Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 Preview Build 17763 (RS5) for Insiders in the Fast Ring. Like the previous build, this release focuses entirely on fixing bugs and does not come with any new features or improvements.
Microsoft is busy this week squashing bugs as they pump out two October 2018 Update candidates in the same week. Today Microsoft has released Windows 10 Build 17760 (Redstone 5) for Insiders in the Fast Ring.
Today, Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Build 17751 to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. This Redstone 5 release does not include any new features, but instead focuses on fixing any bugs or crashes so that it is ready for public release in October.
Today, at the IFA tech conference in Berlin, Microsoft showcased a new lineup of Windows 10 laptops as well as confirmed the name of their next Windows 10 feature update coming out this fall. This next update, which was called the Redstone 5 development branch, is officially called Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
Windows 10 Preview Build 17741 is now available for Insiders in the Fast Ring and it comes with a Your Phone desktop pin, new build number, and greater memory for the Clipboard history. Overall, though, this build is more about general improvements and fixes as the company is now focusing more on stabilization of the OS.
You can always tell when Microsoft is getting close to finishing a major update as they start to release Windows 10 Insider Preview builds that do not contain any new features and are comprised of only bug fixes and minor improvements. Such is the case with today's release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17738.
Microsoft just released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17733 to Insiders in the Fast Ring. The main improvement in this build, is the finalized version of the Dark Theme for File Explorer. Otherwise, it is mostly bug fixes and minor improvements as Microsoft continues to finalize the development of the Redstone 5 is released.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17730 (Redstone 5) to the Insiders on the Fast Ring. This build continues to enhance the Your Phone experience with Android photo synching and iOS "Continue on your PC" being enabled. This build also introduces HTTP/2 to Edge and with Cubic TCP congestion handler.
Microsoft had first introduced the Your Phone app at its Build developer conference in May this year as a way to integrate a user's mobile devices with their Windows 10 PCs. The Your Phone app, which will be used to synchronize data between a mobile device and Windows 10, is now gradually rolling out to the Insiders in the Fast Ring.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17728 (Redstone 5) to the Insiders on the Fast Ring. This is an important build as it gives us our real first glimpse on how Microsoft is going to integrate the Windows 10 Your Phone app with your mobile devices.
Microsoft has finally released ISO images for a Windows 10 Redstone 5. If you're part of the Windows Insider program and planning to test Windows 10 Redstone 5 from scratch, this should come as a good news for you. These ISOs allow Insiders to perform a clean install of Windows 10 Redstone 5 or skip straight to this build.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17723 (Redstone 5) to insiders in the fast ring and Redstone 6 19H1 Build 18204 to insiders in the skip ahead rings. This is the first Redstone 6 19H1 build released to insiders, but for the most part resolves the same bugs and adds the same features as the Redstone 5 build.
Microsoft announced yesterday that they released "Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version Next (10.0.17713.1002) (KB4345215)" to Windows Insiders in order to test the servicing pipeline. This is being done to make sure that there are no issues when they push the Insider Preview Build 17713 to Insiders in the slow ring.
With Windows 10 Redstone 5 nearly feature-complete and close to entering the stabilization process, Microsoft is now preparing to begin work on the very next Windows 10 release internally codenamed Redstone 6/19H1.
Microsoft has just released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17713 (Redstone 5) to the Insiders in the Fast Ring. The preview build introduces new features for Microsoft Edge, improves Notepad, and more. As compared to the previous builds, this new build doesn't come with a large number of improvements.
Microsoft is looking for feedback from Insiders about Screen Sketch app before removing the old Snipping Tool. In the release notes, Microsoft's Dona Sarkar says the removal is not timed for Redstone 5 and the classic Snipping Tool is here to stay, at least for now.
Last year, Microsoft announced a new feature called "Sets" for Windows 10 that would enable applications to run in tabs in UWP apps and Win32 programs. After a long wait, the feature was implemented in Windows 10 Insider preview builds, but the feedback has led Microsoft to remove Sets from its latest Windows 10 preview build 17704,
A screenshot of a new Microsoft app called Screen Sketch may have leaked that Microsoft is still developing the Windows 10 Control Center feature.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17686 (Redstone 5) to insiders in the fast and skip ahead rings. This build adds local experience, privacy, and Windows Mixed Reality improvements.
In Windows Insider Preview build 17682, Microsoft has made the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) an on-demand software feature. What this means is that once you install RSAT in Windows 10, it will be automatically reinstalled when you install a future operating system update.