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Windows 10 Redstone 5 Update Available Fall 2018 HD

Windows 10’s Redstone 5 update is scheduled for release in fall 2018. This major upgrade includes tabs for almost all your applications, a clipboard history that syncs between your devices, and a long-awaited dark theme for File Explorer. This article includes features that have been added through Insider Preview build 17672 of Windows 10, released on May 16, 2018. “Sets” Brings Tabs to Every App The new Sets feature is the biggest change in Redstone 5. Almost every window on your desktop now has a tab bar, and you can combine tabs from multiple different applications in the same window. This means Windows finally has File Explorer tabs, but Sets offers a lot more than that. For example, you could have a window containing a Microsoft Word document, a Microsoft Edge web page, and a File Explorer tab. You can drag and drop these tabs between windows, and there are keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl+Windows+Tab for switching between them. Sets works with almost every traditional desktop application, every universal application, and even Microsoft Office applications like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Desktop applications that have their own custom title bars don’t support Sets. For example, applications like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, iTunes, and Steam don’t have Sets tabs https://youtu.be/vtQ3mm6Cd7Y Microsoft has changed the way Alt+Tab works. Sets tabs and even Microsoft Edge browser tabs appear alongside your open windows when you press Alt+Tab. You can restore the old Alt+Tab behavior if you want to see only windows when you Alt+Tab. This change doesn’t affect applications like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, which use their own custom type of tab. However, if Chrome and Firefox ever enable support for Sets tabs, their tabs will appear in the Alt+Tab switcher, too. RELATED: Windows 10 is Changing How Alt+Tab Works, Here’s What You Need to Know Clipboard History and Sync Redstone 5 gains some powerful new clipboard features, as well. There’s now a clipboard history that you can access by pressing Windows+V. You can optionally synchronize this clipboard history between your devices, giving you a clipboard that synchronizes itself between your PCs. You also can sync manually by clicking an icon in the clipboard popup, preventing Windows from synchronizing potentially sensitive data like passwords and credit card numbers. In the future, Microsoft will add support for the cloud clipboard to its SwiftKey keyboard for Android, iPhone, and iPad. You’ll be able to copy and paste between your phone or tablet and your Windows PC. RELATED: Using Windows 10’s New Clipboard: History and Cloud Sync A Dark Theme for File Explorer Windows 10 now includes a dark theme for File Explorer. It is enabled automatically if you enable a system-wide dark theme from Settings Personalization Colors. Microsoft has added dark theme support to the File Explorer context menus, including the context menu that appears when you right-click your desktop. There’s also a new dark theme for the standard Open and Save file dialog windows. RELATED: Microsoft Adds a Dark Theme to File Explorer in the Latest Windows 10 Update Search Previews in the Start Menu The Start menu’s search feature, also known as the Cortana search feature, now has search previews. When you start typing to search for something, Windows now shows you a preview pane with more information about your result. For example, if the Start menu decides a web search is the best result for your search, you’ll see Bing search results right there in the Start menu. If you search for an application, you’ll see options like “Pin to Start” for that application. You’ll also see a document preview if Windows decides a particular document on your PC is the best result. Along with this change, it’s no longer possible to disable web search in the Start menu via Group Policy. A New Screenshot Utility With Annotation Tools Windows 10 now has a slick new screen clipping tool. You can use it to take a screenshot of a section of your screen, a single window, or your entire screen. Once you’ve taken a screenshot, the new Screen Sketch tool lets you draw on it and add annotations, including arrows and highlights. This clipping tool appears when you press Windows+Shift+S to open it. However, there’s a setting under Settings Ease of Access Keyboard that makes the new tool appear when you press the Print Screen key on your keyboard. RELATED: Using Windows 10’s New Screenshot Tool: Clips and Annotations Mobile Broadband Improvements Microsoft is transitioning to a new Net Adapter driver framework in Windows. This will improve connection reliability for PCs with mobile broadband (LTE,) whether they use a SIM card or USB modem. This new driver isn’t enabled by default yet, so you’ll have to go out of your way to enable the Net Adapter driver to use it. However, it will likely become stable at so
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