Microsoft is preparing to push News and interest modules to Windows 10 20H1/20H2 users
The News and interest module is a new feature added by Microsoft in the Windows 10 Insider Preview version, which is similar to a small information pop-up window for users to view news and information.
The weather module is located on the right side of the taskbar. When the user clicks on the weather module, an information window can be popped up to view various types of news.
This is actually very similar to what Microsoft previously provided in the Windows 10 search box. For example, you can select or delete unnecessary categories according to your interests.
As for its news source, it is Microsoft MSN News, which is the current Microsoft News website. For example, regular news and various entertainment news and sports news. The essential purpose of Microsoft is naturally to increase the traffic of Bing search and increase the market share.
Originally, this feature seems to be the Windows 10 Sun Valley update, but Microsoft is now preparing to push this feature to stable version users through cumulative updates.
Windows 10 20H1 and Windows 10 20H2 will support this feature. Local weather conditions will appear on the right side of the taskbar after the user is updated.
The user clicks on this weather widget to pop up the news and interest module, which provides multiple categories of news such as entertainment, sports, and finance by default.
Users can add or delete these modules according to their own interests. In this way, you can only view the content you are interested in. Of course, if you find this module annoying, the user can also hide it directly in the taskbar settings.