With a new build new features were introduced to Windows 10 and even though, I’ll keep talking about new features in the operating system, this week we looked at the new Action Center (Notifications), Battery Saver, DataSense, Command Prompt, and more. Microsoft also revealed the improvements the company is working on to improvement authentication and identity protection in Windows 10. This week also we heard that Microsoft is reportedly readying to launch its fitness smartwatch compatible with Windows Phone, iPhone, and Android. Xbox One November update details were announced, which include Twitter integration, TV improvements, and custom backgrounds features. Though backgrounds feature is already out to Xbox Preview users and now we know how it works. Shockingly to many users, Microsoft this week announced that it will be terminating its free stream service on Xbox Music, starting December, users will be able to only play music through the service using the Xbox Music Pass. New Microsoft adapter were released this week to make Xbox One’s Kinect fully compatible with Windows. Finally, Google introduced Inbox, a new app to make email a lot easier, the app is in beta and it’s invite-only. So if you want a Google Inbox invite, I detailed a few ways on how you can get one. 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.

Xbox One: How to set your own background Windows 10: Creating custom ISO from any Technical Preview builds Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9860 ISO download won’t happen Google Inbox: how to get an invite Windows 10: DataSense helps to control data usage on metered connections Windows 10: Battery Saver feature extends battery life on mobile devices Windows 10: Action Center brings notifications to the desktop Windows 10: new security and protection enhancements Xbox Music free streaming coming to an end in December 1st Xbox One Kinect now works in Windows with new Microsoft adapter Windows 10: Command Prompt maximizes in full screen in build 9860 Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9860 ready for download Microsoft details Xbox One November update: custom backgrounds, Twitter integration and TV improvements Microsoft fitness smartwatch launching within weeks

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