I’ve been using GitHub for years to host the Windows 10 Field Guide, and this year I moved my .NETpad projects there as well.
Recent Windows 10 Field Guide Stories
The Windows 10 Field Guide is now available for free to Premium members, and it will be updated through the end of 2020.
Windows 10 version 1909 is, by all accounts, a very minor update. But there is one major change, at least for Windows 10 Home users.
With Microsoft finally coming clean about the new features in Windows 10 19H2, I have updated the Windows 10 Field Guide too.
Now that Microsoft has finally come clean on its plans for Windows 10 version 19H2, I can reveal my own plans, for the Windows 10 Field Guide.
The Windows 10 Field Guide is now being updated to support Windows 10 version 1803, and we are lowering the price of the book.
Following up on my recent update, we've fixed the publishing issues and are offering a prettier new layout to Windows 10 Field Guide.
It's been a long time since I wrote about Windows 10 Field Guide here on Thurrott.com. But it's being updated now for the Fall Creators Update.
Much of the emphasis on Windows 10 S from a hardware perspective has been on laptops and 2-in-1s. But what about desktop PCs?
With the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, Sticky Notes get a nice Ink-enabled update, but the biggest change, perhaps, is support for Cortana Insights, which lets you set reminders, call written phone numbers, send an email message, view web address, and more.
Windows 10 supports broadband cellular networks provided by major wireless carriers. So if you're lucky enough to have a SIM-enabled Windows PC or device, you can get Internet access this way, just as you do with your smart phone.
Starting with the Anniversary Update, the Microsoft Edge web browser in Windows 10 supports extensions, which can be used to personalize the browser and add functionality.
As you may know, my latest e-book, Windows 10 Field Guide, is now available on Leanpub. And while it's already pretty comprehensive, we'd like to make it even better throughout 2016. So we're asking for your help.
Microsoft has streamlined the Windows 10 Setup process so that it prompts the user much less than before. But in doing so, it sets some unwanted defaults.
One of the big questions with the recently-released Windows 10 Field Guide is how readers will get updates. I think we have a plan that should work for most.
The first version of Windows 10 Field Guide is now available. We target the November Update (version 1511) release for this initial release of the book.
I've gotten a lot of questions about the Windows 10 Field Guide, which is certainly understandable. So here's an an explanation of what's happening.