After having delayed the launch of a new Insider build this week, Microsoft surprised with a new Dev channel build for Insiders to test out. This build comes in at number 20197 and includes some more tweaks to the settings menu.
A fresh Windows 10 Dev channel build is available for Insiders, ticking the build number up to 20190. The latest build adds a new post-update experience to highlight what's new, along with some other tweaks.
Microsoft first began testing a new Start menu design with Windows Insiders on the Dev channel earlier this month, and now its headed to Beta channel testers. That's alongside a customized taskbar, an improved tablet experience, and much more.
Struggling to make eye contact in your video calls? If you're using a Surface Pro X, it's about to get a lot easier. Microsoft has cooked up some AI magic that will make your eyes appear to be gazing into your camera when you're in video calls. Neat.
Another week, another Windows 10 Insider Preview build to test. Today's build is 20170 and is rolling out now in the Dev Channel with fixes and enhancements to the Windows Settings app, including a new Fluent icon to match the rest of Microsoft's in-box apps.
Yesterday, Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 that includes an updated Start menu design with translucent Live Tiles, improvements to Notifications, and behavior changes to things like Tablet Mode and the Taskbar. It's been a while since Microsoft released a build with any surface-level changes, but now it's finally happened, we're back showcasing all the changes on video.
Microsoft has released a brand new "active development" build of Windows 10 in the Insider Dev Channel today, and with it comes a handful of notable new features and changes to the Windows Shell, including the Start menu and Notifications UI. This is the first set of notable new features Windows 10 has received this year, and hopefully it's a sign of more things to come.
Microsoft announced a major shift in the way it names its various Insider branches last week, and now they're starting to roll out. Windows Insiders will now be enrolled in the Dev, Beta, or Release Preview channels instead of Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings.
Fresh off of renaming its Insider channels, Microsoft shipped another fresh update to Insiders on the Dev channel (formerly Fast ring). The latest release is 20152, and it includes some fixes and known issues.