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.
Today's release of Windows 10 Preview Build 18219 is only available to Insiders in the Skip Ahead RingÂ whose availability was officially closed as of yesterday. This means that unless you had previously selected the Skip Ahead build, you will not be able to get builds form the 19H1Â branch until they reopen it.
Earlier today there were reports of the Windows 10 Your Phone appÂ being released and working with Windows 10 Build 1803. Unfortunately, it seems things were not working so well and Microsoft has decided to pull its release so it does not work with Windows 10 build 1803 and keep it only with Windows Insiders for the time being.
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 has released another Windows 10 "19H1" build, as the company has started to work on the next major feature update for its operating system. It comes with the same changes as the latest build for Windows 10 Redstone 5 (also known as Windows 10 October 2018 Update).
Today Microsoft releasedÂ Windows 10 Insider Preview BuildÂ 17735Â (Redstone 5) to Insiders on the Fast Ring. This build does not contain any new features and appears to be just a bug fix build as Microsoft gets the upcoming Redstone 5 feature update ready to be released.
Microsoft just released Windows 10 Insider Preview BuildÂ 17733 toÂ 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 asÂ Microsoft continues to finalize the development of the Redstone 5 is released.
A recent Windows 10 Insider Feedback Hub quest revealedÂ that Microsoft is developing a new throwaway sandboxed desktop feature called "InPrivate Desktop". This feature will allow administratorsÂ to run untrusted executables in a secure sandbox without fear that it can make any changes to the operating system or system's files.
Today Microsoft releasedÂ Windows 10 Insider Preview BuildÂ 17730Â (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.
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
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 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.
Microsoft has released a huge update for the Windows 10 OneNote app that introducesÂ a slew of new features for general public and Windows Insiders. With this new update, Microsoft is adding the live tile improvements such as a title to create a new note, new pasting options, built-in translatorÂ Â and more.
In this week's Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17713, Microsoft added some major improvements to Notepad that makes its features more in line with what we expect from a modern text editor.Â Let's take a look at the new features we can expect to see in the upcoming Redstone 5 feature update for Windows 10.
With the release of Windows Insider Preview Build 17713, Microsoft has announced that they have forked the Redstone 5 build (RS5) to a new branch called "RS5_RELEASE". They have also stated that they have moved all Insiders who were in the Skip Ahead build back to the Fast ring.
Microsoft has just releasedÂ Windows 10 Insider Preview BuildÂ 17713 (Redstone 5) to the Insiders in the Fast Ring. The preview build introduces new features for Microsoft Edge, improves Notepad, and more.Â As compared to the previous builds, this new build doesn't come with a large number of improvements.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update to the Windows 10 People and Maps that will only currently be available to users in the Windows Insiders programs. These new versions come with a variety of updated features, which we will describe below.