Microsoft rolls out the big Windows semi-annual updates on a staggered basis, making the update available to an ever larger range of users as the company builds a clearer picture of any hardware and software incompatibilities.
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It may be tough to find a library-quiet corner of a bustling office or home to get some work done, but the expanded Quiet Hours feature for Windows 10 can at least help keep the distractions at bay.
Rather than wait for Microsoft's signal, enterprises are encouraged to roll out upgrades, albeit to internal piloting programs, as soon as consumers are offered them, and then move on to environment-wide deployment as soon as testing is completed and corporate IT staff are confident workflows won't be sundered.
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Build 17074 beefs up the Quiet Hours feature which, when turned on, prevents the user from being interrupted because they're busy working hard (or perhaps gaming hard), only allowing notifications to come through from 'important' contacts or apps (and blocking the rest).
In the latest preview build, Quiet Hours is automatically triggered when users mirror a display, ensuring that a presentation in front of a conference room full of colleagues isn't interrupted by a coworker's or loved one's ill-timed messages.
Just like its predecessor, this build brings a bevy of new features and improvements to the tablet that will definitely make Insiders very happy. They can also update their device or personalize the settings including their active hours, restart options and other advanced options in the Windows Update settings menu. Though the majority of changes might be classified as cosmetic rather than substantive, one of the most significant areas of improvements includes e-books, whose interface now is both more user-friendly and consistent.
Microsoft added support for EPUB Media Overlays.
Microsoft is continuing to push Windows 10 updates while claiming users are in control.
If you're experiencing this issue, you may want to check out this troubleshooting guide and follow the instructions to fix the problem. Until today, consumers have comprised the bulk of those running Windows 10 version 1709. On supported books, you can now hear the book read aloud with custom narration, with the publisher's chosen style applied to the highlight as the book is read. These are certainly nifty added touches. "This will consistently improve the experience of our international customers with Windows".
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