Here's your no-nonsense release summary, but if you've got time, there's more detail further down:
- You can expect a faster and consistent app launching experience across the board, whether you're launching a UWP app or a Windows program.
- We have the highly requested full screen document viewer that is making a return alongside a visual update for its file list.
- We've included support for modern method of authentication for Exchange, in line with the latest Microsoft security requirements.
- Along with a range of other fixes and improvements, this September release is set to be one of the most impactful ones so far.
Functionality and feature improvements
- Improved the document viewer: Documents now open in full screen and the document list has received a visual update.
- Launcher now supports the modern method of authentication for Exchange, in line with plans from Microsoft to deprecate its basic authentication method.
- The software has received a significant improvement to its app management capabilities, providing a faster and more consistent app launching experience.
- Removed auto-launch on start-up of Skype for Business and MS Teams.
- Revised the sign in panel for a cleaner aesthetic.
- Updated the room calendar to pick up the new format of Zoom links.
Fixes to bugs and defects
- Fixed issues with launching of a variety of apps, including Teams (black screen), Ring Central and Microsoft Edge.
- Fixed an issue whereby MS Teams shortcut would target the incorrect app.
- Fixed a minor UI issue that would occur when editing certain text fields.
- Fixed a problem with web links not appearing on the home screen that would prevent other links or apps from being added.
- Fixed a minor usability issue that would prevent users from closing the web link modal window from closing when tapping outside its boundary.
- Fixed an issue whereby Edge could be added to the home screen twice.