Windows 10 news recap: new Pinterest app arrives in Microsoft Store, Intel makes it easier to check integrated graphics settings with new app, 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.

New Pinterest app shows up on the Windows 10 Microsoft Store

A new app for Pinterest has appeared in the Microsoft Store on Windows 10, but before you get too excited, it looks to be just a web app with no additional features, it simply replicates the Pinterest website into an app shell, unlike Twitter’s app which takes the website and bolts features on top.

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The now open source Windows 10 Calculator app will get a new “graphing mode”

Microsoft is adding a “Graphing Mode” to its now open source Windows 10 Calculator app. The new mode will show visualisations of mathematical equations on a graph.


Intel makes it easier to check your integrated graphics settings on Windows 10 with new Graphics Command Center app

Intel has released a new app into the Microsoft Store on Windows 10 that makes it easier for users to adjust settings for their integrated graphics card, surfacing settings to optimise for games, videos, and adjust settings for displays.

Intel Graphics Command Center

Windows 10 Your Phone app now lets you push content from a PC to an Android phone

The Your Phone app on Windows 10 can now push content from a Windows 10 PC to an Android phone, making it easier to move from one device to another seamlessly. Microsoft Edge is the only app supported at first, but it could allow you to move a website you’re looking at from your laptop to your phone, if you’re about to go out but still need the content, for example.

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