Microsoft has just started the rollout of the Windows 10's Your Phone app for the Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring running the latest preview build that provides photo transfer functionality in Android.
Earlier this week we reported on an open letter that was sent to Microsoft executives regarding the problems that many users are having when installing Windows 10 updates. Microsoft responded, and unfortunately, it was not the response people were looking for.
The Microsoft To-Do app for Windows 10 is receiving a new update with a couple of new features. These features include the ability to exclude/hide completed items from the search results and to organize your to-do items.
Microsoft has notÂ officially revealed any plans for a mobile computing device in a long time, but rumors continue to circulate that Microsoft is working on a portable, foldable PC, currently referred to as "Andromeda".
Susan Bradley, an 18 year Microsoft MVP focused on Windows patching and patch management, has sent an open letter to Microsoft executives Satya Nadella,Â Carlos Picoto, and Scott Guthrie about the frustration Windows 10 users have when dealing with installing new updates.
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 releasedÂ Windows 10 Insider Preview BuildÂ 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.Â
If you're still running Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607), you should be getting a new update from Microsoft. KB4346877Â is aimed at devices running Windows 10 Anniversary Update and Windows Server 2016, bumps Windows 10's build number to versionÂ 14393.2396, and brings a fix for an issue in the .NET Framework.
Microsoft has finally released ISO images for aÂ Windows 10 Redstone 5.Â If you're part of the Windows Insider program and planning to test Windows 10 Redstone 5Â from scratch, this should come as a good news for you. TheseÂ ISOsÂ allow Insiders to perform a clean install of Windows 10 Redstone 5 or skip straight to this build.
Today, Microsoft is rolling out a new update for OneDrive desktop client on Windows 10. The new update brings OneDrive to buildÂ 18.111.0603.0006Â and adds a couple of new features to the desktop app.
The Microsoft Store hasÂ started to display banners that promptÂ users who are running older versions of Windows 10 to update to the latest April 2018 Update. This banner is being displayed to all Windows 10 users who are not using the latest feature update.
Microsoft today rolled out a new update for the Windows 10 Maps app that brings several new features which should definitely come as great news for those traveling and exploring new areas.Â Windows 10 Maps app version 5.1806.1911.0 is available for the Windows Insiders in the Release Preview Ring.
Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview BuildÂ 17723Â (Redstone 5) to insiders in the fast ring and Redstone 6 19H1Â Build 18204 to insiders in the skip ahead rings. This is the first Redstone 6 19H1Â build released to insiders, but for the most part resolves the same bugs and adds the same features as the Redstone 5 build.
Microsoft has released a new patch for systems running the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803), Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709), and Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703).
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 noÂ issues when they push theÂ Insider Preview Build 17713 to Insiders in the slow ring.
Microsoft announced today that they have reopened the Skip Ahead Ring for Windows 10 Insiders. If you have not had the opportunity to try skip ahead Windows 10 builds or want to join it again, you better do so quickly before all the spots are taken.
With Windows 10 Redstone 5 nearly feature-complete and close to entering the stabilization process,Â Microsoft is now preparing to begin work on the very next Windows 10 release internally codenamed Redstone 6/19H1.
In order to achieve a successful launch of Andromeda, Microsoft first needs to fix the "app gap" issue affecting Windows 10.
Microsoft plans to officially support "leap seconds" in Windows 10 and Windows Server editions, the company has revealed today.
Microsoft has just released new cumulative updates for the Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703), Fall Creators Update (version 1709), and April 2018 Update (version 1803) toÂ introduce a series of quality improvements.