A number of things happened this week, among which the reveal that 19H1 is going to be the May 2019 Update, some exciting gaming news, and more. Be sure to catch up via the handy guide below.
The publicly elusive - until now - Edgium has leaked, a handful of other previews have dropped, and some interesting gaming news surfaced too. Be sure to catch up via the handy guide below.
Microsoft has updated the blog post for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18362 saying that the bug causing a GSOD on games that have anti-cheat software has been fixed. The block will be removed.
As another week's gone by, we should take a look at exactly what's happened these past seven days. 19H1 is nearing RTM, MCC is slowly arriving on PC, and much, much more. Be sure to catch up below.
Quite a bit has happened this past week, including the announcement of Halo: MCC coming to PC, a number of Insider builds and Patch Tuesday updated, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
With the 19H1 update, users running Windows 10 Home will be able to stop updates from being installed for as long as 35 days, bringing it up to par with other Windows 10 SKUs, such as Pro.
Another week's gone by, so it's high time we take a look at what exactly Microsoft's been up to. The usual array of 20H1 and 19H1 previews showed up, plus som nice additions to Game Pass, and more.
With Mobile World Congress week over, we take a look at what Microsoft announced both at and outside the event in Barcelona. Previews, games, and the HoloLens 2 are all in the handy roundup below.
A brand new seven day chunk has gone by, so a recap of what's happened is in order. There's been the usual assortment of patches, previews, and a dab of interesting gaming news. Catch up below.
While Microsoft has been testing Xbox One version 1904 for some time with Xbox Insiders, it has finally unveiled the full list of features that will arrive this spring in the 19H1 feature update.
While Windows Insiders in the Skip Ahead ring are already testing Windows 10 20H1, the Slow ring is still waiting on 19H1. The first build is coming soon, but not as soon as you might have expected.
These past seven days have been quite big for Microsoft's gaming organization, which underwent a name change. Insider previews and app updates were present, as always. Be sure to catch up below.
Seven more days have passed, and Microsoft's been busy during that time. FY19 Q2 results, Skip Ahead, a bunch of game additions, and a whole lot more can be found in the handy roundup below.
Everyone knows that error messages in Windows are annoying, but it seems like Microsoft is finally doing something. Error messages in setup will finally offer solutions, like uninstalling apps.
Another week, another compilation of news that's come out of Redmond. Find out about the start of 19H1's Bug Bash, some nice additions to the Backwards Compatibility list, and more below.
After this week's Windows 10 Insider Preview build confirmed the version number as 1903, it also turned out that Windows 10 19H1 will indeed end up being called the April 2019 Update.
The first Bug Bash for Windows 10 19H1 kicks off today. Windows Insiders can complete Quests and surveys to try out various things in the new feature update, and report their experiences.
Beginning today, Xbox Insiders that are on the Preview Alpha ring will be able to test out the latest 19H1 builds. However, the major new features in the update still haven't been announced.
Patch Tuesday dropped a slew of updates for supported versions of Windows, Insiders in the Fast ring got a new build to play with, and we got an Xbox 2018 best of. Be sure to catch up below.
With the year's end just over a week away, Microsoft was busy pushing out previews, updates, and and some interesting gaming news to boot. Find all that and more in the handy guide below.
Microsoft is working on Windows Sandbox, which is a lightweight virtual desktop environment integrated in Windows 10 that allows you to test potentially harmful applications in a sandbox.
We're getting ever-closer to wrapping up 2018, but unlike the year, news doesn't quite come to an end. Patch Tuesday updates, hardware availability details and more await the curious reader below.
According to a report, Microsoft will be deprecating the People Bar in an upcoming Windows 10 Insider Preview. This doesn't mean that the feature is going away just yet, and it should be in 19H1.
Today, Microsoft released the first Windows Server Insider Preview from the 19H1 development branch. The company still hasn't released a changelog, so there's no telling what's new.
It was Patch Tuesday this past week, so there's been an influx of updates from Microsoft. Not just that, Windows 10 1809 resurfaced, along with a PC port for Sunset Overdrive. Check it out below.
Two big gaming announcements surfaced this week, as well as a rather nasty activation bug. Of course, Insiders got a new build, and even OneDrive received some enhancements. Be sure to catch up below.
If you're annoyed by the integration of Cortana and Windows Search in the taskbar, you might be pleased to know that Microsoft could be working on separating the two in Windows 10 19H1.
The latest version of the Windows 10 SDK, the first release that's part of the 19H1 update, has added an API that relates to new network security standard which was announced earlier this year.
Microsoft today released the first Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview for the 19H1 development branch. Unfortunately, it still hasn't been announced yet, so there's no way of telling what's new.
According to a new report, the next version of Windows 10, codenamed 19H1, could come with a new system app that's made to mirror calls, similar to Your Phone, but for phone calls.
As spotted by some keen observers, the latest Insider build flighted to the Fast Ring has changed how you access the volume mixer in Windows 10 in favour of its equivalent found in the Settings app.
Another week, another assortment of news covering gaming, app and service updates, and of course, Windows 10's ongoing development. Be sure to catch up on all that via the handy guide below.
Alongside of a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build in the Fast ring today, Microsoft said that it's releasing the first official ISO images for the upcoming feature update to Windows 10.
Microsoft's latest earnings report was released this past week, which revealed some rather interesting areas of growth. You can find that, as well as some update and gaming news in the guide below.
Microsoft has added new content to its XAML Controls Gallery app, showing off some new Fluent Design System elements that should be coming to Windows 10 in a future feature update.
Following the discovery of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in Intel processors, the resulting fixes for the issue slowed down many PCs. The next feature update to Windows 10 may change that.
Less than a day after Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Windows Insiders on the Fast ring are getting their first taste of the next feature update, codenamed 19H1.
Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update today, and that means that if you want to get off of the Windows Insider train, now is the time to do so before your PC starts getting 19H1.
Microsoft today announced Microsoft Search, a new organizational search engine, that searches within and outside of Microsoft 365, and it's coming in Windows 10 19H1, Office, and more.
It's yet again that time of the week when we look back at just what on earth Microsoft announced in the past seven days. Builds, games, app updates, and more are all in the handy guide below.