Microsoft has rolled out a new feature to Windows 10 called Quick Searches that lets you perform common search queries like checking the weather with a single click.
Recent Windows 10 20H1 Stories
Microsoft's latest build of Windows 10 20H1 makes the Windows Subsystem for Linux more flexible with memory, and introduces some new Kaomoji.
Windows 10's latest build brings the new and improved Swift Pair to experience to all Windows Insiders with support for two new devices.
A new build of Windows 10 20H1 is rolling out to Insiders with some minor updates and bug fixes for those in the Fast Ring.
Microsoft releases new Windows 10 20H1 build with improvements to Search, Task View, Task Manager, Settings, and more.
Microsoft hints at new Cloud Download feature that’ll let you install a fresh copy of Windows right from the cloud, much like macOS.
Latest builds of Windows 10 20H1 introduces the Microsoft Defender brand for Microsoft Defender Antivirus and more, as Microsoft looks to slowly move away from the Windows Defender branding.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 20H1 build comes with the ability to quickly create events from the taskbar, updated Surface firmware, and more.
Microsoft is improving notification management in Windows 10 with new features and shortcuts that make managing all your notifications much quicker.
A new build of Windows 10 20H1 is coming to Insiders in the Fast ring, but it only includes minor bug fixes.
Microsoft pushes Insiders forward to Windows 10 20H1, merges the Fast Ring and Skip Ahead with release of new 20H1 build.
Microsoft is releasing a new build of Windows 10 for its 2020 release to Insiders in Skip Ahead.
Microsoft has released another build from the 2020 branch for Windows 10, though it's nothing too interesting.
Microsoft is improving support for the new emoji part of Emoji 12.0 with the latest Windows 10 20H1 build.
Microsoft is releasing two new builds of Windows 10 -- one for the next Windows 10 update, and one for the 2020 release.
Microsoft is testing a new feature in Windows 10 that lets you access your Linux subsystem files from the File Explorer.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 but unlike previous releases, this update is for a new version coming in 2020.