As per usual, Microsoft has released a new build of the Windows 10 SDK Preview, which aligns with the Windows 10 build released to Insiders in the Fast Ring last week, with no significant changes.
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Build 18917 RSS
Today, Microsoft released Windows Server Insider Preview build 18917, corresponding to last week's Fast ring build. It's the first Windows Server preview build that's from the 20H1 development branch.
While you might have thought you only got a boring Linux Subsystem update in the latest Windows 10 build, think again because you can now control notifications right from the banner!
As we eagerly wait for Microsoft to reveal more details about its rumored Windows Core OS, the company has finally started doing work to split the Shell from the rest of the operating system.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18917, adding a few new features like WSL 2. But of course, there's a long list of fixes, improvements, and known issues to be aware of.
A bit later in the day than usual, Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18917 to the Fast ring. The new build contains a few new features, including Windows Subsystem for Linux 2.