Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 build 21292 to Insiders in the Dev Channel. The build includes several fixes to the news and interests taskbar feature as well as running apps through x64 emulation.
Microsoft is updating the Alarms & Clock app on Windows 10 with a brand new interface, ahead of the as yet unnannounced big Windows 10 'Sun Valley' UI refresh coming next year. Alarms & Clock is the first app to receive a major redesign, with many more in-box apps expected to get the same treatment over the next year.
Microsoft is temporarily splitting the Windows Insider Dev branch in two, and that means two new builds to test today. The second build is 20277, and it includes far fewer changes, along with some notable known issues to watch out for.
Just in time for the monthly Patch Tuesday, Microsoft has shipped a new Windows 10 update to Insiders on the Beta and Release Preview channels. However, this one is small, only containing a couple of notable security fixes.
Microsoft sent out the first Windows Feature Experience Pack to Insiders this week. The process allows Microsoft to send out updates for features and experiences developed independently of Windows 10 updates.
A new Windows 10 Inside preview build is now available for Insiders in the Dev channel. This latest update brings a number of fixes, but it also adds some tweaks to the way the Start Menu treats tiles.
Microsoft shipped a new Insider build for the Beta and Release Preview channels today, bringing security updates but no new features. The update coincides with the release of the monthly Patch Tuesday updates for released Windows 10 versions.
Now that the October 2020 Update is officially available, Microsoft continues to test bug fixes with Insiders. The latest Insider build preview the "Meet Now" button in the task bar, along with a slew of fixes and improvements.