Following yesterday's worldwide general availability of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update through various manual install methods and Windows Update, the company has also released the SDK.
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Microsoft had announced that the Windows 10 April 2018 Update will begin rolling out today for early adopters, but as it turns out, the update is also coming through Windows Update.
It looks like version 1803, which is called the Windows 10 April Update will be released to the general public in May if a leak to a Chinese vendor is to be believed. BUILD will also be well underway.
A lot of gaming news, some update clues, and a whole lot of Redstone back and forth. Not only that, but there's a little extra something at the end too. Be sure to catch up via our guide below.
The Twitter PWA, which is still only available to Windows Insiders on Windows 10 Redstone 4 or 5, has been updated to allow pinning user profiles on the Start menu, which then become Live Tiles.
It seems yet another "blocking bug" may have been discovered that when invoked crashes the entire Settings app. It relates to the setting for choosing a default for an app, such as a browser.
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.
This week, we look at Redstone 4 and 5, the attention given to the gaming experience on Xbox, and a few noteworthy changes in the pipeline. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide.
Microsoft has rolled out a new HoloLens Windows 10 build, bringing it inline with the desktop version that is expected to be released to the public this month. It's only the second update since 2016.
Quite a lot took place at the Redmond campus this past week. From gaming for everyone and their dog, to the wrap-up of Redstone 4 and an interesting future ahead. Catch up with our guide below.
Microsoft has finally released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview for its HoloLens device, the first update that the headset has received since the Windows 10 Anniversary Update in 2016.
According to a report, the upcoming Windows 10 spring update has reached released to manufacturers (RTM) status with build 17133. The feature update is expected to begin its rollout on April 10.
It's been a bit more of a quiet week, but the news was noteworthy nonetheless. Previews for everyone, updates as well, and much more. Be sure to catch up with our handy guide below.
The Microsoft Store app for Windows 10 now has a dedicated section called "Devices", which allows consumers to find and purchase Windows hardware and accessories via a separate tab.
A new Xbox One Preview build (1804.180316-1900) for users in the Beta and Delta rings will roll out today at 6 p.m. PDT. Along with one new feature, there is the usual list of fixes and known issues.
Today, Microsoft announced new accessibility features that will be coming to Windows 10 over the course of the next year, some of which are already available in Insider Preview builds.
Microsoft has released its latest Redstone 4 build for Insiders in the Xbox One Beta ring. This build only brings three new fixes, with a long list of known issues and no new features.
Microsoft has just released another Redstone 4 build for Insiders in the Xbox One Alpha ring. This build enables FreeSync support and Auto-Low Latency Mode along with a number of other fixes.
A lot of things took place over in Redmond this past week, from the switch to the Redstone 5 branch, to worthwhile gaming goodies and updates aplenty. Catch up with our handy guide.
Microsoft is releasing the first Redstone 4 build (build 17115) for Xbox One to the Beta ring today. Along with the new features, there are a bunch of fixes and a long list of known issues.
The name keeps popping up everywhere, and now within Powershell in Redstone 5. All that's left to do is for Microsoft to confirm it, but they chose not to at the Windows Developer Day for some reason.
Microsoft today announced new Windows Mixed Reality features that are coming in the spring update for Windows 10. They include a new environment, haptic feedback in controllers, and more.
Microsoft released the first Redstone 4 build for the Xbox One today, increasing the build number to 17105. Along with a bunch of new features, there are also some fixes, and of course, known issues.
Today, Microsoft finally announced what's coming in the next major feature update for the Xbox One, which should align with Windows 10. Codenamed Redstone 4, it will be available this spring.
While Microsoft originally planned to roll out Redstone 4 builds to Xbox Insiders this week, there were some issues preventing that, but the team says that it's on track to release it next week.
Many things took place in Microsoft's back garden these past seven days. From Redstone 5 to SKU changes, app updates and quirky projects, be sure to catch up on the week with our handy dandy guide.
Welcome to another weekly roundup of the news out of Redmond. This week, we have lots of mobile app news, as well as an update on the what happened in the boardroom. Oh, and Windows 10, as always.
Another busy week in the world of Microsoft, but who are we kidding. Every week is busy. Top news is reports of a streamlined version of Windows 10 nicknamed Polaris that strips out old legacy code.
During today's Windows Insider webcast, Microsoft announced that the next Windows 10 Bug Bash will kick off on February 2. It will focus on the next feature update for the OS, codenamed Redstone 4.
In the next feature update to Windows 10, version 1803, Microsoft will be adding a Fonts page to the Settings application. Users will be able to download new fonts from the Microsoft Store.
Welcome to a new column that rounds up the news of the week out of Redmond. For the week of December 30 to January 5, we have chip vulnerabilities that needed attention and some problems for Cortana.
Microsoft released Windows 10 build 17046 to the Fast ring a few days ago. Now, by sifting through the code, it looks like the firm could have plans to update the look and feel of the Game Bar.
The as-yet undocumented new feature, which will make the OS recognize and join with Bluetooth devices in a more efficient fashion, is starting to make its way into new Windows 10 Redstone 4 builds.
Microsoft's Dona Sarkar took to Twitter earlier today to confirm that a major blocking bug has halted plans to release a Redstone 4 Insider Preview candidate to the Fast ring this week.
Today, Microsoft released the first Redstone 4 Insider Preview build to the Slow ring, which is build 17025. It contains a few minor new features, such as Cortana Collections and more.
New leaked images show that Microsoft is apparently working on a more refined UI and Fluent Design for Windows Settings, slated for release in March 2018 with the Redstone 4 Feature Update.
Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17017 to Fast ring users just a few hours ago, however, many are facing problems updating their devices. Microsoft is now working on a fix.
Today, Microsoft released the first Redstone 4 Insider Preview for those in the Fast ring and didn't choose the Skip Ahead option when it was available. Here's what's new in build 17017.
Today, Microsoft noted that those developing for Windows Mixed Reality should change their Insider settings, because Redstone 4 builds might arrive in the Fast ring as early as tomorrow, the 10th.
After weeks of testing by Skip Ahead Insiders, Microsoft has started rolling out an update to the Windows 10 Skype app, bringing with it important features, like no longer being able to hide messages.