Windows Insiders discovered yesterday that they could no longer update the Dev channel builds on unsupported hardware and VM guests, and that update has now also arrived to the Beta channel.
Build released to Dev channel fixes underlying issues with Start menu
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Microsoft is releasing Windows 11 build 22454 to the Dev channel. There are improvements to the UI in the way of a modern right-click menu for the recycle bin and a ton of bug fixes.
Microsoft is rolling out Windows 11 build 22000.168 to the Beta and Dev channels today. This build adds a new Microsoft 365 widget for enterprise users, among other bug fixes and more.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 build that is heading to both Dev and Release Preview Insiders. Build 22000.160 brings a new Clock app and a change to Windows Update for some users.
Windows 11 build 22000.132 is out with Teams chat for all Insiders and a few new in-box apps for Dev channel users. As usual, there are also a bunch of known issues that users must be aware of.
Microsoft finally made a Windows 11 Preview build available in the Beta Channel last week, this means that you can now opt to only receive the more stable builds and remain a Windows Insider.
Microsoft has emphasized that Windows 11 is built with accessibility in mind through new and redesigned components, services, and APIs. It calls this initiative the "modern accessibility platform".
This week, Windows 11 will become available for preview and not everyone will dare to install a preview Windows OS on their main machine. You can still get the "full" experience in a VM though!
This last week brought into view Microsoft's Q2 FY 2021 earnings report, the impressive growth of Game Pass, new Insider builds, and an updated Edge roadmap. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
This week, we got some interesting Halo Infinite multiplayer details, a bunch of new Windows updates, the five-year anniversary of Windows 10, and more. Be sure to catch up via our handy overview.
Another week brings another round of updates for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The highlights for this week are an updated development roadmap and schedule changes for the Feature Discovery Series.
In the final Microsoft Weekly column of the year, we take a look at extensions for the new Edge, the arrival of the first Windows 10 vNext build, and the name of the next-gen Xbox. Catch up below.
This past week we saw the release of two new 20H1 builds, the arrival of more Fluent Design to Office mobile apps, and even got some more info on Project xCloud. Be sure to catch up below.
This week, the Redmond firm released its report for Q1 of fiscal year 2020, along with a couple of Insider builds, as well as the announcement of a new exclusive Mixer streamer. Catch up below.
Folks who are in either the Alpha or Beta rings of the Xbox Insider Program should be getting a new build today from version 1906 of the console operating system, which is due out next month.
Build 2019 was held at the top of the week, which means the flow of news has been constant. Azure, Edge on other platforms, AR Minecraft, and much more. Be sure to catch up via the guide below.
As another week comes to an end, we take a look at Microsoft's Q3 2019 results, a few changes related to the May 2019 Update, and the death of Sets. 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.
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.
Quite a few things happened this past week, like the unveiling of the first build from Windows 10's 20H1 development branch, and the launch of Crackdown 3. Be sure to catch up via the guide 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.
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.
We're about a week into the new year, so it's time to take a look at just what Microsoft announced these past seven days. A new build for Insiders, games, and new Microsoft 365 SKUs. Catch up 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.
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.
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.
Another week, another pile of Microsoft news to go through and categorize. As always, gaming was present, as were previews and service updates. Be sure to catch up via the guide below.
As usual, a number of interesting things came out out Redmond this week. Gaming news aplenty, some preview builds as well, plus a hefty chunk of Surface updates. All that in the handy guide below.
Another week, another stack of Microsoft news to go through. Quite a few gaming tidbits, some of the usual Insider Preview builds, and a fair number of app updates. Be sure to catch up via our guide.
It's been an interesting half a fortnight for the Redmond giant, with news covering the Insider previews, app updates and gaming additions. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide below.
It's been a packed week for Microsoft, with everything from Game Pass announcements to various Insider preview news popping up. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide at the link below.
A number of things have happened this week, from updates to Windows 10 stable and the Insider Preview, to a dev branch switch and much, much more. Be sure to catch up with the handy guide below.
An update to the Screen Sketch app fixes a blurry screenshots issue that occurred in the initial release in Windows 10 Insider build 17704. The app will replace the Snipping Tool on Windows 10 RS5.
The week that's just ending was packed with news about Xbox software, Patch Tuesday's regular influx of updates, and an unexpectedly quick reveal of a new member in the Surface family. All that below.
Microsoft has released yet another preview build for Windows 10 today, and as usual, the latest release includes a series of improvements and fixes, but also a list of known issues to be aware of.
After no builds were released last week, Microsoft is back at it with build 17704 of Windows 10 for Insiders in the Fast Ring, bringing new Edge improvements, a new Skype app and much more.
The gaming news coming from Microsoft has quietened down a tad compared to last week, but not completely. There's also hardware and preview news, so be sure to catch up with the handy guide below.
A pre-E3 week full of gaming news, some tidbits about hardware and a couple of acquisitions: one rumored, one that's already been agreed upon. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide below.