Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

Windows Notepad App Being Updated After Many Years

Windows Notepad App Being Updated After Many Years

Perhaps most excitingly, Notepad will display lines that do not fit the screen entirely.

Below we have broken down each update as it corresponds to the particular operating system or version of Windows 10.

Among the new Notepad features being added to Windows, you would be able to zoom into text by using the mouse wheel while holding down the Ctrl key. Microsoft also says that several rendering performance fixes have been introduced in the latest build so that users see less and less of the white pages when you navigate through PDF files in Microsoft Edge.

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Windows 10 April 2018 update - Best new features coming to your PC Sat, April 28, 2018 MICROSOFT'S Windows 10 April Update is being pushed out to users and here's the best new features coming to your PC. Also, the status bar is now enabled by default in Notepad. You can draw, add sticky notes, import images, paste text, and pull in pictures from the web using the built-in Bing search tool.

Line and column numbers don't reset anymore to 1 when you save files in Notepad. (Web Sign-in only works on Azure Active Directory-joined PCs.) A new "Fast Sign-in" option is created to enable those with shared or guest Windows 10 PCs to sign in more quickly.

The Microsoft Edge browser has been updated with controls that allow you to access autoplay video permissions on a site-by-site basis.

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This feature also offers the option to have the word read aloud so as to clarify pronunciation. It essentially makes it easier for users to understand what an icon is meant to do and accomplish tasks easily.

Microsoft today rolled out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 1803 and all other now supported versions of Windows for July's Patch Tuesday. This means that twice a year, the company will approve the consumer release of Windows 10, in this case, 1803, as ready-for-business for all machines in your environment.

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