For the second time this week, Microsoft has issued a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build with no major new features. There are, however, a few bugs.
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Windows Insiders on the Fast ring who installed build 17110 this week got a nasty---or welcome---surprise: The Microsoft Store app is missing.
If you're a Windows Insider, be careful not to install any new builds today: An internal mishap at Microsoft has triggered an errant release.
Windows Insiders have a decision to make, and time is running out: With the Anniversary Update now publicly available, Insiders can opt out of the program and remain on Windows 10 version 1607 if they'd like.
I’ve now installed Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10122 on my main desktop PC and my Surface Pro 3, among other devices physical and virtual. And having now actually gotten real work done in this build, I feel like I have an understanding of where we’re at as Windows 10 barrels towards completion. It’s mostly […]
Microsoft is delivering a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build for PCs to fast ring testers today. Build 10122 includes a number of new features, such as Start and Continuum improvements, the promised New Tab page in Microsoft Edge, a new default apps interface, and more. “This build is a bit more stable and polished […]
Microsoft recently released a version of the Windows 10 Insider Preview for the Raspberry Pi 2 mini-computer, a new Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Here’s a quick peek at this release, called Windows 10 IoT Core, and what it’s like to get it up and running. Note: After four straight weeks on the road, it’s […]
When I wrote about my experiences using the Windows 10 Insider Preview on Microsoft’s new Surface 3 tablet last month, I noted that the process was excruciatingly lengthy and some drivers were missing in action. Last night, however, I noticed that Device Manager was clean in Surface 3—meaning that those missing drivers had been mysteriously […]