Microsoft yesterday added six new known issues to the changelog for Windows 10 Insider build 17063. Issues range from PCs bug checking while in connected standby, Bluetooth devices not working, and more
A quick visit to the “Suggestions” section of Feedback Hub shows that many Windows Insiders are looking for Microsoft to improve the ways to remove or filter cards in Windows Timeline.
A message in the much-loved Paint.exe app in Windows 10 Build 17063 is now warning of classic Paint being replaced by Paint 3D
The latest Windows 10 Insider build 17063 introduced a redesigned Settings app with improved per-app privacy settings.
Microsoft has added three known issues to the changelog for build 17063, including the problem where audio stops working in Firefox once the build is installed.
(Note: yesterday Laurent Giret led you through a quick hands on with Sets, Microsoft’s new tabbed experience for apps. Today, Cody Carson digs a bit deeper with a video tour, enjoy!) Many Windows insiders will be familiar with the A/B testing Microsoft has been doing for smaller things like icons and layouts in the Windows […]
We were lucky enough to get early access to Sets on one of our Windows Insider PCs, and the feature is currently pretty basic for now.
Yesterday, Microsoft released a doozy of a Windows 10 Insider build for PCs on the Fast Ring, build 17063. Included in the build are our first look at Timeline, improvements to Edge that includes Web Media Extensions installed by default, more Fluent Design flowing throughout the OS, and updates to My People, Settings, and input […]
A new public preview build has been highly anticipated for almost a month. Now, just before the holidays, Windows Insiders got just what they wanted with a great list of new features to play around with. Microsoft Edge We’re always happy to see updates to Microsoft Edge. In 17063, the Web Media Extensions Package for […]
The freshly-released Windows 10 Insider build 17063 introduced many cool features for consumers today, Microsoft also brought some goodies for developers and IT Pros.
Today’s Windows Insider build included a lot of new features, but Windows Defender and Subsystem for Linux also see some improvements.
At the end of today’s blog post for Windows 10 build 17063, Microsoft made note of a new process labeled “Registry.” which may be seen in the Task Manager
In addition to the much-anticipated Timeline and Sets features, the latest Redstone 4 build brings a long list of novelties including some welcome input improvements.
Microsoft has listened to the needs of Windows 10 users and now added major tweaks to the settings page in build 17063. Here’s what you need to know.
If you thought that My People is still a bit rough around the edges in the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft has been listening to user feedback to take the feature to the next level.
Microsoft just pushed the big red button on perhaps the most important insider build in recent memory, with build 17063, now available for Windows Insiders on Fast Ring PCs. While there’s LOTS of new stuff in this build (Dona Sarkar’s promise of a 25 page blog post was no exaggeration!), by far the most compelling […]
Windows Shell, Start menu, Action Center, and other core areas of the Windows 10 OS received special treatment in build 17063, and here is what you need to know about it.