Microsoft has pushed out updates to a couple of Windows 10 core apps today, bringing new versions of Windows Alarms & Clock and Windows Maps. There doesn't look to be anything new in these updates, so they're likely chock full of bug fixes and performance improvements.
The good news is that since these are universal core apps, they've been updated on both Windows 10 desktop as well as Windows 10 Mobile, so you've got double the updates to grab if you're running with a PC and Windows Phone.
If you happen to notice anything we missed in the updates, be sure to shout out in the comments below. Otherwise, you can hit up the links below to grab the latest updates.
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