Windows 10 news recap: Alexa coming to select Windows 10 PCs, latest Intel CPU firmware updates cause reboot issues and more

Jack Wilkinson

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Alexa is coming for “select Windows 10 PCs” in Q1 2018, sign up for more info

Select Windows 10 PCs will be receiving built-in Amazon Alexa support in the first quarter of 2018. Those interested are recommended to sign up for further information when it’s available.

Latest firmware updates for Skylake, Kaby Lake CPUs can also cause reboot issues, Intel says

Intel seems to be having a particularly bad start to 2018, and the bad news continues. The latest firmware updates for a number of its processors, including Skylake and Kaby Lake, can cause reboot issues, according to Intel.

Fonts to get their own settings page in upcoming Windows 10 Insider builds

Managing fonts and their respective settings is about to get a bit easier in Windows 10. Windows 10 Insider builds will get their own Fonts settings page in a future build.

Windows 10 Font Settings

Windows 10 FeedLab app updates with new features, Fluent Design and more

The FeedLab app, a third-party Feedly client, has received a significant update on Windows 10, delivering Fluent Design, new features and more. Additionally, three new languages are available in this release. Take a look at all the changes in this update here.

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!