Microsoft kills off My People, deprecates other Windows 10 features
Thursday, 14 November 2019 Microsoft rolls out two feature updates a year for Windows 10, although the latest release, the November 2019 Update (1909) -- out now -- is more of a system pack. While the software giant adds new features in these releases, it also removes some, and deprecates others. It has updated its list of features that are no longer being developed for one reason or another, and this time around that list includes My People. The My People feature, introduced in the Fall Creators Update back in 2017, allows users to pin up to three contacts on the taskbar for quick… [Continue Reading]
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