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Microsoft is already testing this change in Insider builds of Windows 10. Starting January 6, 2021, with Insider build 21286, people testing unstable versions of Windows 10 will see the widget.
It appears on the left side of your system tray (often, but incorrectly, called the “system tray”). It shows the current weather in your area – right on the taskbar. If you click on it, you will see news headlines, more information about the weather, stock market movements and sports scores. Microsoft calls it “an integrated feed of dynamic content, such as news and weather, that is updated throughout the day.”
You can of course customize what you want to see in the feed, and you can hide this Weather and News widget, just like you can hide the My People widget today. All you need to do is right click on your taskbar and remove the check mark.
Microsoft is testing variations on this feature, so it may not look identical when it reaches your PC. Based on Microsoft’s development schedule, we expect this feature to hit stable Windows 10 PCs with a major update scheduled for Fall 2021 – or, if Microsoft is really in a hurry, Spring 2021.