We're back with another Windows Central build video walkthrough. Today, we're taking a look at Windows 10 build 21354 that was just released in the Insider Dev Channel. It's the first co_release build, but that doesn't mean there aren't new changes to check out.
Microsoft has rolled out a new Windows 10 preview build for Insiders in the Dev Channel today that brings with it a handful of notable new changes and enhancements. The biggest changes in today's build include a reshuffling of the apps list in the Start menu, hiding some system folders, and promoting legacy utility apps to the main apps list such as Paint and Snipping Tool.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update for Insiders in the Beta Channel that brings with it one new fix. The update applies to the 21H1 release of Windows 10, which is expected to begin rolling out this spring. 21H1 so far is a relatively minor update, with a focus on business critical changes and enhancements.
Microsoft recently released Windows 10 build 21337 to Insiders in the Dev channel. The build includes several new features and some new in-box apps for Windows 10 PCs. Check them out in our latest build video.
As per most weeks, Microsoft is back with a new Windows 10 insider preview build for those in the Dev Channel to download and start testing. Today's build is 21337, and is packing a handful of notable new features and changes that focus on enhancing the File Explorer and Virtual Desktop features.
Microsoft is back with another Windows 10 Insider Preview build for testers in the Dev Channel to download and install. Today's build is 21332 and is packing yet more bug fixes and minor enhancements, with highlights being that "news and interests" is getting yet more improvements.
It's that time of the week again! Microsoft is back with another Windows 10 preview build for those in the Dev Channel that features a couple of notable UI updates. Today's build is 21327 and features an improved UI to the Taskbar's 'News and Interests' features, as well as new Fluent Design system icons in apps like Settings and Start.
The next version of Windows 10 is now official, and it's coming this spring. Known as version 21H1, this release of Windows 10 will be a minor servicing style update that will sit on top of version 20H2. The release will focus on business orientated features and enhancements, and is rolling out in the Windows Insider Beta Channel today for testing.
After taking a week break, Microsoft is back with a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build for testers in the Dev Channel to submit feedback about. Today's build is 21313, and features a handful of minor changes and enhancements in addition to a plenty of new fixes to test.