Since its first release in 1985, when it was bundled in with Windows 1.0, very little has changed about Microsoft's plain-text editor Notepad, but the software giant has recently announced the first tweaks to the utility in years. Feature updates are new OS versions that typically arrive twice per year, in the spring and the fall. In the latest version of the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build (17713), Notepad received a feature upgrade. Plus, if you highlight a word or phrase and then open the find dialog, anything you've highlighted will be automatically filled in.
Whiteboard is available now for all Windows 10 users, and collaboration features are accessible to Office 365 commercial customers and anyone with a personal Microsoft account. Now, both Unix/Linux line endings (LF) and Macintosh line endings (CR) are supported in Notepad, making it even more accessible to developers. The company is releasing update KB4338819, which includes some general fixes and security patches for Windows 10. Edge users will also be able to listen to the pronunciation of the words, and more details. You can either navigate to the menu and select View Zoom, or use Ctrl + Plus, Ctrl + Minus and Ctrl + MouseWheel to zoom in and out.
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There are a number of other new features in today's build, including support for biometrics (Windows Hello for Business) for Azure Active Directory and Active Directory users who want to authenticate to a remote desktop session. You can draw, add sticky notes, import images, paste text, and pull in pictures from the web using the built-in Bing search tool. Also, when saving files, the line and column numbers will remain as they are instead of being reset to one.
In addition to delivering monthly quality updates, Microsoft has feature updates for Windows 10. Currently, Application Guard is also only supported on Windows 10 Enterprise build 1709 or newer, or Windows 10 Professional build 1803 or newer. You should see fewer authentication errors when using a single gMSA with multiple container instances.
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