Microsoft has just released new updates for Windows 10 apps, once again without providing any change log that would let us know what is included.
Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Health, and MSN Weather have gotten minor updates today, and as is the case whenever Microsoft releases improvements to Windows 10 apps, everyone is recommended to get them as soon as possible because they most likely bring bug fixes and other enhancements that are worth having on your PC.
The Health app is a must-have for Microsoft Band owners and is now universal, so it runs on both PCs and smartphones, and it turns out that the company is very keen on improving it frequently. As far as OneNote is concerned, this is the second update it gets in just a couple of weeks, but as usual, bug fixes are clearly welcome for users of the app.
And last but not least, MSN Weather continues to be an essential app for Windows 10 users. This is not only because it shows the weather forecast in a very clean interface but also thanks to its live tile, which is being used to display the latest details right in the Start menu, without the need to open the app.
Anyone can download the updates from the Windows Store, and in case they don’t show up, you can check manually by clicking on the Downloads and updates section available under your profile icon.