Microsoft released PowerToys 0.62 today, but the big surprise is the addition of three new tools, er, toys.
Recent PowerToys Stories
Microsoft recently upgraded its PowerToys suite of power user utilities to version 0.60 with a couple of Windows 11 updates.
Two and a half years after Microsoft announced that it was rebooting the PowerToys, the utilities are available in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has released a new version of PowerToys that improves stability and makes a few other refinements.
PowerToys is an application that Microsoft is building that adds new functionality to Windows. The tool is free to download and reached the 0.16 milestone today.
The first two utilities in Microsoft’s new PowerToys---a Windows key shortcut guide and a Snap window manager---are now available.
With this week’s news that Microsoft is rebooting PowerToys, I thought it would be fun to take a trip back in time.
Microsoft is rebooting the PowerToys, a set of system utilities that debuted alongside Windows 95, as open source projects on GitHub.