A new report claims Microsoft is adding a way for users of its GroupMe messaging app for Windows 10 to send and receive documents.
The report, which includes screenshots of the document transferring feature in action, was posted by Windowsblogitalia based on what they state is an unreleased internal build of GroupMe. Adding this to the app will certainly be a welcome addition for GroupMe users. Be aware that this feature is still reportedly in testing and may or may not be released in the future.
Update 4: Trump gives blessing to TikTok sale to Microsoft
TikTok may soon be owned by Microsoft. The company is reportedly in talks to buy out the U.S. portion of TikTok amid a rumored Trump administration order for TikTok owner Bytedance to divest. On Monday, President Trump says he does not oppose the sale so long as it is done by September 15.
Windows 10 build 20185 makes your DNS settings easier to access
Microsoft shipped a new Windows 10 build for Insiders in the Dev channel today. This build comes in at 20185, and includes several feature updates and fixes to check out.
ASUS gears up for Xbox Series X with first HDMI 2.1 gaming monitors
Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 are slated to support the HDMI 2.1 standard, which will bring higher bandwidth for handling 4K at up to 120Hz. Right on cue, ASUS has announced a new series of 4K, HDMI 2.1 certified monitors to take advantage of the bump in specs.
10 must-have apps for any new PC
You just purchased a new PC and set it up, and now you're looking for some great apps. Look no further. These are the best apps for your new Windows 10 PC.