Microsoft brings to Windows 10 one of the new features of its latest system

Deepak Gupta August 7, 2022
Updated 2022/08/07 at 12:33 AM

Despite being focused on its new system, Microsoft is committed to ensuring the developments in Windows 11. It will be maintained for a few more years and so it should continue to receive news and improvements.

With what is being developed in Windows 11, there is room to bring these technologies to Windows 10. This will happen soon, with a new feature that has now been announced that will improve the printing experience in Windows 10.

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Microsoft will mix features

Windows 11 is currently the point of development for Microsoft. This system is being improved and trying to give users as much functionality as possible, thus ensuring that this is an up-to-date system as the best there is.

Something that seems logical is the union of efforts and the inclusion of features in both Microsoft systems. So, what's next for Windows 10 is something to be expected and important for its evolution, both for users and for what it offers them.

Windows 11 will contribute to Windows 10

Specifically, Windows 10 will now be able to control the printing process more finely. This will have a new control, which will prevent prints from being made without the user's authorization or from accumulating without the user's clear intention.

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This control will be as simple as using a PIN, which will block printing. Only after the user's authorization will the document be sent to the printer to be converted to a simple sheet of paper.

More news is expected in the future

By bringing this new feature to Windows 10, Microsoft wants to ensure that users save paper and ink cartridges. At the same time, it provides more security and guarantees the privacy of users, especially in environments with several printers present.

Of course, this will only be the first moment in which the functionalities of the 2 systems will come together. Microsoft will certainly increase this proximity and thus guarantee users the maximum, even faster.

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