Microsoft will not be releasing anymore Windows 10 Preview Builds this year.
The news comes from the Redmond company’s Gabe Aul, who made the announcement in a blog post announcing the recent build of Windows 10 Mobile Preview.
Microsoft had released Windows 10 Build 11082, which happens to be the first Redstone build, a few days ago to the Fast Ring of the Windows Insider Program. The new build does not feature any major changes, which has in turn given rise to speculation something big is coming really soon.
Support for Extensions in Microsoft Edge is the expected feature, as hinted by statements posted on the websites belonging to popular add-on makers, [...]
Earlier today, we reported that Windows 10 Build 10586 is now available for the members of the Fast Ring of the Windows Insider Program.
We detailed on what Microsoft had fixed in the new build of the operating system, and it’s now time to look at the bugs in it.
There are only two known issues in Windows 10 Build 10586, and both of them are quite major bugs. And one of them was actually present in the prior version, Build 10576 as well. I have to say I’m surprised that Microsoft has not fixed the issue in the newer build, despite the fact that it is ten builds fresher. This leads us to once again assume that Microsoft is making its teams focus on [...]
A few days ago, we reported that Microsoft’s Gabe Aul had hinted that the company would be releasing a new build of Windows 10 to the Insider Program.
And the Redmond company did not disappoint.
Microsoft has officially rolled out Windows 10 Build 10586 out to the Fast Ring of Insiders. But the important thing to note here, is that even though the version has been bumped by 10, there are no new features in the build at all. Nope, zero, zilch, nada.
All that the new build bring is big fixes, nothing more. But this isn’t really a bad thing. In fact, the lack of new features and the presence of bug fixes, hints that Microsoft could be releasing [...]
About a month before Windows 10 was released, Microsoft boasted that it had a whopping 5 Million members in the Windows Insider Program.
The community has been around for nearly a year, since the first “Technical Preview” of Windows 10, was launched in October 2014.
Let’s take a look back at how they helped Microsoft build Windows 10.
You could say that the Windows Insider Program is the heart of Windows 10, and its members are its heartbeat. It was these members who downloaded and installed the operating system, and began reporting bugs to Microsoft. They also played a great role in shaping up Windows 10, by sharing invaluable feedback [...]