Windows Insiders on the Fast ring are being treated to a new release today with build 18995. Today's update brings support for Windows Hello PIN sing-in for Safe Mode, along with a ton of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 19H2 preview build for Slow ring Insiders today. Pushing the build number to 18362.10022, this release simply adds fixes and security updates from a recent cumulative update to the mix.
Microsoft today pushed a new pair of Windows 10 Insider builds to users on the Release Preview ring. For those still on the 19H1 release, you'll see build 18362.385. 19H2 testers, meanwhile, will get build 18363.385.
We're in the middle of another week, which means it's time for another Fast ring build for Windows Insiders. This week's release pushes the build number up to 18980 with updates to Cortana, the Windows Subsystem for Linux, and lots of bug fixes.
Windows 10 20H1 build 18975 is now rolling out to Fast ring Insiders. New in this build is the ability to move the Cortana window as you please, along with a number of general bug fixes and performance improvements.
Microsoft is rolling out another Windows 10 19H2 preview build for Slow ring Insiders today. Unlike previous releases, today's update to build 18362.10019 will place all SLow ring Insiders on the same build number with all features turned on by default.
Microsoft pushed out a couple of new updates for Windows Insider enrolled in the Release Preview ring today. For those those have been selected to test the 19H2 update, you'll see build 18363.329 while everyone else will get 18362.329.
Windows Insiders on the Fast ring have a new build to try out today. Microsoft has released Insider build 18970, which brings several new features, including a new tablet experience, the new Cortana experience for everyone, and more.
Microsoft has started testing its throttled delivery approach for the Windows 10 19H2 update with Release Preview Insiders. About 10 percent of Release Preview users will be able to download build 18363.327 starting today.
Daniel Rubino and Zac Bowden deliver a super-sized edition of the show with news about 19H2 and 20H1 builds, the roll out of a Beta Channel for the new Chromium-based Edge browser, the new Galaxy Note 10, and much more.
Windows 10 build 18965 is now available to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. This build brings a bunch of general performance improvements and fixes, along with new settings for controlling app restarts at sign-in.
A new set of Windows 10 19H2 preview builds are headed out to Insiders on the Slow ring. Like previous Slow ring builds, one of these will ship with new features turned on by default, while the other is available with new features off.
Windows Insiders can get their hands on a new 20H1 Windows 10 preview build. Microsoft is capping off the week with build 18963, which adds a GPU temperature monitor to the task manager, the ability to rename virtual desktops, and more.
A new Windows 10 Insider Preview build is rolling out right now, and brings with it changes and improvements to many areas of the OS. One standout new change is Notepad is now a Store app, no longer being tied to the OS for updates.
Windows Insiders in the Slow ring can pick up a new 19H2 preview build today. However, there are actually two different builds available, including one that ships with new features turned off by default.
A fresh Windows 10 20H1 Insider build is now rolling out on the Fast ring. The latest update brings the build number to 18956 and includes settings and calculator improvements. It also brings the new Cortana experience to more people.