PowerToys is a set of utilities for power users to tune and streamline their Windows experience for greater productivity. Inspired by the Windows 95 era PowerToys project, this reboot provides power users with utilities to squeeze more out of the Windows 10 shell and customize it for their individual workflows.

What tools are included in PowerToys?

Microsoft keeps adding utilities to the suite, however the 12 main tools are: Always on Top, PowerToys Awake, Color Picker, FancyZones, File Explorer add-ons, Image Resizer, Keyboard Manager, PowerRename, Mouse Utilities, PowerToys Run, Shortcut Guide, and Video Conference Mute.

What is the purpose of PowerToys?

PowerToys are smaller add-ons or utilities that can enhance and customize your Windows experience. Microsoft created PowerToys for power users looking for a bit more personalization and tweakability.

What are the two most useful tools in PowerToys?

PowerToys offers several handy tools for specific use cases, but two very popular ones are FancyZones, which lets you rearrange your window layout to run multiple apps on one screen, and PowerToys Run, which is a Spotlight-like launcher that includes quick search for apps and files in Windows.

Is Microsoft PowerToys free?

Yes, PowerToys is free and open-source.

Does PowerToys work on Windows 11?

PowerToys is compatible with Windows 10 and Windows 11

Getting started

To kick the tires on the first two utilities, download the installer here. The main PowerToys service runs when Windows starts and a user logs in. When the service is running, a PowerToys icon appears in the system tray. Selecting the icon launches the PowerToys settings UI. The settings UI lets you enable and disable individual utilities and provides settings for each utility. There is also a link to the help doc for each utility. You can right click the tray icon to quit the Power Toys service.

PowerToys settings UI.Note that some PowerToys functionality requires running in an elevated process. Elevation is required to interact with and manipulate windows from processes that have a higher set of rights than the current user. This is why the PowerToys.exe requests elevation when launched.

If you find bugs or have suggestions, please open an issue in the Power Toys GitHub repo. The backlog for creating new utilities is here. You can provide feedback on the backlog to suggest new ideas or a different priority order by joining the backlog discussion in this issue.

Current PowerToy utilities

The currently available utilities include:

Always on Top

Always on Top enables you to pin windows on top of all other windows with a quick key shortcut (⊞ Win+Ctrl+T).

PowerToys Awake

PowerToys Awake is designed to keep a computer awake without having to manage its power & sleep settings. This behavior can be helpful when running time-consuming tasks, ensuring that the computer does not go to sleep or turns off its screens.

Color Picker

ColorPicker is a system-wide color picking utility activated with Win+Shift+C. Pick colors from any currently running application, the picker automatically copies the color into your clipboard in a set format. Color Picker also contains an editor that shows a history of previously picked colors, allows you to fine-tune the selected color and to copy different string representations. This code is based on Martin Chrzan's Color Picker.

FancyZones

FancyZones is a window manager that makes it easy to create complex window layouts and quickly position windows into those layouts.

File Explorer add-ons

File Explorer add-ons enable preview pane rendering in File Explorer to display SVG icons (.svg), Markdown (.md) and PDF file previews. To enable the preview pane, select the "View" tab in File Explorer, then select "Preview Pane".

Image Resizer

Image Resizer is a Windows Shell extension for quickly resizing images. With a simple right click from File Explorer, resize one or many images instantly. This code is based on Brice Lambson's Image Resizer.

Keyboard Manager

Keyboard Manager allows you to customize the keyboard to be more productive by remapping keys and creating your own keyboard shortcuts. This PowerToy requires Windows 10 1903 (build 18362) or later.

Mouse utilities

Mouse utilities add functionality to enhance your mouse and cursor. With Find My Mouse, quickly locate your mouse's position with a spotlight that focuses on your cursor. This feature is based on source code developed by Raymond Chen.

PowerRename

PowerRename enables you to perform bulk renaming, searching and replacing file names. It includes advanced features, such as using regular expressions, targeting specific file types, previewing expected results, and the ability to undo changes. This code is based on Chris Davis's SmartRename.

PowerToys Run

PowerToys Run can help you search and launch your app instantly - just press the shortcut Alt+Space and start typing. It is open source and modular for additional plugins. Window Walker is now included as well. This PowerToy requires Windows 10 1903 (build 18362) or later.

Shortcut Guide

Windows key shortcut guide appears when a user presses ⊞ Win+Shift+/ (or as we like to think, ⊞ Win+?) and shows the available shortcuts for the current state of the desktop. You can also change this setting and press and hold ⊞ Win.

Video Conference Mute

Video Conference Mute is a quick way to globally "mute" both your microphone and camera using ⊞ Win+Shift+Q while on a conference call, regardless of the application that currently has focus. This requires Windows 10 1903 (build 18362) or later.

Languages

Currently, PowerToys is available in the following languages: Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Turkish.

Community led and developed in the open

Our goal for the PowerToys project is for it to be an extension of the Windows power user community and for it to provide the functionality these users find most valuable. Our backlog of utilities is on GitHub, and we encourage the community to provide feedback on the backlog in this issue. Each utility has its own feature backlog. You can also contribute to the Windows shortcut guide backlog and the FancyZones backlog. For new utility suggestions, please create a new issue to discuss the idea.

Creating your own PowerToys utilities

While opening bug reports, feature suggestions, and feedback on the backlog are all incredibly valuable for this project, if you're one of the many power users that are also developers, you can contribute directly to the product.

When the PowerToys project was first announced this spring, we didn't think the reception would be as enthusiastic as it has been. The project started with just an empty repo, with a roadmap and a place for power users to provide suggestions and ideas. However, over 4000 users starred the repo, showing a strong interest in the project. Given this enthusiasm, we're anticipating many developers will want to contribute to PowerToys, and we've made sure that the documentation, project architecture, and tools are ready for the community to dive in.

Before getting started, it's worthwhile to read the contribution guidelines for the project. After that, you should read the "Developer Guidance" section of the PowerToys readme, which has a link to the new PowerToys utility Visual Studio template. Each utility is a .dll, which is loaded by the PowerToys runtime and each utility can provide settings to the PowerToys settings framework with a JSON blob. The settings UI takes this JSON and automatically creates a settings UI for the utility. More information on the settings format can be found in the Settings spec.

What's New

This is a patch release to fix issues in v0.59.0 to fix a few bugs we deemed important for stability based on incoming rates. See v0.59.0 for full release notes.

  • #18657: FancyZones not working with windows showing in all desktops is fixed.
  • #18663: Messages showing there was an error updating should no longer appear when PowerToys is up-to-date.
  • #18712: On some systems OOBE Windows renders a bit too big, so we made the window resizable.
  • #18696: Added a setting to disable the search delay in PowerToys Run, as some users preferred the old behavior.
  • #18679: A FancyZones bug where windows were not snapping after switching layouts is fixed.
  • #18761: PowerToys Run is not getting the default web browser under some conditions. Potential fixes and added logs are included.
  • #18842: Upgraded the Windows App SDK runtime to 1.1.1, containing the newest fixes.

The v0.59 release cycle we focused on wrapping up building for native ARM64 and releasing the first experimental build. Below are some of the highlights!

Installer Hashes

x64 Installer Hash

A6742F3C9A477FF50BF3E6F8521FCDC4B7524A81659D0F5C5D850716EFF3D8B8

ARM64 Installer Hash

B7125697BDBF4A6F835757B4CFB9F71A5A5C6E08C073777112A3D212DC04B170

Highlights

  • The work for running natively on ARM64 has been wrapped up and a build is released. Thanks @snickler!
  • Power Rename now is running on WinUI 3.
  • Keyboard Manager now allows up to 4 modifier keys for shortcuts and has received some quality fixes.
  • Upgraded the Windows App SDK runtimes to 1.1.0, fixing an issue where Settings wouldn't start with UAC off and improving performance.
  • The Windows App SDK runtime binaries are being shipped with PowerToys which should resolve the installations issues reported with WinAppSDK.

Known issues

  • There are reports of users who are unable to open the Settings window. This is being caused by incompatibilities with some applications (RTSS RivaTuner Statistics Server and MSI AfterBurner are known examples of this). If you're affected by this, please check the linked issue to verify if any of the presented solutions works for you.

General

  • Some typos were fixed. Thanks @eltociear, @rcmaehl and @ShyPixie!

ARM64

  • ARM64 support now fully added!
  • Fixed PowerRename to work on ARM64.
  • Fixed File Explorer tools to work on ARM64.
  • Made changes for the installer projects to build ARM64 installers.
  • Configured the CI and Release pipelines to build for ARM64.
  • Added ARM64 build status to the README.

Always on Top

  • Fixed an issue where the borders where sticking around when a window was minimized with Win+D.

FancyZones

  • Fixed a bug that was consuming CPU cycles when the default layout was set.
  • Fixed a bug where apps were not opened in their last known zones due to Virtual Desktop ID changes.
  • Fixed a bug that was snapping popup menus opened by applications.
  • Fixed a bug causing windows not to be snapped under some configurations.

Image Resizer

  • No longer tries to change metadata on files that were not actually resized. Thanks @adamchilders!

File explorer add-ons

  • Fixed a bug where modules depending on WebView2 would be limited to opening files smaller than 2 MB. Now the resulting html is generated into a temporary file before presenting it.
  • Add a viewBox attribute to svg files that don't have one so that the preview tries to show the whole image.
  • Remove scrollbar that was showing when rendering svg thumbnails.

Keyboard Manager

  • Now up to four modifier keys can be used in shortcuts. This will allow you to use the Office key (which sends Win+Ctrl+Shift+Alt), for example.
  • Fixed a bug locking Keyboard Manager when two shortcut mapping were pressed at the same time.
  • Removed event spam for certain telemetry events.

PowerRename

  • Ported to use WinUI 3 instead of WinUI 2.

PowerToys Run

  • The Services plugin is able to search for parts of the name, display name or the service type or state. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • The Services plugin now supports the startup type 'Automatic (Delayed Autostart)'. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • The Services plugin now has tooltips for large service names and other UI improvements. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • The TimeDate plugin gave results for queries containing just numbers on global queries. This has been fixed. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • We've introduced a throttle before a query is done to ensure typing is done to increase performance. Thanks @shandsj!
  • Fixed a crash in WebSearch when there's an empty pattern setup for the system's default browser.
  • Fixed a bug where VSCodeWorkspaces was not finding portable installations of VSCode. Thanks @harvastum!
  • The Calculator plugin reacts better to invalid input and internal errors. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • The Calculator plugin can now be configured to use the US number format instead of the system one. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • The Folder plugin supports paths containing "/". Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Settings

  • Now the UI for adding excluded apps for FindMyMouse is disabled when the module is disabled. Thanks @davidegiacometti!
  • Text was improved in the Settings UI for File Explorer. Thanks @Jay-o-Way!
  • Settings won't try to launch if everything runs elevated in the machine, and a warning message is shown instead.
  • Some minor UI fixes. Thanks @niels9001!
  • The Settings screen should now open correctly if the OOBE screen was opened first.
  • The rounded corner settings for FancyZones now only show on Windows 11. Thanks @davidegiacometti!
  • Fixed a UI freeze when entering the Keyboard Manager page with clean settings.
  • Fixed a UI glitch where a message was being shown that all PowerToys Run plugins were disabled when using the search function. Thanks @davidegiacometti!
  • Upgraded the Windows App SDK runtimes to 1.1.0, fixing an issue where Settings wouldn't start with UAC off and improving performance.

Runner

  • Auto-update takes into account if it's running on x64 or arm64 to download the right installer.

Installer

  • Updated the .NET dependency to 6.0.5.
  • The installer is now built using a beta version of Wix 3.14 for arm64 support.
  • Added the VC++ Redistributable binary as a requirement.
  • The Windows App SDK runtime binaries are being shipped with PowerToys instead of running its installer. This should fix most of the install issues with 0.58.

Development

  • New action added to GitHub to publish the winget package to PowerToys.
  • New action added to GitHub to publish for the Microsoft Store. Thanks azchohfi!
  • Documentation for installing the Windows App SDK dependencies and building the installer was updated.
  • FxCop removed from the PowerToys Run TimeZone plugin and was replaced with NetAnalyzers. Thanks @davidegiacometti!
  • In this release, we focused on upgrading to new dependencies and building for native ARM64. Below are some of the highlights!

Previous Notes:

Highlights

  • Most of the work for running natively on ARM64 has been included in the repo. Thanks @snickler!
  • Uses of the obsolete WebBrowser control were replaced with WebView 2.
  • All uses of .NET Core 3.1 were removed. PowerToys now runs on .NET 6.
  • Settings no longer runs on XAML Islands and is now running on WinUI 3, fixing many bugs related to XAML islands.

General

  • Spell checking fixes in the code. Thanks @jsoref!
  • Fix for a CI error related to spell checking due to a GitHub API change. Thanks @jsoref!
  • Fixed the documentation references to GitHub. Thanks @Cyl18!

ARM64

  • Prepare solution and property files for ARM64 port. Thanks @snickler!
  • Port unhandled exception handler to ARM64. Thanks @snickler!
  • Port of the Settings projects to ARM64. Thanks @snickler!
  • Port of most of the PowerToys to ARM64. Thanks @snickler!
  • Port of the debug utilities to ARM64.

Always on Top

  • Fix for topmost state of the window resetting for some applications. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)

ColorPicker

  • The CIEXYZ format is now properly show in upper case.

FancyZones

  • Restore rounded corners on Windows 11 and add a setting to control this behavior. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fixed an edge case where the Windows Terminal window wouldn't be snapped when opened. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Improved narrator support in the Grid Editor. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fixed a bug when restoring rounded corners on Windows 11. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fix for windows not being resized correctly on different dpi settings. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Removed resolution from the screen identifier so zones aren't reset when resolution changes.
  • Scale the canvas layout when editing according to new scaling/resolution.
  • Shipping a new tool to help debug windows interactions with FancyZones.

File explorer

  • Fix for a crash in dev file preview if the settings file hadn't been created yet. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • New file types were added to dev file preview (".reg", ".xslt", ".xsd", ".wsdl", ".ino", ".pde", ".razor"). Thanks @Aaron-Junker!
  • Fix an existing "file still in use" issue in dev file preview. Thanks @Aaron-Junker!
  • Dev file preview is now able to interpret file extensions in a case-insensitive way. Thanks @Aaron-Junker!
  • SVG and markdown viewers no longer use WebBrowser and use WebView2 instead.
  • Markdown preview now respects the dark mode settings on Windows. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Mouse utility

  • Fix for the bug causing shortcuts set on icons to not activate when a mouse utility was active on specific monitor configurations.

PowerToys Run

  • Fix for PowerToys Run using high CPU and memory when updating its settings. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Add the "Run as different user" feature to the Program, Shell, and Search plugins. Thanks @htcfreek! (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fix for a WindowWalker crash when a Virtual Desktop registry key is not set. Thanks @htcfreek! (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fix for VS Code Workspaces not using the user's path variable right after an install or update. Thanks @ricardosantos9521! (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fix for the System plugin causing PowerToys Run to be slow when many network interfaces exist. Thanks @htcfreek! (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Fix for the Program plugin not showing special shortcuts with empty targets, like Control Panel. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Additional logging for the Terminal plugin. Thanks @davidegiacometti! (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Web Search and URI plugins have better code for detecting the default browser now.
  • Fix for the Services plugin not manipulating service names with spaces correctly. Thanks @davidegiacometti!
  • Fix for the Terminal plugin not recognizing profiles correctly. Thanks @davidegiacometti!
  • Fix for latest VSCode insiders build not showing up in the VSCode Workspaces plugin. Thanks @JacobDeuchert!
  • Increased floating number precision in the Unit Converter plugin.
  • VSCode Workspaces now finds portable installations of VS Code. Thanks @harvastum
  • Fixed an issue starting PowerToys Run when the desktop is not initialized. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Settings

  • Settings now runs on WinUI3 instead of XAML islands.
  • Settings no longer runs as an administrator when runner is started as an administrator.

Runner

  • Use sensible default times for rechecking for an update, to avoid writing to the logs in a loop. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Runner cleans up the update directory if the installation is up to date. Thanks @davidegiacometti!

Installer

  • Distribute a signed .msi inside the .exe installer bootstrapper. (This was a hotfix for 0.57)
  • Removed the .NET core dependency from the installer.
  • Partial support for an ARM64 installer.
  • Updated the .NET to 6.0.4.
  • Force update all files on reinstall/update, to try and fix installation issues.

Development

  • PowerToys no longer takes a dependency on .NET core.
  • WinUI3 is a new dependency. Settings now targets win10-x64 and win10-arm64 due to this.

Previous Notes:

This is a patch release to fix issues in v0.56.1 to fix a few bugs we deemed important for stability based on incoming rates. See v0.56.1 for full release notes.

  • #16252: We now pass in /norestart flag to .NET runtime installer for our installer
  • #16155: FancyZones Template layout reset bug is fixed
  • #16699: Dev File Preview handler files in use bug is fixed
  • #16669: Added Find my mouse setting for shake distance to allow for adjustability
  • #16712: PowerToys Run's Windows Terminal plugin didn't have localization setup correctly and is now correct.

0.56.1 Release Notes:

  • Upgrade notes! A big feedback items for new versions was upgrade notes. We have the release notes on GitHub as well.
  • FancyZones zone limit has been increased to 128 zones. Before the limit was 40.
  • Timezone conversion plugin for PowerToys Run! Thanks @TobiasSekan
  • Child and Popup window support for FancyZones. To enable, go to Settings→FancyZones→Windows. These were bugs we fixed that without realizing it was a useful feature to most.
  • Find my mouse will now activate via shaking the mouse with a settings change!

Always on Top

  • Fixed excess GPU / CPU usage when enabled
  • If border has focus, not closable via F4
  • Changing border sizes should resize correctly for existing windows
  • Border goes away with Outlook modal windows

ColorPicker

  • No longer crashes during theme change

FancyZones

  • Increased zone limit from 40 to 128.
  • Child and Popup window support for FancyZones. To enable, go to Settings→FancyZones→Windows. These were bugs we fixed that without realizing it was a useful feature to most.

File explorer

  • Fixes for Dev file preview: (Thanks @Aaron-Junker)
  • Fix fix for object reference not set.
  • Fix for encoding UTF-8.
  • Fix for file is in use.
  • Fix for saying the file is too big.
  • Image Resizer
  • Fix for invalid operation error. @CleanCodeDeveloper!

Mouse utility

  • Find my mouse will now activate via shaking the mouse with a settings change!
  • Find my mouse now can excludes apps.
  • Fix for crosshair thickness looking odd due to anti-aliasing
  • Fix for a hard crash on crosshair (This was a hotfix for 0.55)
  • PowerRename
  • Will not spells check file names anymore. Thanks @niels9001
  • Autocomplete result box to not obscure apply button. Thanks @niels9001

Regex fix

  • PowerToys Run
  • Timezone conversion plugin for PowerToys Run! Thanks @TobiasSekan
  • Hexadecimal and binary numbers now are supported in the calculator plugin. This was added a bit ago and we'd like to extend a belated thanks to @gsuberland
  • Terminal plugin performance boost. Thanks @htcfreek!
  • Terminal will now be found via the Program plugin again.
  • Shutdown command is now using hybrid fast argument for shutting down
  • Support for VSCodium with VS Code workplace plugin. Thanks @makeProjectGreatAgain
  • Video conference mute
  • nVidia Broadcast software won't crash anymore

Settings

  • Upgrade notes in OOBE
  • Fix for settings being lost (This was a hotfix for 0.55)
  • UX improvements. Thanks @niels9001

Installer

  • Believe we have a fix for the long hated "app.dark.png is missing" error. Thanks to @robmen for having a great blog!
  • Installer will launch PowerToys under appropriate elevation versus Admin only due to UAC prompt for installation (This was a hotfix for 0.55)
  • PowerToys will now start if installed under different user

Development

  • ARM64 - We removed the last .NET Framework dependency. Thanks @snickler for helping get this across the finish line!
  • .NET 6 upgrade, now on the newest and hottest .NET runtime
  • Code analyzers have been upgraded! Thanks @CleanCodeDeveloper!
  • Symbols are back!
  • Code refactoring, thanks @CleanCodeDeveloper and @cyberrex5 for helping here!
  • We are now on VS 2022 with the .NET 6 upgrade.

Previous Notes:

The v0.55 release cycle continued our progress toward getting PowerToys ARM64 ready, fix some top issues and new utilities. Work from last month helped us enable us to upgrade the code base to .NET 5 and next month onward to .NET 6. This will provide stability and speed improvements.

We're also extremely excited to bring on 3 new PowerToy utilities.

  • File Explorer add-on: Developer files for preview pane. This should add about 150 file extensions total. We are using the Monaco Editor to power this experience. Thanks @aaron-junker!
  • File Explorer add-on: STL file format thumbnail and preview pane generation! Since STL is a common 3D file format, this allows a quick visual check. Thanks @pedrolamas!
  • Mouse Utility: Crosshair over pointer via Ctrl+Alt+P. This feature was co-developed with the accessibility team at Microsoft. When the team told us about the idea and described trying to find your cursor by looking through a straw, we knew we could leverage code from the other mouse utilities to quickly enable this feature. Below is a quote from one of the testers with a rough validation build:

"This will change my life and allow me to use any PC without constantly losing the pointer. This is huge! I will be able to work at my normal speed again. It is a total game changer for people with visual field impairments!" – Joanna A.

Change log

General

  • .NET runtime is now on 5, our next release will be upgraded to .NET 6. Moving to .NET 5 and then 6 helped reduce our moving parts in a single release so we went this route. Why this is important is this is one of the major work items needed for ARM64 support. In addition, this should help provide a speed boosts once we are on .NET 6.
  • @jsoref's spelling plugin help

Always on Top

  • Fixed one of two borders showing incorrectly bugs.
  • Border defaults to OS accent color now. Thanks @davidegiacometti
  • Reduced CPU / GPU activity. Not done improving, we know we can do better.

FancyZones

  • Bug fixed to not lose zones after update
  • Fixed editor margin issue for Chinese language. Thanks @niels9001

File explorer add-ons

  • GCode thumbnails now have transparency. Thanks @pedrolamas
  • New Utility - Developer files for File Explorer preview pane. This should add about 150 file extensions total. We are using the Monaco Editor to power this experience. Thanks @aaron-junker!

New Utility - STL thumbnail and preview panes added! Thanks @pedrolamas!

Image Resizer

  • Fixed bug with too much meta data. Thanks @CleanCodeDeveloper
  • Fixed bug resizing bug for constant height while maintaining aspect ratio. Thanks @CleanCodeDeveloper

Mouse utilities

  • New Utility - Crosshair over pointer via Ctrl+Alt+P. This feature was co-developed with the accessibility team at Microsoft. Thanks @niels9001 for helping with the icon!

PowerRename

  • Files are sorted now how File Explorer sorts.

PowerToys Run

  • Improved speed and fixed bugs with Window walker plugin. Thanks @htcfreek
  • Window Walker will now show path of elevated apps. Thanks @davidegiacometti
  • Added UEFI command to system commands. Thanks @htcfreek
  • Fixed crashing bug in EnvironmentHelper class. Thanks @htcfreek
  • Fix URI plugin bug with ^:. Thanks @franky920920
  • VS Code plugin not showing workspaces with latest Code version was corrected. Thanks @ricardosantos9521
  • Fixed bug that caused plugins to not load. Thanks @davidegiacometti
  • Fixed crash in Uri plugin and Web search plugin. Thanks @cyberrex5!

Settings

  • Fixed a regression with settings being reset when moving from admin to non-admin

Video Conference Mute

  • Fixed crashing bug with Zoom and other clients. We found someone we could remotely debug with and identify the actual crashing part.
  • Change of behavior: When leaving a meeting, VCM will now leave your microphone in the state it was. This mimics behavior of applications if VCM was not present.
  • Change of behavior: When you exit PowerToys, your current microphone state will remain.

Community contributions

  • We'd like to directly mention certain contributors (in alphabetical order) for their continued community support this month and helping directly make PowerToys a better piece of software.
  • @Aaron-Junker, @bdoserror, @CleanCodeDeveloper, @cyberrex5, @davidegiacometti, @edwinzap, @franky920920, @jay-o-way, @jsoref, @niels9001, and @ricardosantos9521