This is yet another big increase in the number of people who have signed up to participate in the program. In late January, Microsoft said there were 2.2 million Windows Insider members, and earlier in that month the company said there were 1.7 million members.
On Thursday at Build, we learned that the Windows Insider program will continue even after Windows 10 reaches its RTM status, with Microsoft wanting to test new features and patches for the OS with those members before they are released to the public. The program could also add more update rings in addition to the "Fast" and "Slow" rings that are currently available, and that might include a "ludicrous" ring that will send out updates to Windows 10 on a daily basis.
Microsoft shares details of a security breach of customer support database
Microsoft disclosed the details surrounding a security breach from last December. The breach involves roughly 250 million entries from an internal customer support database.
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You can now manually check for the Windows 10 November 2019 Update
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