Welcome to our Windows News Recap, where we go over the top stories from the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
Windows 10 Xbox app now supports Cloud Gaming and Remote Play from your console
The Xbox app on Windows has gained the ability to stream games using Xbox Cloud Gaming, while adding Remote Play support, allowing you to stream games from your Xbox Series X|S console or Xbox One directly on your PC.
Windows 11 on ARM on Apple M1 Macs not officially supported, Microsoft says
Microsoft said Windows 11 on ARM on Apple M1 Macs is not officially supported, although Parallels Desktop lets you do so. It’s unclear what impact, if any, this lack of support might have on Parallels Desktop users.
Mozilla Firefox can now become your default browser with one click on Windows PCs
Making Firefox your default browser on Windows PCs just got a little easier, with the browser adding a one-click option to set it as default. This feature means that the browser bypasses Windows 10 behavior by having you set the default browser through the Settings app.
PowerToys arrives in the Windows 11 Microsoft Store
PowerToys, a suite of tools, has arrived in the Microsoft Store on Windows 11. This makes the installation process a little faster, as previously you had to download it via GitHub.
Moving getting PowerToys from GitHub to Microsoft Store on Windows 11.https://t.co/97zkPaGjrT pic.twitter.com/4933cLX1s6
—Richard Hay (@WinObs) September 17, 2021
It’s all for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows news.