The first and only Redstone 4 Bug Bash is kicking off today February 2nd and will go on through 11:59 PM PST on February 11th.
This build comes with a laundry list of changes, fixes, and known issues, but it also brings some new options in Windows Settings, and in Windows App Permissions. Here is what you need to know.
According to a memo that has gone out to the limited number of testers with access, the sought after features of Sets has gone through its testing paces and the Windows group has enough telemetry to shut down the project for now and not bring it back until some later date in the future.
Microsoft just released Windows 10 Insider build 17083, and as has been the norm lately, it’s chock full of new goodness, including news of some Timeline improvements, set in motion by Windows Insider user feedback. One of the most requested changes was for an ability to make it easier to delete multiple activities from the […]
It’s Wednesday 10 am in Redmond, time to push a big red button and release another Windows Insider build. While Redstone 4 is winding down as we head toward a Spring 2018 release, the company is including one set of new features in this latest build, giving Windows users more control over what data Microsoft […]