Windows news recap: Xbox app gains Cloud Gaming and Remote Play from console, Windows 11 on ARM M1 Macs not officially supported, and more

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

Windows 10 Xbox app now supports Cloud Gaming and Remote Play from your console

The Xbox app on Windows has gained the ability to stream games using Xbox Cloud Gaming, whilst also adding support for Remote Play, letting you stream games from your Xbox Series X|S or Xbox One console right to your PC.

Windows 10 xbox app now supports cloud gaming and remote play from your console - onmsft. Com - september 14, 2021

Windows 11 on ARM on Apple M1 Macs isn’t officially supported, says Microsoft

Microsoft has said that Windows 11 on ARM on Apple M1 Macs is not supported officially, even though Parallels Desktop allows you to do just that. It’s not clear what impact, if any, this lack of support might have on Parallels Desktop users.

Mozilla Firefox can now become your default browser in just one click on Windows PCs

Making Firefox your default browser on Windows PCs has become that little bit easier, with the browser adding a one-click option of setting it as your default. This feature means that the browser circumvents the behaviour of Windows 10 making you adjust the default browser via the Settings app.

Mozilla firefox can now become your default browser in just one click on windows pcs - onmsft. Com - september 13, 2021

PowerToys lands in the Windows 11 Microsoft Store

PowerToys, a suite of tools, has arrived in the Microsoft Store on Windows 11. This makes the installation process that little bit quicker, as previously you had to download it via GitHub.

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