Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 22000.282 to Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview channels.
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Microsoft should have taken more than three months to publicly test its first major Windows release in over six years.
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Just days from now, Windows 11 will ship in an incomplete, regressive state. That’s too bad, but fixing Windows 11 is easy.
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In another nod to the hybrid work scenarios thrust upon us by the ongoing global pandemic, Microsoft announced a major update to Whiteboard.
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