Nine years ago this month, Microsoft launched the Windows Insider Program for testing builds of its Windows OS. Today, the company is celebrating the anniversary with a new badge and new wallpapers.
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Windows 11 Insider build 26002 adds Energy Saver feature and more
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Windows 11 Insider build 23595 has some Copilot changes and more
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The new Windows 11 Beta builds 22621.2338 and 22631.2338 also include a new Focus Session widget as part of a Clock app update along with a long list of bug fixes for Insider users.
The new Windows 11 Insider Dev Channel preview build 23486 will allow users to access any app or website that supports passkeys, and use Windows Hello to create or sign into those sites and apps.
The new Windows 11 version 22H2 Release Preview build 22621.1926 for Insiders includes a number of new features, as well as a long and detailed list of many bug fixes and improvements
Microsoft has confirmed it will not be releasing any Windows Insider builds this week for any of its Insider channels, although it did release a Windows Subsystem for Android preview this week.
Two new Windows 11 Insider builds 22621.1755 and 22624.175 are now available in the Beta channel under KB5026438. The new build fixes a few bugs but otherwise does not have any new features.
Microsoft has an annoying rollout pattern which staggers the release of some features in the same Insider channel. This means not everyone will receive all features despite sharing the same build.
Microsoft has released a new Windows Server Preview build 25120 today to Windows Insiders. Available in both ISO and VHDX formats, the ISO can be downloaded right now in 18 languages.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22616.100 (KB5014650) to Insiders in the Dev and Beta Channels. It does not add anything new and is a cumulative update to test the servicing pipeline.
Microsoft has released build 22616 for Windows Insiders, it mainly contains fixes and improvements and no new features. The company also warned that the window is closing to switch channels.
Microsoft has released a new Windows Server Preview build 25110 today to Windows Insiders. Available in both ISO and VHDX formats, the ISO can be downloaded right now in 18 languages.
Last week saw Microsoft admitting that the current state of Windows 11 build candidate did not meet the quality bar for wider testing. This week, the Redmond giant says it still needs more time.
In the last seven days, we've seen the release of official Windows 11 ISOs, the discovery of another security flaw, and even a higher-res Xbox dashboard. Be sure to catch up via our handy overview.
The last week of August brought the 25-year anniversary of Windows 95, the return of a Halo veteran, new features for Edge, and much, much more. Be sure to catch up via our handy overview.
Though it was a bit of a quiet week, news about 20H1's version number did show up, as did deals on Surface hardware and December's lineup of Games with Gold. Be sure to catch up below.
A brand new seven day chunk has gone by, so a recap of what's happened is in order. There's been the usual assortment of patches, previews, and a dab of interesting gaming news. Catch up below.
Another week, another compilation of news that's come out of Redmond. Find out about the start of 19H1's Bug Bash, some nice additions to the Backwards Compatibility list, and more below.
With the year's end just over a week away, Microsoft was busy pushing out previews, updates, and and some interesting gaming news to boot. Find all that and more in the handy guide 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.
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.