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This past week brought mostly good things for gamers on Xbox, along with a sprinkling of news about Redstone 4 and 5, and some oft-present updates. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide.
Beyond support for Dolby Vision HDR, EA announced that all players in the game will get access to the Nivelle Nights map, the French campaign of Chemin des Dames set 100 years ago.
According to Microsoft's Windows lifecycle fact sheet, the company is slated to end support for Windows 10 for PCs version 1511 tomorrow. It's recommended that you upgrade your machine.
The latest data shows a big increase in the proportion of PCs on the Windows 10 Creators Update over the last month, and a huge rise in the number of Surface Pro 3s running that version of the OS.
Today, Microsoft finally announced the date that Windows 10 version 1511 will be retired from support, which will be October 10, 2017. The company recommends upgrading to a newer release.
Microsoft has announced version 1.4 of its open-source UWP Community Toolkit. This update is comparatively smaller than the previous one, and mainly focuses on stability and improvements in controls.
Microsoft has rolled out a cumulative update for Windows 10 Mobile devices that haven't yet upgraded to the Anniversary Update - apparently including those that aren't officially supported.
Microsoft has yet again rolled out a new Cumulative Update for Windows 10 version 1511. This is the third of such updates to hit the newest version of Windows 10 that is less than a month old.
Following the restoration of the Media Creation Tool and ISO's for Windows 10 with the November Update, Microsoft has also rolled out a new Cumulative Update via Windows Update
In a confusing couple of days, Microsoft first pulled the November Update for Windows 10 and has now reinstated the update, chalking the removal up to certain privacy concerns.
Microsoft suddenly, and without explanation, pulled its recently-released Windows 10 November update from the Media Creation Tool that it had previously recommended - but has since issued a statement.
Microsoft has rolled out a cumulative update for Windows 10 bringing the OS version up to 10586.11 (up from .3), and it now means that the PC, Mobile and Xbox releases all share the same build number.
Microsoft has made the ISOs of Windows 10 Enterprise build 1511 which features the November update, available for its Volume License customers just five days after they were released on MSDN.
With the November update now rolling out to millions of Windows 10 users, Microsoft also included new features to entice the Business sector to the platform and, more importantly, IT administrators.
For those who favor installing a fresh copy of the Windows 10 November Update, ISOs are now available for MSDN subscribers, while other users are able to do so using Microsoft's media creation tool.
The first major update to Windows 10 - tested by Insiders as build 10586, and now known as "the November update" - is now rolling out, bringing a range of improvements to the OS.
The November firmware update for the Surface Pro 3 is now available. The small update brings a wealth of improvements to the already excellent tablet.
The November Xbox One update is now rolling out to all users. It's one of the biggest updates yet and comes with lots of new features including custom background support and a Store redesign.