Today, Windows Insiders on Windows 10 21H2 were treated to an update in the Release Preview Channel that also contained a bunch of fixes for app crashes. There's no known issues reported.
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Microsoft today released a major update for Windows Subsystem for Android in the Dev channel. The latest update brings WSA to Android 12.1 and adds several notable features and changes.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 Release Preview Channel build 22000.706 (KB5014019). The new release brings several fixes and improvements as well as improvements to Family Safety.
The latest Dev Channel build for Windows 11 introduces a new web browsing experience on the desktop, but perhaps unsurprisingly, it does not respect your browser preferences and defaults to Edge.
Microsoft has released another new build of Sun Valley 3 Windows 11 Insider Preview to testers enrolled in the Dev Channel. It contains mainly fixes and full support for ARM64 devices.
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.
As was warned by Microsoft for the better part of the last couple of months, the Beta and Dev Channels finally split off into their own builds. Say hello to Sun Valley 3, the Windows 11 for 2023.
Microsoft is continuing to update stock Windows 11 with new visuals and features. After Paint, Notepad, Snipping Tool, and Clock, it is time for Voice Recorder to get a refreshed design.
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.
Microsoft sent an email to Windows Insiders earlier today in which it pats itself on the back for a job well done on the design of the Windows 11 Start menu. Does it even read the Feedback Hub?
In just over a couple hours time, the Windows Insider team leads and developers will be hosting a live webcast discussing the revamped Task Manager, and changes in recent Insider builds.
Microsoft rolled out a Windows 11 build in both the Dev and Beta Channels yesterday, this means that the Dev Channel will soon be moving to a new development branch, opt to stay there or go Beta.
Microsoft has announced an update for the Windows 11 Media Player app. Version 11.2202.42.0 brings Audio CD support, making the operating system more friendly to this ancient audio format.
After delivering somewhat crippled and half-baked folders for the Start menu in Windows 11, Microsoft is fixing the feature by allowing users to rename folders on the Start menu in the latest build.
Windows 11 users know that context menus are one of the most confusing things in the OS. Fortunately, the latest Windows 11 preview build makes invoking the legacy context menu much simpler.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22567.200 (KB5012432) to Insiders in the Dev Channel. This second such build does not add anything new and is to test the servicing pipeline.
Microsoft has confirmed that it will soon require Windows 11 Pro users to use a Microsoft account and have an internet connection when setting up their Windows device for the first time.
After a two week break, theres a new build in the Dev Channel for Windows Insiders; so much has changed we've decided to split it into two parts. Here are the improvements, fixes and known issues.
Say your goodbyes to the beloved unofficial Windows Insider icon, ninjacat. A new report suggests that the graphic - a cat riding a unicorn holding a Microsoft flag - may not be around for long.
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.
Many more fixes have made it into this build, including some visual tweaks that build on the new flyouts for volume, this time media controls on the lockscreen and Mic muting get some lovin'
Last week Windows Insiders were treated to two new builds of Windows 11 that fixed the new Volume flyout and added a load of fixes as 22H2 nears completion, there's a new hidden Task Manager too!
Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22538.1010 (KB5010882) to Insiders in the Dev Channel. It does not add anything new and is a cumulative update to test the servicing pipeline.
In today's build released to the Dev channel, the Voice access feature which lets you control your PC just with your voice is ready for testing and a bunch more fixes have been added, says Microsoft.
Microsoft has today released KB5008353 for Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview Channel. There's no new features, but fixes inactive apps in the taskbar appearing as active and more.
New ISOs for the latest Windows 11 Dev Channel Insider Build version 22533 have been released today. The new build, brings some new features, updated Your Phone app, and plenty of fixes.
In this Dev channel build, Microsoft says they continued the focus on fixes, but the did add a new experience for volume and brightness flyouts, which are now centered. You can download ISOs.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22504.1010 (KB5008697) to Insiders in the Dev Channel. It does not add anything new and is a cumulative update to test the servicing pipeline.
New Windows 11 Dev channel build brings Widgets changes, some Context Menu changes, and many more fixes and improvements. The build also breaks the update rollout process on Windows 11 ARM64 PCs.
It seems that Microsoft isn't completely tone deaf when it comes to feedback about major changes introduced with Windows 11. One such thing is the limited amount of apps you can pin to the Start menu.
Microsoft has today released build 19044.1381 (21H2) / build 19043.1381 (21H1) to the Release Preview Channel for Windows 10 Insiders. The new build brings an additional fix to the earlier KB5007253.
Microsoft today announced the availability of the Windows 10 November 2021 Update, but also released previews for Windows 10 21H1 and 21H2 in the Release Preview Channel for Insiders.
Microsoft has released a fix for apps that refuse to open following an expiration of a digitally signed certificate in Windows 11. This fix now applies to all editions of Windows 11.
The capability to run Android apps in Windows 11 is now available for Dev Channel Insiders. That said, the usual caveats apply. It's a U.S.-only experience and only some apps are officially available.
Microsoft today released Windows 11 build 22494 to Dev channel users that, for a subset of Insiders, adds a new icon in the taskbar to mute and manage Teams calls, plus more bug fixes.
Microsoft today released Windows 11 build 22489 to Dev channel users that adds a new Your Microsoft account page to Account settings, other improvements to the Settings app, and more fixes.
Windows 10 21H2, now called the Windows 10 November Update is now available as an ISO and in the Release Preview channel for Windows Insiders. It is the version that will ship to consumers.
Microsoft has released Windows 11 build 22483 to the Dev channel with a few bug fixes. However, Android app support is not in the build since that is currently exclusive to the Beta channel.