Windows 10 news recap: search improvements, server leaks, and USB 3.1 Type C support

Zac Bowden

Windows 10

This week Windows 10 wasn’t a focal point of news, which is a first for this year. Only a few Windows 10 stories actually found their way to the web this week, but alas our weekly recap must continue. This week, it was revealed that Microsoft had begun improving the way users search in recent builds. No longer will it use Cortana, but instead list search results within the Start Menu, much like before.

Also this week, Windows Server 10 build 9926 leaked onto the web, being the second Server build to now reach the public. Microsoft has been quiet on the Server 10 fron ever since the company released Windows Server 10 build 9841 back in October.

Furthermore, Lenovo announced plans to make all their Windows 10 hardware adware and bloatware free. This comes after the recent Superfish problem the company ran into, installing malicious software onto its PC’s out of box.

And finally this week, it was revealed that Windows 10 will support USB 3.1 Type C. So that’s really about it for this week, what was your favorite story? Leave your comments below!