Since there is already a Windows Server 2003, and the 20H1 builds of Windows 10 will most likely get Version 2003 whenever it goes to out everyone next year, do you guys think Microsoft will use that version number for 20H1? Or will they bump it up to 2004 for compatiblity issues?
I have Version 1904 of Office installed and in Word one device has Focus Mode but the other device running the same version of Office doesn't. Is Microsoft A/B testing this feature in Word?
Anyone else testing out Windows Insider Fast ring build having issues with the latest builds where configuring of updates does not complete and the system reboots like new build wasn't even downloaded and installed by Windows Update? I've had this occur with 18317 and now 18323 on my Venue 8 Pro. Even making an ISO and trying to in-place upgrade doesn't work.
Has anyone else seen the mixer livestream the Windows Insider team did pertaining to Sticky Notes? Apparently a few things were mentioned like a Sticky Notes add-in, and Sticky notes replacing Notes in Microsoft Launcher. That's what I've gleaned from watching that webcast today.
Anyone else running 19H1 builds in Skip ahead having the online portion of Windows Update loop over and over again, thus not installing what's downloaded like a new build of Windows for example?
Should Windows 10 Version 1903, 19H1 or whatever it’ll be called have more new features added or should it be a release that fixes a lot of stuff? I know this is months away, but what does everyone think?
Noticed lately when I edit a Word document on my Android device, it shows up in Timeline on my Windows 10 devices. Is Microsoft Launcher connected with this, and any ideas when Microsoft Launcher gets Timeline support going from Windows 10 to Android?
If you have Edge installed on your Android or iOS and are enrolled in the betas, what is your current impression of the ebook experience which is available as of version 22.214.171.1245?
Should the Mobile versions of Office on Windows, Android, and iOS be done away and replaced with PWA versions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote and so on, and has the option of either free versions with limitations and ones for Office 365 subscribers that are fully featured? Why or why not? What do you all think? Also can a thing like this even be done?
Just wondering, why is sets a "controlled study" yet again for the select few who on RS5 builds and meet the critera? Functionality wise it is the same for all who have it, right?
Been having this issue on my 128 GB Dell Venue 10 Pro tablet going back to 1607, which yesterday got upgraded to Windows 10 Version 1803, where explorer.exe unmounts the sd card during a copy and paste from the system drive. I go into device manager and see the SD card listed under disk drives and in properties it say device is working properly? Anyone else with the exact same tablet run into this issue? By the way, the SD card does work.
How does everyone plan on installing Version 1803 starting tomorrow or are you one of those who'll wait a bit before updating from 1709?
Just wondering, why did Microsoft decide on May 8th as the day in which Version 1803 starts rolling out to those of us on Version 1709? Don't they usually stream the Day 2 keynote as well? Considering the internet traffic going to and from Microsoft's datacenters once 1803 starts going out on May 8th, will there be a staggered rollout as there was with 1709 and 1607?
Do some people downvote relevant comments just because they can? It seems like you can't even make a critical opinion or a realistic viewpoint without someone hitting downvoting said comment.
Seeing as there hasn't been any news about 1803 going out to non-insiders yet, even though it has gone through fast, slow, and release preview yet again as we all are aware, when should we expect it, before after Build? If there are not any showstopper issues with the installation, upgrading, whatever.
Noticed that Edge for Android was available in the Google Play store on my Acer Iconia One 8 tablet, but haven't seen anything from Microsoft about Edge being available for Android tablets. Has there been any chatter on this?
Has Cloud Clipboard ended up in the Land of Misfit Microsoft Software Products or it is still coming in a future version of Windows 10?
So, the Office Apps in the Microsoft Store is on Version 1712, while the Click-to-Run apps are on Version 1801. How to get the Store apps to actually update? I’m in the Monthly Channel by the way.
So, a person who has a system with Windows 10 Pro in S Mode only has to pay 50 dollars to from S Mode to full Pro while those running the Home SKU has to pay $99.99 to upgrade. Should or shouldn't upgrade pricing be the same for both?
What is everyone's thoughts and opinions on security questions being used as a password re method, especially with a local account in Windows 10 IP Build 17063?
So, Edge it seems is out of beta but still has not been made available to Android Tablet users. When, if ever, is Microsoft planning on making Edge available for tablet users who may be interested in trying it out?
As there are those who may want to clean install Windows 10 Version 1709 on their devices as opposed to updating through Windows Update, has Microsoft updated the MCT for such people, or has an iso with 16299.15/19 been released? Anyone know for certain?
Has anyone else with an Office 365 subscription gotten the Desktop Bridged Office apps listed under My Library in the Windows Store?
Seeing how most Android apps are designed to be run on portrait oriented touchscreen devices usually eight to ten inches and smaller, would said Android apps actually be usable on chromebooks with a much larger screen size?
In the last Windows Insider mixer stream, there was a presentation in which they showed the technical details of an in-place regular user upgrade, anyone where on Microsoft's own sites one can find this information?
Since Microsoft plans to remove SMB v1 from Windows 10 Fall Creators Update when it goes out to Current Branch or whatever Microsoft calls it these days will those who use FreeNAS, drobo, or the like be able to access their files and folders or will newer network storage hardware and software be required?
For those like myself who mainly use Microsoft Office or other productivity software products and do not text or use emojis or that stuff, is there any way to get a regular style touchscreen keyboard?
Will existing Office 365 Home, and Personal subscribers be able to get the desktop bridged Office apps for free through the store like the Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, and PowerPoint Mobile? Note the emphasis on existing.
Has any done the Fresh Start option in Windows Defender Security Center on a 64 GB Venue 8 Pro 5830 tablet? If so, were there any issues in your cases? In my case, I had upgraded to 10, went back to 8.1 then recently upgraded to Version 1703.
Upgraded Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 tablet to Version 1703 Build 15063 via iso then updated to 15063.11 which went quite well. However, Definition Update for Windows Defender - KB8226702 (Definition 1.239.530.0) does not install and gives Error 0x80070643 each and every time.
Reported this issue in Feedback hub, but wanted to see if anyone else is having this same issue.
If Microsoft would like to have every Windows 10 device running the latest version as part of this "Windows as a Service" thing, why concurrently support two versions, currently 1607 and 1511 at a time?
If 15063 is the Romeo Tango Mike of Version 1703, how soon should those us of in the Fast Ring switch to what'll become Current Branch to stay on the current build?
Trying to download KB4016635 to my laptop and tablet running 14393.969. However when I search for the update via the Windows Update Catalog in Firefox, Edge, and Chrome, they all show the 8DD010 error. Just me or is it a widespread issue?
Is there an inplace upgrade path to the release version of Visual Studio 2017 from RC or does the RC version have to removed first? Anybody know?