Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18363.418 to the Release Preview ring for those that have switched over from the Slow ring, and were on build 18362.100xx.
Activision acquisition, forced updates, and Google Play on Windows
Dev channel build adds “Jenny” and “Aria” to Narrator, visual tweaks and more fixes
windows 11 insider preview
A new Windows 10 feature update is around the corner, and that means it's time for Microsoft to list the processors that are supported by it, including those from Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm.
Microsoft released a new Windows 10 19H2 build to the Slow ring today, despite the fact that the company said that 19H2 is done, or at least the one that's currently in the Release Preview ring is.
Microsoft is releasing the Windows 10 November 2019 Update soon to 'seekers'. Because of the way Windows Update now works for feature updates, you might want to consider installing this update.
Today, Microsoft announced the naming of its next feature update, along with what will likely be the final build for Windows 10 19H2. If you're an Insider, it's time to check your ring.
Microsoft is gearing up to release the next significant update for Windows 10, which will be known as version 1909. It's smaller than other feature updates, but there are still some changes.
Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 19H2 build to the Slow ring, bringing the build number to 18362.10022. It only contains improvements and fixes from this month's Patch Tuesday update.
The past seven days have seen the avid preparations for the launch of The Coalition's latest Gears of War title, the arrival of a couple of new Insider builds, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
On this week's episode, Rich and João talk about the Apple and Microsoft coming in the next few weeks, the mess that's the 19H2 testing process so far, and SNES games coming to the Switch.
Microsoft today released a cumulative update for those that are testing Windows 10 19H2 in the Release Preview ring. It also tried to explain some of the confusion around what it's doing.
Microsoft today announced that it's bringing Windows 10 19H2 to the Release Preview ring, also bumping up the build number to 18363. Previously, 19H2 was only available in the Slow ring.
Microsoft is today releasing two builds from the 19H2 brand to the Slow Ring of the Insider Program. Build 18362.10013 contains features turned on by default, while 18362.10012 has them turned off.
Two weeks after releasing the first Windows 10 19H2 build to the Slow ring, Microsoft has released another. Today's build is number 18362.10005, and it lets third-party assistants on the lock screen.
On this week's episode of the Neowin Podcast, Rich and João talk about Stranger Things and Windows 1.11, the 19H2 update for Xbox One, and the new Nintendo Switch Lite that was announced.
On this week's episode of the Neowin Podcast, we talk about the long overdue release of Windows 10 19H2 builds to Insiders, another nail in Windows Phone's coffin, and more. Come join us!
When Windows 10 19H2 ships later this year, it will be in the form of a cumulative update. While many are speculating that future H2 updates will be delivered in the same way, Microsoft won't commit.
Microsoft has finally released the first Windows 10 Insider Preview build from the 19H2 developer branch, and it's available now for PCs in the Slow ring. The build number is 18362.10000.
On this week's episode, Rich and João talk about Microsoft's missing 19H2 builds, the Chromium-based Edge coming to older versions of Windows, and other big news from the last seven days.
Microsoft promised to deliver previews of its next feature update before the end of spring, and it didn't meet its deadline. Unfortunately, there isn't even an update from the company.
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.
Microsoft announced today that it will be releasing its first 19H2 build for Xbox Insiders that have enrolled in the Skip Ahead subset of the Preview Alpha ring. No features have been announced.
While there have been plenty of theories as to why Microsoft skipped over Windows 10 19H2 and started testing 20H1 with Insiders, it turns out that the reason is just to get it working with Azure.
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.
After Microsoft reopened enrollment for the Skip Ahead subset of the Fast ring earlier this week, it is now filled to capacity. Insiders will now have to wait until space opens up to enroll.
It's about that time in the development cycle, and Microsoft today once again opened up enrollment for the Skip Ahead subset of the Fast ring. Insiders on Skip Ahead will get Windows 19 19H2 builds.
During its monthly webcast today, Microsoft said that it's going to open up Skip Ahead enrollment for Windows Insiders that want early 19H2 builds soon, and it will likely be later this week.
With Windows 10 19H1 development wrapping up, it's time for Insiders on the Skip Ahead subset of the Fast ring to start keeping an eye out for 19H2 builds. They're still a few weeks out.