Windows 10 news recap: new Intel CPU security flaw discovered, stable Microsoft Edge deployed to 151,000 employees, and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Researchers discover new security flaw affecting Intel CPUs from last 5 years

A new security flaw affecting Intel CPUs has been discovered that can affect CPUs from the last 5 years. The researchers state that this flaw cannot be fixed by a firmware update.

Microsoft rolls out stable Edge browser across its 151K employees

Working to prove the stability of its new Microsoft Edge web browser, Microsoft is rolling it out to 151,000 employees.

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop 3 gets new Core i5 variant with 16GB RAM and 256GB SSD

A new variant of the Surface Laptop 3 has been made available, it runs a Core i5 CPU sporting 16GB RAM whilst coming with a 256GB SSD for storage. It gives more flexibility in having a more powerful Surface device without exponentially increasing cost due to the CPU.

New PowerToys for Windows 10 updates brings over 100 fixes and new auto-update tool

PowerToys on Windows 10 has received a new update that brings more than 100 bug fixes, as well as the ability to auto-update the tool.

PowerToys for Windows 10

That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Windows 10 news.