One of the most useful Windows 11 tools is coming to Windows 10

After making its debut in Windows 11, pin-protected publishing and more are coming to Windows 10.

Pin-protected printing, which actually debuted on Windows 11, is now available on Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system.

In order to make the transition from Windows 10 more natural. The tech giant has a “scoped set of features” that it aims to transfer over from Windows 11. These features will soon be shared between the two operating systems.

Windows 11 (and now Windows 10) users have the option to set a pin on their computer in an effort to prevent duplicate printing. Particularly in crowded offices and workplaces. Only once this pin is entered into the printer will the file(s) be printed.

Most useful Windows 11 tools:

Windows 10 printing with pin protection

The change should help reduce paper waste in this environmentally concerned era, in addition to improving security and privacy.

The Print Support App, which is made to support new features and allow workplaces to print workflows to the print experience without the need to install additional drivers, is available to enterprise users as another feature. That has been bridged over to Windows 10.

Users of Windows 11 have also praised the focus assist feature for the OS’s do not disturb mode. Which enables users to continue receiving crucial, urgent messages even when the do not disturb setting is active.

With build number 19044.1806, which is presently testable in the Release Preview Channel. The Windows 11 printing and do not disturb capabilities are coming to Windows 10.

There is currently no information available on the release date of this build. Which has been in testing since June of this year. However, you can view the complete list of features and fixes on the Windows blog website (opens in new tab).

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via Windows Latest

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