Microsoft has announced a new news bar that anyone can use in Windows 10 when posting a preview of the new Windows 10 installation. The news bar is currently in the testing phase.
Microsoft has added a new one to its Windows 10 installation previews, which it has announced from time to time . The company also announced a new Windows 10 tool that it tested while announcing the installation preview .
Thanks to the feature that is still in the testing phase, Windows 10 users can access a new news bar called News Bar . The content in this news bar comes from 4500 publishers in the Microsfot News network and provides access to the news in the semi-permanent bar on the desired edge of the screen.
New news bar is accessible
Windows 10 has actually had a Microsoft News app for a long time . Although this application enables reading news from a larger screen, many users
are not even aware of this feature .
The idea behind the new bar is to give users instant news notifications. It is also possible to hide these notifications on demand. If you wish, you can postpone these news notifications for 2 or 8 hours to be reminded later . If you want, you can also close it completely.
The feature has pretty simple features right now and there are lots of improvements. For example, it is not possible to customize the news bar according to your own wishes. Currently, you can only select some stocks . Microsoft is expected to add sports and weather information to this feature in the future .
How can you install the new news bar?
If you want to use this feature, which is currently in the testing phase, what you need to do is quite simple. We will share step-by-step information for those who want to use the feature. Here's what you need to do:
Go to this page
Press the Get key.
There will be a warning for forwarding to Microsoft Store.
Press the Allow button.
Carry out the installation.
You may not be able to use the news bar if you cannot use the feature regionally or if you do not have the appropriate system architecture. Microsoft says that for this feature, you need to have Windows 10 17134.0 or higher.
What do you think about the new feature? Would you consider using the news bar?