It seems that an update System The new Windows 10 has been set up to bring back one of the best features of Windows 7, allowing users to quickly and easily download and install drivers and optional updates to ensure their computers run as fully as possible.
The new update (Windows 10 Build 19041.450) provides an optional updates page, which you can find by going to Settings> Update & Security> (Windows Update)> View Optional Updates.
Windows 10’s new update also means that new drivers can be found and installed via Windows Update, instead of going to the Device Manager, where the programs used to be. Hopefully, this is an easier-to-use way to make sure your drivers are up to date.
Windows 10 has been plagued by lately With a series of problematic updates That caused more problems than fixed, and many of them were optional – by giving users better control over what was installed – and hopefully, people can avoid installing any useless updates.
Installing the latest drivers can also help ensure that computers are running as well as possible, so making it easy for people to do so is commendable.
Driver updates, as well as non-security updates, general quality updates and modifications will now also be displayed on the (Optional updates) page.
If you want to try the latest Windows 10 update, be sure to install (Windows 10 KB4566782).
It is worth noting that Microsoft launched an update for its (Your Phone) application earlier this August that allows Windows 10 users to run Android applications alongside Windows applications on personal computers. And now, the update and feature is available for some Samsung phones, namely: the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S20. There is a promise from Microsoft to support more Android phones soon, but it did not specify if these devices are from Samsung or from other companies.
The new ability is based on the mirroring feature that the (Your Phone) app already provides, as users can access a list of Android apps in the app and run it via a PC. These applications will work in a separate window outside the (Your Phone) application.