Microsoft is reportedly bringing printing capabilities from Windows 11 to Windows 10. The new printing feature is expected to introduce the ability to add a PIN to a print job. This step is supposed to be added to avoid duplicate connections and incorrect printing. The update is said to be part of the Windows 10 version 22H2 update. It was reported last month that Microsoft was moving to a new development schedule for Windows. Windows 11 has also reportedly come with a feature called “Privacy Audit” which will help users watch which apps are accessing their microphone, camera and location data.
According to a recent Windows Latest report, Microsoft is bringing Windows 11 printing capabilities to Windows 10, as part of its Windows 10 version 22H2 update. This is said to include features exclusive to Windows 11, including the ability to add a PIN to a print job. This feature should help avoid duplicate logins as well as incorrect printing.
As mentioned earlier, Microsoft reportedly adopted a new development schedule for the Windows operating system. The company is expected to return to its traditional three-year cycle, which could mean the next major release could be released in 2024. That release could be Windows 12 if the company chooses to stick with it. to its current naming trend, as per the report. Microsoft should also double down on releasing new features for the current version of Windows.
As a reminder, Windows 11 has also reportedly come with a feature called “Privacy Audit” which will help users watch which apps are accessing their microphone, camera and location data. Microsoft initially presented the feature to app developers for testing. However, it will be available to Windows 11 users in the future to allow them to decide whether to continue using apps that track their sensitive data on the system.
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