The Windows 10 2H22 update with the latest Chrome dev version will allow users to set Google Chrome as the default browser with just one click, according to a report. Currently, users have to go into Settings and then set Chrome as the default browser. Meanwhile, Microsoft has released Windows 10 21H2 for Windows Insiders with some quality improvements. These improvements include some language-related features as well as enhanced ability to detect and prevent ransomware and advanced attacks.
According to a Report via The Verge, via Reddit, users need only one click to change their default browser from Chromium to Chrome. It is not known whether this quick switching is possible for any other browser that you previously selected and now want to switch to Google Chrome. With Chrome (Chrome Dev 106.0.5231.2) and Windows 10 22H2 updates, users can ask Chrome to be their default browser by clicking a pop-up in the browser. Currently, users are directed to the Windows Settings app to change the default browser.
In another development related to Windows, there is Microsoft left Windows 10 21H2 Build 19044.1947 (KB5016688) Release Preview Channel for Windows Insiders. This update is intended for Insiders who are on Windows 10 version 21H2. Among various other improvements, two significant updates have been released in this build.
The first is giving IT administrators the ability to remotely add languages and language-related features. In addition, administrators can now manage language conditions across multiple endpoint managers. Another important update is the enhanced Microsoft Defender for Endpoints. It now includes the ability to detect and block ransomware and advanced attacks.
Recently, a report suggested that Microsoft will be bringing printing capabilities from Windows 11 to Windows 10 as part of the Windows 10 version 22H2 update. The new printing feature is said to introduce an option to add pins to print jobs to avoid duplicate connections and incorrect printouts.
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