Microsoft's Gabe Aul has hinted at the potential rollout of a new Windows 10 Mobile build to Windows Insiders. Currently, it is expected that this will be a near-final version of the mobile OS.
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Microsoft's Gabe Aul says that Insiders shouldn't expect a new Windows 10 Mobile build to drop for "a few more days", given the focus the company is currently placing on the November update for PCs.
The alleged screenshots of an upcoming build indicate that Microsoft will soon allow users to change dpi scaling, add extra options in developer mode and more on its Mobile OS.
Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10558 has leaked onto the internet, towing new Messaging and Skype Video apps, enhancements in Microsoft Edge, updated icons and more.
Microsoft's Gabe Aul has announced that build 10559 is currently being tested for Windows 10 Mobile Fast ring, however, it is "unlikely" that it will roll out before the company's event, if at all.
Microsoft has pushed out build for Windows Insiders, while this build contains many performance enhancements and improvements, there are some known issues in this update as well.
Following the official release of Windows 10 build 10162 ISOs, the release notes of a newer build, 10163, have leaked onto the internet. The leaked documents reveal a range of bug fixes.
Insiders are frustrated by the current quality of Windows 10 Mobile builds, but a Microsoft exec mentioned the company would start fixing the OS and making it stable, starting in July.
In the latest build of Windows 10 to make its way outside the walls of Redmond, several of the icons have been updated which will likely appease many of the critics who did not like the previous set.
Microsoft is building a new browser called Edge and at a Build Tour event, the company said that it has no plans to bring the next-generation browser to other platforms at this time.
At its Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft has announced it is releasing a free cross-platform code editor that will enable many developers to write modern apps for web, cloud, and mobile.
We are here in San Francisco gearing up for BUILD 2015 which will bring with it many announcements that will shape the future of Windows and it's many variants.
Later this week, Microsoft will host its largest developer conference of the year and leading up to the event, we have compiled our expectations for the keynote that takes place on Wednesday.
A Microsoft Support Engineer recently posted a list of build expiration dates. If you are having issues with license expiration notices, get an ISO and update to the latest build.
A new build of Windows 10, build 10064, has been spotted online and while there are not any major changes over the last leak, there is one subtle update that can be seen.
An update for Windows 10 for phones is just around the corner, but new images of the update have already leaked, showing the new task switcher, Outlook calendar, Outlook email and People app.
Later this month, Microsoft will be hosting its BUILD conference in San Francisco but if you cannot make it to the event, Microsoft is touring around the globe to bring the conference to you.
After nearly a month, Microsoft has revealed a list of which handsets will receive Windows 10. Unlike the previous list released in February, Microsoft has expanded the build to nearly every Lumia.
Microsoft's Gabe Aul has announced that the company has received one million pieces of feedback via the Feedback app, he hasn't revealed whether this also includes Windows 10 Tech Preview for Phones.
Thanks to the leak of a new build of Windows 10, it looks like future updates to the OS and apps may be delivered via P2P due to the new settings in this version of Windows.
In the leaked version of Windows 10 that hit the web earlier today, there are a few updates to the Start menu when compared to 9926 and after the jump, we have the comparison breakdown.
It has been some time since we had a proper leak of a Windows 10 build but now build 10036 has surfaced. It does not contain the new Spartan browser or the updated installation screens.
A post showed up on the Insider Hub touting upcoming faster, daily builds of Windows 10. Unfortunately this was a bit too good to be true and it was soon retracted, but there's still good news here.
After yesterday's explanation of why Microsoft couldn't commit to a fixed released schedule for Windows 10 builds, Gabe Aul confirmed on Twitter that the company would be making the process faster.
Gabe Aul, head of the Insider Program for Windows 10, has taken to the Windows blog to answer some recurring questions, including when the next build will arrive and why we can't have fixed releases
Gabriel Aul announced that the next build of Windows 10 for phones would feature support for additional phones. While this was obviously coming users are glad it's sooner rather than later.
Microsoft has promised to release its first preview of Windows 10 for phones this month - and Neowin has learned that build 8.15.12492.41 is now being seeded to a select group of 1000 testers.
Gabe Aul confirmed via his Twitter account that Microsoft will increase the cadence with which they release new Technical Preview builds to Insiders, with the next one not too far away.
Microsoft put tickets for BUILD on-sale the day after their Windows 10 keynote and it appears the tactic was a success as the conference sold out in less than hour.
Microsoft has said the next build of Windows 10 for PCs is coming "in the next week", and the first preview for Windows phones will launch in February - and both will be available in 25 languages.
For those of you who follow build numbers closely, Microsoft has recently compiled build number 10,000 ahead of its Windows 10 press event that is scheduled to take place tomorrow.
Microsoft has announced that registration for BUILD 2015 will open on January 22nd which is one day after their Windows 10 event that takes place in Redmond, Washington.
We found new evidence in Windows 10 build 9901 that Microsoft is hard at work for the consumer preview that could arrive on January 21st, and may have already compiled the build to be released.
According to the latest bits of information about newer builds of Windows 10, the kernel version is showing up as 10.0 which is a huge jump from 6.4 in the previous builds
Windows Phone previewers might soon get a new build of the OS to try out as build 14203 has been publicly mentioned by Microsoft as an upcoming update. This is likely the long-rumored Update 2.
Microsoft has announced dates for Build 2015, as well as a new 'Ignite' conference for enterprise, which will replace TechEd, Management Summit, and Exchange, SharePoint, Lync and Project conferences.
Microsoft has announced that over 1 million users are now testing Windows 10 but one aspect that has been overlooked is that a new preview build will be released soon.
Some of those who have purchased Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 have reported unusually wide 'gaps' at one edge of their handset - wide enough to slide a business card in between the glass and the frame.
A screenshot of Windows build 9788 has been spotted in the wild and aligns to previous information that we had heard about this particular build being leaked in the very near future.
During the BUILD conference, Neowin has had a chance to talk to many different levels of staff at Microsoft, and one thing has become clear: There is a fundumental shift occuring in Redmond.
An email seen by Neowin reveals Microsoft's planned timetable for its remaining development work on the launch build of Windows Phone 8.1, with the final code expected to be signed off on April 14.
Microsoft is getting set to bring Windows to an entirely new set of small devices like a coffee mug; it's all about creating smarter and smaller devices using existing tools and services.
We know that not everyone can make it to BUILD, so when we went and registered, we snapped a few photos of the conference before the big show begins to bring you a little bit closer to the action.
Microsoft has posted up the classes for its BUILD conference that takes place this week and the information points towards a Windows Phone announcement along with the details of many other sessions.
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Microsoft has announced that its BUILD conference, that will be held in San Francisco in early April, has sold out but if you can't make it, don't worry, Neowin will be there.
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Microsoft is kicking of its BUILD developers conference today and we have posted a link to the live stream of the keynote for you after the jump where Microsoft will be talking about Windows 8.1
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