Windows 10 news recap: more Samsung phones could get “Link to Windows” feature, Minecraft to get a new rendering engine, and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news summary, where we will review the main stories of last week in the world of Microsoft's flagship operating system.

Other Samsung Android phones can get a built-in "Link to Windows" experience currently exclusive to the Note 10

Samsung's new feature for your Galaxy Note 10 smartphone could reach other Samsung phones with Android technology, adding a new "Link to Windows" function to allow a tighter integration adjustment between a user's phone and PC.

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The new icon for the Windows 10 camera application leaks online and looks

It seems that the Windows camera is set to get a new icon as a new icon appears for the online application.

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Several battery problems appear to be affecting some Surface Pro 5 and 6 Delaware defects

Some Surface Pro users are experiencing problems with their batteries. The problems seem to affect the Surface Pro 5 and Surface Pro 6 devices. For the most part, the problems seem to derive from the battery capacity of the devices as they age.

Minecraft is getting a new rendering engine and support for Ray Tracing in Windows 10

Mojang is working on a new rendering engine for Minecraft that will offer new graphic enhancements, such as edge highlighting . In addition, support for ray tracing is also planned for a future beta version, in NVIDIA compatible GPUs.

  Minecraft is getting a new rendering engine and Ray Traycing support on Windows 10

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

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