Microsoft recently released the PowerToys 0.70 update, which fixes many bugs, improves performance and introduces some new utilities that users have fed back in previous versions.
This update focuses on improving the quality of life of the Registry Preview, Awake, and Mouse Jump utilities, which are not fixing existing bugs but improving ease of use by improving the way they work.
PowerToys 0.70 updates are as follows:
Introduction of a new utility called Mouse Without Borders:
When turned on, users can use one set of keyboard and mouse to operate multiple devices and share clipboards and files between multiple devices.
Microsoft has upgraded it to .NET 7 with some minor tweaks to fit the PowerToys model.
Introduction of a new utility called Peek:
Users can enable it via a shortcut (Ctrl + Spacebar by default) to quickly preview selected files in File Explorer.
Users can download PowerToys from the Microsoft Store or GitHub, or via the winget command (run the command line interface as administrator and enter the following command: winget install –id Microsoft.PowerToys).