It's yet again that time of the week when we look back at just what on earth Microsoft announced in the past seven days. Builds, games, app updates, and more are all in the handy guide below.
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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.
Microsoft started accidentally sending out toast notifications to non-insiders about the availability of latest fast-ring builds. The company acknowledged that it was unexpected and fixed it quickly.
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.
Microsoft has released the second Redstone 5 build of the week to Windows Insiders, continuing its focus on fixing bugs and ironing out any issues before the public rollout of the update.
A new build of Windows for the HoloLens headset is now rolling out to Insiders in the Fast Ring. There are no new features in this release, and only one bug fix is included in the changelog.
Yet another week's gone by, and yet more interesting news has surfaced from Redmond. Insider previews galore, app updates, and even some free games to claim. All that and more in the guide below.
After rolling out the first Redstone 5 build for HoloLens (17720) in July, Microsoft issued a new RS5 Insider build for its virtual reality headset that fixes the issues with the previous features.
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.
Microsoft quietly released the first Redstone 5 build for its HoloLens headset over the weekend, and it includes a few new features such as Miracast projection and improved notifications.
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.
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.
A new report has emerged, claiming that Microsoft's Andromeda project is definitely not dead, and that it has just been sent back to the drawing board to be "significantly reworked".
A bundle of Microsoft news has showed up at your doorstep once more. Details about Surface models and discounts, Redstone 5 on Xbox, and more, all in the handy guide which you can find below.
Today, Microsoft announced that it's releasing its second Redstone 5 Xbox One Insider Preview. It still doesn't have any new features, but it does have a couple of fixes and some known issues.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced that it is releasing the first Redstone 5 preview for the Xbox One. It's now published a changelog, showing a few fixes, but no new features just yet.
Today, Microsoft's Brad Rossetti tweeted that those enrolled in the Xbox Insider Program's Skip Ahead ring will get their first build from the Redstone 5 development branch tonight.
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.
It has been more than a week since the last Redstone 5 build dropped for Insiders, but due to a "nasty bug" cropping up in a potential candidate, there won't be a new build to play with this week.
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.
As usual, there's been a steady influx of news coming from the Redmond campus, from gaming to productivity and everything in-between. Be sure to catch up with our handy guide below.
Another week, another round of news from Microsoft's campus up in Redmond. Gaming was heavily emphasized once more, but updates to various other products weren't absent either. Catch up below.
A lot has happened in these short seven days over at Microsoft. Most of the news revolved around gaming and the unveiling of the Adaptive Controller, but there was also more. Be sure to catch up.
Windows 10 build 17672, which was released yesterday for Windows Insiders, includes initial support for same-site cookies in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11, aiming to enhance security.
Microsoft has made a new Windows 10 SDK Preview available to download that works with Build 17666 and earlier. Some of the changes include new APIs that can hook into Sets and more.
Microsoft's Build 2018 conference took place this week, bringing a slew of announcements from both the consumer and business side of the company. Be sure to catch up using our handy guide.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 day two keynote today, Joe Belfiore showed off some new Sets and Timeline features that will be coming in the next Windows 10 Redstone 5 Insider Preview build.
At a session at its Build 2018 developer conference, Microsoft announced some new features that are going to be available for Progressive Web Apps in the next feature update to Windows 10, Redstone 5.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference today, the Windows Insider team announced that it will service Slow ring builds with Redstone 5, allowing the ring to see builds more frequently.
This past week has been an active one for Microsoft, with the April 2018 Update finally being made available, as well as some interesting gaming and business news. It's all here in our handy guide.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 for PCs build 17661 to the Fast ring, which is the first Redstone 5 build that isn't exclusive to those that chose the Skip Ahead subset of the ring.
Windows Insider chief Dona Sarkar took to Twitter today to give insiders a heads up that RS5 builds would hit Slow and Fast rings soon, and that Insiders select their ring settings to avoid surprises.
There's been quite a bit to unpack regarding the events of this week at the Redmond campus. Be sure to catch up to the news about earnings, gaming, updates, and everything else via our handy guide.
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.
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.
A new feature to take screen clips is coming to the Action Center in the Redstone 5 update to Windows 10. It should be available in an upcoming Insider Preview build in the Fast ring.
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.