Windows 10 news recap: Windows 10 to begin reserving 7GB of disk space for updates, Samsung announces new laptops, 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.

Windows 10 version 1903 to reserve 7GB of disk space for updates

From version 1903, Windows 10 will begin reserving 7GB of disk space to use for future updates. The aim behind the disk space reservation is to reduce the number of issues during the update process and helps alleviate some users having to free up disk space themselves before updating.

Samsung announced two new Windows 10 laptops at CES 2019

At CES 2019, Samsung has unveiled its 2019 lineup of devices, which includes two new Windows 10 laptops, the Samsung Notebook 9 Pro and the Samsung Notebook Flash, an Always Connected PC.

Firefox nightly builds are now available for Windows 10 on ARM

Mozilla is working on bringing Firefox to Windows 10 on ARM, with its ARM64 version being available as a nightly release, though users should expect bugs as these versions have not gone through automated testing like regular releases.

CES 2019: Asus unveils Surface Pro-like ROG Mothership gaming PC

Alongside Samsung, Asus has also unveiled its latest devices at CES 2019. Asus came in with its new Surface Pro-like gaming PC, the ROG Mothership. It offers a 17.3-inch display, a kickstand, and a detachable keyboard with wireless operation.

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