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Microsoft has announced the release of TypeScript 5.5. TypeScript adds static typing and optional type annotations to JavaScript. It is free and open-source. With its ability to transpile to JavaScript, it is well-suited for building massive apps.

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A new preview version of Windows Terminal is now available for testing. The update fixes various bugs, including a crash caused by closing a pane too quickly, preventing crashes caused from zooming in too much, recalling tabs via "default terminal," and restarting output using OSC sequences. Furthermore, assistive technologies such as screen readers and Inspect can now pinpoint your position without fail. The update also explains when Built-in Glyphs will be used and addresses difficulties with PowerShell's experimental "menu completion" feature.

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Windows Terminal 1.20.11381.0 is now available. The update includes bug fixes for crashes caused by closing panes too quickly, preventing crashes caused by zooming in too much, fixing tab memory issues, allowing assistive technology to detect location with cursor movement, and resolving Narrator issues. There are now clickable URLs on the right side of the screen, as well as enlarged ones.

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The release candidate for TypeScript 5.5, a high-level programming language, is now available from Microsoft. TypeScript adds static typing and optional type annotations to JavaScript. It is free and open-source. With its ability to transpile to JavaScript, it is well-suited for building massive apps.

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Microsoft has released the first development build of Windows Package Manager 1.8 for Windows 10 and 11. It contains experimental features, fixes for e2e tests, mixed elevation integration difficulties, and preliminary support for msstore download.

The build will be released to Windows Insider Dev builds and Windows Package Manager Insiders. The changes include setting the test source package as trusted, removing parent directories when empty, completing MSStore download and licensing, stabilizing proxy features, indexing V2, removing PAT tokens for ADO fuzzing tasks, updating correlation tools, enabling logging for inproc invocations, fixing limit mode metadata blocking, moving paths code to shared, and updating sfs.

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The first Windows Package Manager 1.8 release candidate build for Windows 10 and 11 is now available. This release disables experimental features, and WinGet v1.8 will be the final stable version of WinGet that does so.

The change log includes updating the WinGet Download specification, adding CDN troubleshooting steps, updating the fuzzing code coverage pipeline, increasing the version to 1.8, removing x86 platforms from the fuzzing pipeline, making the SQLite wrapper more resilient, standardizing documentation formatting, resolving conflicts with issue forms, refactoring IPackage, and enabling WindowsPackageManagerCommandLineInterfaces Policy Behavior. The release also adds experimental support for multiple installed versions, MultiQuery duplicates, source trust level settings, and improved MSStore installation success rates.

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PowerToys 0.81.0 is now available. Key improvements include fixing triggered Advanced Paste issues, adding a GPO rule to disable AI online models, improving descriptions on Advanced Paste settings and OOBE pages, resolving clipboard history issues, and addressing PowerToys Run's accent color issue in Windows Settings.

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PowerToys version 0.81.0 has been released. This release includes a new AI-powered application called Advanced Paste, which converts clipboard material into several formats. Command Not Found now works with PowerShell Gallery and supports ARM64. Accessibility concerns have been addressed, and the Environment Variables Editor, Hosts File Editor, and Registry Preview utilities have been released.

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The Windows Package Manager 1.7.11261 has been released. The fifth stable release of Windows Package Manager 1.7 for Windows 10 and 11 has resolved issues with mixed elevation integration. Management. Configuration as a remote server dependence, together with trimmed lengthier configuration text blocks.

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The Windows Terminal Preview version 1.21.1272.0 has been released. This release has several notable features, including the ability to remember and restore the contents of the screen when using the "Open windows from a previous session" startup option, buffer snapshots stored in human-readable text, multiple active fonts, support for comma-separated face names, rendering pixel-perfect block elements, box-drawing characters, PowerLine symbols, and high-fidelity textured shade glyphs, customizable OpenType Features and Axes, and the capability.

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Windows Terminal 1.20.11271.0 has been released. The new rendering engine is enabled by default, and resizing has been rewritten for faster and more reliable results. Alterate Scroll Mode is also enabled for easier page scrolling.

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Windows Terminal Preview version 1.20.11215.0 has been released. Windows Terminal now includes Cascadia Code 2404.23, which eliminates search result highlighting and permits %WT_SETTINGS_DIR% in settings.json for portable mode. The most recent Azure Cloud Shell API version has been relocated to avoid difficulties. Bug fixes include patches for session restoration from 1.21, custom Pixel Shaders no longer acting strangely after running for too long, a memory leak on window close addressed, hidden cursors no longer reappearing unexpectedly, and UI style problems in menu item capitalization and ellipses.

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Windows Terminal version 1.19.11213.0 has been released. This is the final servicing release for Stable 1.19, which includes changes such as Terminal now using Cascadia Code 2404.23, a move to the most recent Azure Cloud Shell API version, and bug fixes for hidden cursors, minimized window movement, and UI style errors in menu item capitalization and ellipses.

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A beta version of TypeScript 5.5, high-level programming language, is now available from Microsoft. TypeScript adds static typing and optional type annotations to JavaScript. It is free and open-source. With its ability to transpile to JavaScript, it is well-suited for building massive apps.

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Windows Package Manager 1.8.1133-preview has been released. Changes include adding triggers for context labels, supporting optional limitations in configuration, dynamic runtime configuration, increasing MSStore installation success rate, refactoring HttpClientHelper to CommonCore, adding AdditionalLibraryDirectories to UndockedRegFreeWinRT, and adding Arm64 to the list of architectures in Module Initialization.

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The fourth stable release of the Windows Package Manager 1.7 series for Windows 10 and Windows 11 fixes problems and adds arm64 support for Microsoft.WinGet.Client PowerShell module. Changes include the ability to establish optional limitations in the configuration, an enhanced MSStore installation success rate, dynamic runtime configuration support, and package case functionality.

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There is a new bugfix release of PowerToys available. This release also includes an update to.NET 8.0.4 that addresses startup crashes on older CPUs. There were issues with the installation of DSC module folders, the Keyboard Manager Editor crashing when Visual C++ Redistributable was not installed, and the Text Extractor settings page not opening. These issues have been fixed.

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PowerToys 0.80.0 has been released. New features include State Configuration support for PowerToys, updated Windows App SDK dependency, WebP/WebM file support, audio file support, and automated UI testing for FancyZones Editor in CI.

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The second preview release of Windows Package Manager 1.8 is now available for testing. This release is available for download. This update includes a number of changes that are intended to improve the level of support for WinGet. These changes include updating the code coverage pipeline, removing the x86 platform from the fuzzing pipeline, making the SQLite wrapper more resilient, and fixing issues with settings.

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With the release of Windows Package Manager 1.7 for Windows 10 (1809+) and 11, a number of issues have been resolved. These issues include the ability to enable COM calls, the ability to ignore corrupted source data, and an improvement in server start coordination.

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It has been announced by Microsoft that support for NET 7 will be discontinued on May 14, 2024. Users are required to upgrade to.NET 8 prior to this date. There will be no new security updates released after this date, and access to technical support may be restricted.

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A new release of the Windows Terminal Preview has been made available, which includes improvements and fixes for bugs. It is now compatible with computers that have an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, it correctly reads console output characterW on lines that have narrow surrogate pairs, and it is no longer pushed around by wide characters when an auto-detected URL or search result is being displayed. All of the localizations have been checked into the project, and directly displayed control characters are now available.

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Dustin L. Howett has made the announcement that Windows Terminal version 1.19.10821.0 is now available for download. The Windows Terminal Stable servicing release for the month of March includes a number of bug fixes and changes. These include the following: reverting to an older compiler for Intel Core 2 Duo machines; ensuring that readConsoleOutputCharacterW works on lines with narrow surrogate pairs; removing wide characters from URLs and search results; displaying control characters; and allowing historic versions to retain their original languages.

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Microsoft has released NuGet 6.9. Package manager NuGet is primarily utilized for the purpose of packaging and distributing software that was developed using the.NET framework.

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Users will now be able to execute elevated commands directly from an elevated console session thanks to a new feature called Sudo for Windows, which was recently made available by Microsoft in Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 26052.

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There has been a release of Windows Terminal Preview 1.20, which is a small release that focuses on backportable bug fixes and places an emphasis on community contributions. Improvements have been made to the display, rendering engine, search results, opacity, and resize capabilities available in this release.

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Windows Terminal 1.19 is now available for download, and it includes a number of new features, including instant search, broadcast mode, integrated "search the web," window border colors in themes, and a new text rendering engine. The release also includes bug fixes, accessibility improvements, and improved reliability.

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Windows Terminal version 1.18.10291.0 has been made available for download. A number of bugs have been fixed, including the implementation of a background color directive for RTF export, the resolution of issues with Terminal loading Cascadia Mono, the guarantee that the readFile buffer size is insufficient, the enhancement of accessibility, the guarantee of reliability, the elimination of shutdown problems, and the prevention of memory leaks.

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There is a new version of PowerToys that has been made available. The update includes improvements to settings and GPO policies, as well as new languages, fixes for common startup crashes, and fixes for other common crashes. Along with fixing problems with the file watcher, AlwaysOnTop, Command Not Found, File Explorer add-ons, File Locksmith, and Find My Mouse, the update also fixes problems with the hosts File Editor.

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Microsoft has released a beta version of TypeScript 5.4. TypeScript is a programming language that was developed by Microsoft. It is comparable to JavaScript in that it incorporates static typing and type annotations as optional features.