Windows 10 news recap: Windows Store gets all Fluent-y, iOS app management gets removed from iTunes and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap. We are continuing the trend of our weekly “Windows 10 news recap” series where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

The Windows Store’s Fluent Design update is rolling out to all Windows 10 users

Microsoft is rolling out an update to all Windows 10 users that brings its Fluent Design to the Windows Store, delivering a card-based layout. This update also makes it quicker and easier to pin apps to the Start Menu, with a button showing on the app listing page within the Store.

Windows Store

Instagram’s Windows 10 Mobile and PC app updated, brings plenty of new features and changes

Not only does the Windows Store get a hefty update, but Instagram is also delivering an update that brings wide-ranging new features, as well as a number of changes. With this, filters have arrived to the Windows 10 PC Instagram app.


Apple removes iOS app management from iTunes on Windows 10

Coming to version 12.7 of iTunes for Windows 10, the app has removed the ability to organise and download apps to iOS devices from within iTunes. Instead, users will need to use the device itself to manage apps. However, this update does bring improvements to Apple Music and Podcasts.

Windows 10 Bitcoin Miner app now supports more processors with latest update

If mining Bitcoins is your thing, then you’ll be glad to know that the Bitcoin Miner app for Windows 10 has received an update to add support for a number of new processors. So, if your processor wasn’t previously supported, it might be worth checking out the newly-supported processors.

Microsoft, Bitcoin

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