Microsoft Launches News and Interests in Windows 10
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Microsoft launches news and interest in Windows 10, after testing the feature last month. The latest feature will allow users and content creators to easily access personalized content at a glance that gets updated throughout the day.

In a blog post, Microsoft’s Aaron Woodman said “News and interests on the Windows 10 taskbar will begin rolling out to customers over the next several weeks.”

Windows 10 users can access News and Interests via a pop-up news feed that sits on the Windows 10 taskbar by default. You can also disable it if you don’t require it. Microsoft is known to introduce a number of noteworthy features. Though they sound to be helpful many users end up disabling them, and finally, Microsoft kills it off.

The latest feature is good as it would certainly keep the fake news away. Also will give quick and easy access to the news while using your computer.