Windows 10 news recap: Movie Maker could be coming to Windows 10, US Air Force is migrating and more

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Welcome back to our weekly “Windows 10 news recap” series where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s latest operating system. Let’s get started.

Next generation Kaby Lake and Zen CPUs will only support Windows 10: here’s why

Microsoft has announced that the Kaby Lake and Zen CPUs, part of the next-generation, are only to be supported on Windows 10. We take a look at the reasons why based on a recent report.

Sling TV app comes to Windows 10 PCs and tablets

Sling TV has brought its live television streaming service to Windows 10 PCs and tablets in its all-new app, allowing users to access content streamed via Sling on their Windows 10 devices.

US Air Force expects to complete Windows 10 migration by early 2018

The US Air Force has announced that it is migrating its systems to Windows 10. As part of this, it has said the migration should be completed by early 2018.

Microsoft could be releasing a Windows 10 version of Movie Maker “soon”

For those who miss the classic Movie Maker, the future may not look so dull as it did previously. It has now been suggested that Microsoft is working on an improved Movie Maker experience and expects to release it “soon.”

Create your own Halo maps with the Halo 5:Forge app, now available for Windows 10 PC

The long-awaited Halo 5: Forge app has now been released in the Windows Store for Windows 10 PCs, allowing users to create their own maps while also being able to take part in Halo 5’s multiplayer experience via their PC.

That’s it for Windows 10 news this week – let us know what you think in the comments below!