102 leaks onto the internet Microsoft rolls out four updates for Windows 10 build 10061 Windows 10 build 10061: Hands-on with the Start menu, Settings app, new apps Windows 10 build 10061: Update KB3055415 rolls out to fix bug in the Lock screen Windows 10 has new blur effect in addition to transparency, Aero Glass is back Windows 10: Cortana gets deeper integration with the Start menu (video)

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