Netflix app for Windows 10 gets a new Notifications tab
Netflix updated its Windows 10 version of the popular application with a new Notifications tab. Now, if you are using Netflix on a computer running Windows 10, you will now be notified about new series and movies that are added to the application.
This is very useful especially if you are watching a TV series on Netflix. For example, if a new season of a series you previously watched on Netflix appears, the application will notify you via the new Notifications tab. While this new feature doesn’t do too much, we think that a good number of Netflix users will be very happy about it. As expected, the new version of Netflix also comes with performance improvements and bug fixes, meaning that it should run smoother than before.
Sticky Notes app also receives a new update
Alongside the Netflix update, Microsoft released a minor update for its Sticky Notes application. This new update can be accessed only by Windows 10 Insiders and doesn’t bring a lot of new features outside the most visible: an “improved” Trash icon. However, even if this update doesn’t come with bug fixes or other significant improvements, we can say that the application is quite stable.
There are just two weeks away until Microsoft releases the Windows 10 Anniversary Update which will bring lots of new features and improvements to users. The American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington will most likely improve the app with future updates, especially since Sticky Notes app will is distributed via the official Windows Store.
This new update will be available for all Windows 10 users once the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be released to public.
Have you tested the latest Netflix version on Windows 10? What are your thoughts about the new Notifications tab?
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