Microsoft has finally released the first preview build of Windows 11 for Insiders in the Dev Channel! This initial preview is build 22000.51 and includes most of the new Windows 11 features that were announced last week. This includes the new Start, Taskbar, and Action Center experiences, as well as the new Microsoft Store app, redesigned Settings, Lock Screen, File Explorer, and much...
Microsoft is back with another Windows 10 preview build for Insiders in the Dev Channel! Today's build is 21390, and includes new Fluent-inspired icons for the Task Manager and MSI installers. There's also a new option that allows you to set Windows Terminal as the default terminal.
MIcrosoft is back with a rare Friday preview build of Windows 10 for Insiders in the Dev Channel. Today's build is 21382 and is packing a handful of minor changes and enhancements focused on HDR support, Device Manager, and more.
It's another week, which means it's time for another Windows 10 preview build for Insiders to begin testing. Today's build is 21376 and is rolling out now in the Insider Dev Channel with a bunch of fixes and changes. This builds notable new change is a new Segoe UI Variable font that eventually be the new default font in Windows 10.
Microsoft is back again with another Windows 10 preview build for Insiders in the Dev Channel. Today's build is 21364 and includes support for Linux GUI applications running directly on Windows using the Windows Subsystem for Linux. That, plus other minor changes and enhancements.
Microsoft has released a new preview build for the next version of Windows 10, known as version 21H1 and expected to ship publicly this spring. Today's preview build introduces Microsoft's new 'news and interests' Taskbar flyout, which puts the weather forecast and news headlines right on the Taskbar.
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.