The anticipation finally ended this morning as Microsoft took the stage in New York City’s Skylight at Moynihan Station to announce their new hardware lineup across all of their major product categories.
Since being released Monday night, Build 15063 has been on Fast Ring testing machines. Now the larger Slow Ring group will get to test this build as it continues towards the release of the Creators Update....More
Now that it looks like the third major feature update for Windows 10 will be out in the next few weeks it is time to prepare for the update by taking care of a few things on your Windows 10 device....More
Microsoft has begun development on the next major update to Windows 10, code named Redstone 2, and it is expected to be released some time in 2017. This page will track all of the PC builds released under the Redstone 2 branch for testing and preview.
Microsoft has begun development on the next major update to Windows 10, code named Redstone 2, and it is expected to be released some time in 2017. This page will track all of the Mobile builds released under the Redstone 2 branch for testing and preview.
As we begin another week keeping an eye on the Windows 10 Creators Update, which is in its final stages of development, we don't know what to expect but we can catch everyone up after the last month of steady build releases....More
Should Microsoft provide more detailed information with their routine Cumulative Updates for Windows 10?
It seems the only topic discussed more on social media than privacy in Windows 10 is whether or not Microsoft should provide more details about what is fixed and updated in the Cumulative Updates for the new operating system.
Since its release nearly a month ago four different routine updates have been released for Windows 10.
The accompanying knowledge base articles that were released with those updates were devoid of any detail beyond the phrase This update includes improvements to enhance the functionality of Windows 10.”
So with all of these new features that were announced last week plus those that are now present in Windows 10 Build 14316, we want to know which of them are you most looking forward to when the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is released this summer?
The most popular page on our website is the one about how to prevent the Windows 10 upgrade, and we see plenty of questions from people who have installed Windows 10 and regret it. So we want to know: Have YOU tried Windows 10 and then shied back? Why?
Is the Windows 10 Anniversary Update Ready for Release?
The second major update to Windows 10, known as the Anniversary Update, will begin its roll out to a wide variety of devices including desktops, tablets, mobile, Xbox One, HoloLens and Surface Hub on 02 August.
It has picked up several new features with a focus on Windows Inking, Security, and improvements to Cortana. Of course, there are also numerous tweaks and under the hood updates as well to improve the look and performance of the OS.
Since Windows 10 was initially released in July of 2015, Microsoft has collected over 75 million pieces of feedback that have resulted in more than 5,000 fixes and improvements to the year old operating system.
That feedback from Windows Insiders, the incredible amount of usage by those testers - more than 18 million days worth, and the 50 testing builds released for this update since last December has given Microsoft plenty of data to turn this release into a solid offering.
Is the Windows 10 Creators Update Ready for Release?
As of today there have been 23 PC builds and 16 Mobile builds pushed out to testers for the soon to be released Windows 10 Creators Update. This third major feature update has been in development since August of last year.
Since we are on the verge of seeing what is likely the general availability build of the Creators Update we want to get a quick thumbs up or thumbs down on your view of the updates readiness for release.
We have already heard this week that the Mobile version of this feature update will not be released on the same day as the PC update so this poll is all about that version.
Of course, in this Windows as a Service (WaaS) world we live in is anything ever really complete?