Microsoft has confirmed that a Copilot issue, which was there on Windows 11, has now been introduced in Windows 10 as well, given that the company is now pushing the feature on the latter too.
Windows 11 Insider build 23595 has some Copilot changes and more
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Windows 11 build 22635.2776 adds some new Ink features and more
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Windows 11 Insider build 26002 adds Energy Saver feature and more
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Intel's 6.0GHz Core i9-14900K snatches the crown back from AMD's 7950X3D
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As promised, Microsoft is now rolling out a new Windows 10 Release Preview Build 19045.3757 to those members in the Windows Insider Program. It includes the rollout of the Copilot AI assistant.
Microsoft released the Windows 10 22H2 Release Preview Insider build 19045.3754. It includes the new toggle to allow users to get the latest feature updates as soon as they roll out and more.
Microsoft has released the build 19045.3636 non-security preview update (KB503144) for Windows 10, version 22H2. The update is mostly about fixing a number of issues in the operating system
Microsoft earlier this week confirmed that the October 2023 Patch Tuesday, which was released last week, was having installation issues. The company has now released additional fix via group policy.
Microsoft has released the Windows 10 22H2 build 19045.3633 (KB5031445) for Windows Insiders on the Release Preview channel. The update includes a small number of bug fixes for the OS.
The new non-securityupdate for Windows 10 22H2 has the build number 19045.3516 (KB5030300). It has a improved search box taskbar experience among other new features, bug fixes, and improvements
Microsoft has started force-installing its new Windows backup app on LTSC systems as well and IT admins and system admins are, understandably, not too pleased since it can't be removed easily.
The new Windows 10 22H2 Release Preview Build 19045.3513 (KB5030300) includes an improved search box experience on the taskbar, along with new taskbar icon animations, among other changes.
It's the fourth Tuesday of the month today which means it's time for another C release or non-security preview update. As such, the new Windows 10 update (KB5029331) brings multiple major bug fixes.
The new Windows 10 version 22H2 Release Preview build 19045.3391 expands the rollout of notification badging for Microsoft accounts on the Start menu and improves how Windows detects your location.
Windows 10 22H2 has received its latest update today. The new release, Build 19045.3271 (KB5028244), brings a bunch of important bug fixes as well as improvements, including a BitLocker fix and more.
The new Windows 10 22H2 Release Preview Channel Build 19045.3269 (KB5028244) is now available for Insiders in that channel. It has a number of improvements and bug fixes, but no new features.
The Windows 10 version 22H2 non-security release preview 19045.315 includes a number of bug fixes and some improvements for this version of the PC OS, but no major feature improvements.
The Windows 10 22H2 Insider Release Preview build 19045.3154 is now available for members of that channel. It adds a few new features to the OS, and it also has a number of bug fixes.
Newly updated ISOs are heading for Windows 11 22H2, as well as Windows 10. The new Windows 11 ISO brings Moment 1 and 2 updates, among other features. These are available via the Media Creation Tool.
Microsoft has released KB5026435 (OS Build 19045.3031) Preview for Windows 10 22H2 systems. The update is classified as a non-security optional preview update that comes with several new features.
Microsoft has again reminded users about the end of life date for Windows 10 21H2 that is coming up next month. The company will force-update devices to 22H2 and has reminded about Windows 11.
The Windows 10 Insider Release Preview Build 19045.3030 includes a number of improvements for Windows 10, version 22H2. They include an improved search box experience and many, many more.
Microsoft has detailed how it plans to deliver .NET Framework version 4.8.1 updates via Windows Update channel and Microsoft Update Catalog on older Windows 11 and Windows 10 versions.
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Microsoft has revealed that Windows 10 version 22H2 is the final release of the eight-year-old operating system. In addition, the company announced a release window for the first Windows 11 LTSC.
Lighter versions of the Windows OS, be it Windows 10 or 11, are often in demand as they don't require powerful hardware. AtlasOS is such a software and it has received its latest update today.
Lighter versions of the Windows OS, be it Windows 10 or 11, are often in demand as they don't require powerful hardware. AtlasOS is such a software but it disables key features like Defender.
The Release Preview also comes with a new setting to sync language setting to Regional format in the Microsoft account and adds application specific group rules to the firewall, and more fixes.
Microsoft has released a new update that slightly improves the Windows OOBE process. These new updates apply to all Windows 11 versions, and also to some Windows 10 versions, ie, 20H2, 21H2, and 22H2.
Microsoft has released a new update that slightly improves the Windows OOBE process. These new updates apply to all Windows 11 versions, and also on some Windows 10 versions, ie, 20H2, 21H2, and 22H2.
Microsoft is now pushing the Bing desktop search bar, which was previously only seen in Windows 11, to Windows 10 as well. The feature is now available via its latest Edge stable update.
Although AMD didn't promise any gains specific to ray tracing with its recent RX 6000-series driver, rumors suggested there were big gains to be had. We tested to see if there was any truth to these.
A Windows 10 22H2 build has been released to Insiders on the Release Preview channel. Build 19045.2670 (KB5022906), brings no new features and a bunch of fixes for Edge, OneDrive, and more.
Microsoft has released new Patch Tuesday updates today for February 2023 on Windows 10 versions 21H1, 21H2, and 22H2 under KB5022834. There are also updates for older Windows 10 versions too.
Microsoft has rolled out an out-of-band (OOB) update to resolve an issue related to XPS documents not displayed correctly in WPF-based readers. The problem was introduced in December's Patch Tuesday.
Microsoft has confirmed that those using the most recent Windows 10 and 11 versions might experience issues with the Start menu, Windows Search, and UWP apps. The company is investigating the bug.
Microsoft has decided to permanently halt preview updates for a couple of older, but still supported, versions of Windows 10. These updates will now only be offered to Windows 10 22H2 and Windows 11.
Microsoft's newest optional cumulative update fixes an issue with News and Interests flickering in the taskbar or making File Explorer unresponsive, and includes a good number of fixes.
Microsoft has released a fix for Windows 10 customers suffering from blue screens of death with the 0xc000021a error code. A permanent patch is now available for download from Windows Update.
Microsoft has released new Patch Tuesday updates today for January 2023 on Windows 10 versions 21H1, 21H2, and 22H2 under KB5022282. There are also updates for older Windows 10 versions too.
Just like a year ago, the latest Windows 11 22H2 vs Windows 10 22H2 tests also show negligible differences between the two latest OS. Even if there's a gap, it is within single digit percentages.
Microsoft has confirmed that the latest Patch Tuesday update for December is causing the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) on Windows 10 systems. Detailed mitigation steps have been provided.
Those using Windows 10 might experience weird taskbar behaviors after installing recent cumulative updates. Microsoft has confirmed the issue and shared a temporary workaround to mitigate the problem.