Microsoft recently released an update to Microsoft Launcher that adds a couple of new features. It also brings several improvements, including making sure the time widget works with daylight saving time.
Microsoft Launcher on Surface Duo is getting its own Screen Time feature, something that's been available on other Android devices for a while, but was curiously missing on Surface Duo at launch. Screen Time lets you see an overview of your device usage, including screen on time, how many times you've opened apps, and how much time you've spent inside an app.
Microsoft's Timeline feature on Windows 10 has seen little success since it's debut, with only a handful of applications really taking advantage of the cross-device syncing capabilities that Timeline provides. While Timeline is still part of Windows 10 today, other Microsoft products appear to be moving away from it in favor of a more traditional "recents" UI.
Microsoft Launcher allows you to back up your settings, wallpapers, icon layout, and more. Backing up and restoring Microsoft Launcher is a great way to save time when setting up a new device or reverting back to a layout you had before. Here's how to do it.
You can easily customize the look and feel of Microsoft Launcher. A great way to make it your own is to turn notification badges on. These allow you to quickly see which apps have notifications waiting for you.
If you're looking to add a little more Microsoft flavor to your Android setup, the Fluent Icon Pack is a good way to do so. Combined with Microsoft Launcher for Android, your phone will exude Microsoft pizzaz.
Microsoft today launched Microsoft Launcher 6.0, a massive overhaul of the codebase and design of the launcher. There are also several new features tagging along for the ride, including landscape mode.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, There's renewed interest and speculation about Surface Duo thanks to a photo of Satya Nadella showing off the upcoming device. Windows 7 support has officially ended, but there are still hundreds of millions of machines in service running the OS. All that, and more.
Microsoft has released a preview of the next version of the Microsoft Launcher for Android today, which features a rewrite of several key areas of the Launcher, along with a new user interface and features. This new version of the Microsoft Launcher comes in at version 6.0, and is the biggest update to the Microsoft Launcher yet.