If you installed the latest Windows 11 Insider Preview, your Windows Hello face recognition may report back an error that "something went wrong." Don't worry, it's a known issue, and there's an easy fix too. Here's how to do it.
A new Windows 11 preview build has been released to Insiders in the Dev Channel. The new build includes Microsoft Teams Chat, a new design for notifications, the ability to quickly access Focus assist settings, and more. Here's everything you need to know about build 22000.100.
Welcome to the fourth episode of our new series: Ask Windows Central, where we answer our communities most asked questions around Microsoft, Windows, Surface, Xbox, and the general tech industry. In today's episode, we answer questions around legacy UI on Windows 11, the new Microsoft Store, and the Snapdragon Developer Kit!
Microsoft has started rolling out an early preview build of the Microsoft Teams integration features to a subset of Insiders on the latest Dev Channel build. The Teams Chat integration will automatically show up on the Taskbar after a reboot if you're eligible to test it.
A new developer blog post from Microsoft explains how the company is fixing the right-click context menu in Windows 11. In addition to a refreshed look, the layout and function of the menu improves with the new OS.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, we check out the latest news on Windows 11, Windows 10 21H2, the Steam Deck handheld console, and Dan's review of the Dell XPS 13 OLED model. All that, AND Zac sits down for a conversation with the great Mary Jo Foley!
Microsoft is back with its third Windows 11 preview build for Insiders in the Dev Channel! Today's build is 22000.71 and includes a handful of noteworthy changes and enhancements, including a new "entertainment" widget and acrylic in the new modern context menus in File Explorer!
Microsoft has today announced its new Cloud PC service, officially called Windows 365, allowing users to create installs of Windows 10 or 11 in the cloud and stream the OS to any device. The service will go live August 2nd, and is designed to bring the best of Windows to any device, including Mac, iPad, or Android devices.