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The first build of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for Phones brought a variety of changes to the OS. One of these is a redesigned and cool stock calculator app for Windows 10 for phones.
Microsoft said recently that it would offer a tool to 'roll back' problematic installations of the Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones - and that tool is now available to download.
Microsoft has released the first Windows 10 Technical Preview for Windows phones, and for those of you who can't install the build yet, here's a quick rundown of what's new.
Gabe Aul just confirmed that Windows 10 technical preview for phones and small tablets will be available for insiders later on today though which devices are supported is still unknown.
Those excited about the upcoming technical preview of Windows 10 for phones might not have too long to wait. Gabriel Aul hinted that the first preview might come later this week.
Windows 10 for phones Technical Preview is almost upon us and now a new report claims that Lumia 1020, Lumia 1520 and the HTC One M8 for Windows will likely be the first devices to receive the update.
Microsoft won't yet say when the Windows 10 phone preview will be released as it's still in testing - but it has shared a bit of info, including the news that only some handsets will get it at launch.
After Neowin revealed that a near-final build (12492) of the Windows 10 preview for phones was being seeded to testers, screenshots have now emerged that appear to show a slightly newer build.
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.
Not too long ago Microsoft confirmed Office 16 for the desktop and the Office universal touch apps. Recently someone leaked the installer for the latest beta version of desktop Office 16.
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.
With the launch of the January Technical Preview of Windows 10, users have a new way to update to the latest version of the OS: by using Windows Update. This works for Windows 8 as well as Windows 7.
Microsoft has just released the January Technical Preview of Windows 10, and one hour later there's an update available that should fix a number of issues for Insiders who downloaded the build.
As with every major release, especially with preview software, there are some known bugs and issues that users need to be aware of before installing the latest and greatest version.
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.
After a really long wait Microsoft has just unveiled the touch version of Office for Windows 10 on Phone and small tablets. This is a similar version to the one found on Android and iOS.
Microsoft has just unveiled its newest version of Windows 10. This version brings numerous new , consumer-facing features designed to impress and delight regular users.
In a blog posting made today by a Microsoft employee, Gabe Aul reveals improvements to Windows 10, along with usage statistics that show a lot of promise for the platform.
Microsoft's Gabriel Aul says that the company intends to allow users who have installed Windows 10 preview builds to upgrade directly to the RTM version of the OS when it launches next year.
After being outed last week in an unofficial video previewing some of its new features, Windows 10 build 9888 has reportedly leaked and is now starting to appear on file sharing sites.
Microsoft is working towards the release of a preview of Windows 10 for the consumers and Cortana has started showing up in recent builds in a usable format
Microsoft has revealed a few details about the insider program for users who want to test Windows 10, including that most users choose to stay in the 'slow' ring for receiving new builds.
Windows 10 won't receive any more preview builds this year but we might start to see consumer features show up as early as January 2015, including Cortana, Live Tiles on the desktop and so on.
The latest Windows 10 Technical Preview update, build 9879, includes a new 'Insider Hub' app, which will deliver updates and information on the Windows Insider program and future Windows 10 builds.
Microsoft released a third Technical Preview of Windows 10 last night that includes many changes and updates based on feedback from the Windows Insider Program, and we have a compiled list.
After teasing its imminent arrival earlier today, Microsoft has now started rolling out the latest update to its Windows 10 Technical Preview, bringing the OS up to build 9879.
Microsoft has cracked open a fortune cookie revealing the exciting prediction that "9879 is coming" - a reference to the next build of its Windows 10 Technical Preview, which may arrive later today.
Microsoft has served up a little gift as a thank you to those who have installed the Windows 10 Technical Preview - and it's something that might make your Windows 10 PC look even nicer.
On Tuesday of next week, Microsoft will push out four patches that will apply to the Windows 10 technical preview and it is advised that you install these items to keep your machine secure.
Last month, Neowin, thanks to the help of some forum members, uncovered that MKV support was natively included with Windows 10 Technical Preview 9860 and now Microsoft has confirmed this feature.
We know Microsoft is looking at ways of making the new PC Settings tab the primary way to configure your machine and we see evidence of them moving away from Control Panel in the new build of Windows.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 9860 today and with it comes a new release cadence option for those of you who have joined the Windows Insider Program through a new 'fast' option.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 and the version is 9860. You can download the build right now by updating from within Windows 10 and we have the instructions posted after the jump.
Microsoft has posted up a teaser on Twitter showing the build number for the upcoming technical preview release, showing that it will be build 9860 - and the new update may be released today.
Microsoft will be releasing incremental updates to Windows 10 and if you don't know how to update your install of Windows 10, we have all the steps you will need to take to grab the new bits.
Microsoft has hinted that they will be releasing a new build of Windows 10 for the Insider program soon and we have a few tidbits to keep you satisfied until the release is ready for all to enjoy.
Microsoft has stated today that if you tweaked your registry to see new Windows 10 builds, you will be blocked from receiving new updates that will be pushed out to testers in the near future.
The Technical Preview of Windows 10 brings with it a couple of UI enhancements that add a bit of visual flair but not much functionality; one such item is the new drop shadow.
The Windows 10 Technical Preview lacks many consumer-focused features including Media Center, which some have installed using their Windows 8.1 product key - but Microsoft has warned against doing so.
Since Windows 10 is now out to preview, we've put together the following guide the will take you through all the required steps to prepare USB media for use in installing Windows 10.
The first preview of Microsoft's Windows 10 came out today, and just in case you're not into installing preview software we have a mega gallery of screenshots so you can see what all the fuss is about
Microsoft has released the technical preview of Windows 10 that brings back Start menu and we have a closer look at the new feature that will likely appease many users.
Microsoft has said that the Technical Preview of its new OS, Windows 10, will expire in mid-April of next year, and the company will begin prompting users to upgrade to a newer version on April 1.
Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Technical Preview and we have the links that you will need to get your hands on the latest bits from Microsoft after the jump.
If you are waiting for the Windows 10 Technical Preview, based on a confidential document that was sent to partners, it should arrive around 9 A.M PT / 12 PM ET.
In a first for the company, Microsoft is making available its vision for the datacenter in its next Windows Server and System Center platform broadly available for download today as well.
Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 build 9841 tomorrow, but if you want to get a closer look at the OS right now, we have compiled a gallery that shows off some of the new features.
The head of Microsoft France, Alain Crozier, has said that Windows 9 will be coming in the next few days; this appears to be the first time that a senior MS figure has used the 'Windows 9' publicly.
New information has come to light that confirms that the Technical Preview will not be released to the public on the same day as the event in San Francisco, which takes place on Sep 30.