Windows 10 news recap: Surface Pro 7’s Surface Pen could have wireless charging, virtual desktops can be named, 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.

The Surface Pro 7’s Surface Pen might support wireless charging

A new FCC filing suggests that the Surface Pro 7 could have a Surface Pen that supports wireless charging.

You can name your virtual desktops in Windows 10, thanks to user feedback

Based on Windows Insider user feedback, Microsoft is adding the ability to name virtual desktops in Windows 10. The feature is currently available to Insiders.

Rockstar Games launches new game launcher on Windows and offers GTA: San Andreas for free

Rockstar Games has launched its own game launcher on Windows, in an aim to get gamers to purchase games directly rather than via game distribution platforms, such as Steam. As an enticing offer, it is offering GTA: San Andreas for free.

Wi-Fi 6 gets certified, marks new milestone in adoption of a faster wireless standard

The next generation of WiFi, Wi-Fi 6 has been certified. The new wireless standard aims to deliver even faster WiFi connections.

Microsoft, Azure Data Centers

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