We're at the end of another week, and Windows Insiders enrolled in the Fast ring have a new build to check out. Today's release pushes the build number up to 18945 with a new Cortana experience and more.
Microsoft accidentally outed an internal Windows 10 build across all Insider rings today, and it came with a surprise: a new Start menu experience. While we're unsure if this will eventually ship with Windows 10, we've gone hands-on with the new Start menu to get an early look.
Another Windows 10 19H2 build is rolling out to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring today. This release pushes the build number up to 18362.10006 and turns on features that were off by default in the 18362.10005 build released earlier this week.
The next Windows 10 update, due out this fall and currently under in testing as 19H2, will open the OS more to digital assistants. The update will allow assistants like Alexa to wake up from the lock screen, which was previously only available with Cortana.
The second 19H2 build is now in testing with Insiders in the Slow ring. Here's what's new! Microsoft is rolling out the second 19H2 build for Insiders in the Slow Ring today, that features more under the hood changes, which are set as off by default for the time being. Microsoft says it will be shipping these changes as off as it wants to test a new control method for enabling these...
Windows 10 20H1 build 18936 is now available to Insiders in the Fast ring, and it brings a few new goodies to check out. Most notably, this build marks the rollout of support for Your Phone screen mirroring to more Surface devices, along with passwordless sign-in for your Microsoft account.
If you've been waiting to a Windows 10 20H1 build a clean install on your PC, the ISO files to do so are available now. Microsoft has released the ISO files for 18932 today, making them available for members of the Windows Insider program.
Another week means it's time for another Windows Insider build in the Fast ring. This week, the build number comes in at 18932 and brings several changes to notifications, accessibility settings, and more.
Microsoft runs a lot of Insider programs across its different services, which can make tracking them all down a bit of a hassle. Luckily, the company has put together a landing page that lists each program and where to learn more about it.
The Halo: Reach beta rolled out to less than a thousand people a few days ago, but that hasn't stopped it from leaking out. Pirated versions can be found all over the internet, allowing anyone to play a selection of the game. Microsoft is aware of this problem and has promised to crack down on offenders.
Halo: Reach is on its way to PC as part of 343 Industries' massive effort to bring the entire Master Chief Collection to the platform, and the first official flight has now launched for a select amount of Halo Insiders. Here's everything you need to know.
Windows Insiders on the Fast ring can get their hands on a fresh new build today. Rolling out now is Windows 10 20H1 preview build 18922, which includes the usual batch of bug fixes, along with improvements to language settings and more.
Windows Insiders on the Fast ring can get their hands on another new 20H1 preview build today. ,!--break--> The latest release pushes the build number up to 18917 and includes a slew of fixes and a handful of feature improvements.
Another new Windows 10 20H1 preview build is now available for Fast ring Insiders to check out. The latest release ticks the build number up to 18912 and includes a bunch of fixes, along with narrator improvements and more.