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  1. Microsoft Edge 92 rolls out to the Beta channel with vertical tabs improvements and more Microsoft has begun rolling out Edge version 92 to users in the Beta channel, sticking to the timeline mentioned in the release schedule. As is the case generally, there is no official changelog yet as the firm usually posts it later in the day. However, the version has been in testing in the Canary and Dev channels for a while now, so there is a fair bit of information on what is new. When the changelog does get posted, it can be found here. With version 92 being pro
  2. Microsoft releases new Office Build 13801.20004(Beta Channel) for Windows users Microsoft today released a new Office Insider Preview Build 13801.20004 for Windows users registered in the Beta Channel. The new Insider Preview build brings a new feature for Access, and bug fixes for issues found in Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word. You can read the full official changelog below. Changelog Access New feature You will now see selected tabs clearer in Access. Excel Notable fixes We fixed an issue where Excel
  3. Microsoft Edge 89 is out in the Beta channel, letting you reset your sync data Today, Microsoft is releasing a new build of Microsoft Edge to the Beta channel, which gets new builds every six weeks or so. This one is build 89.0.774.18, so this is the first Edge 89 build in the channel; there will be minor fixes in-between now and when it's released to the Stable channel. As always, there are a bunch of new features. For one thing, you can now reset your Edge sync data in the cloud. So, if you've had any issues with settings syncing in Edge that you just can
  4. Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 19042.508 (20H2) to Insiders in the Beta Channel Microsoft today announced the release of Windows 10 20H2 Build 19042.508 (KB4571756) to Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel. The build is intended for commercial customers in the Beta Channel and Release Preview Channel for pre-release validation. Windows 10 Build 19042.508 is a security update which includes the following improvements: Microsoft fixed an issue with a possible elevation of privilege in windowmanagement.dll. Microsoft fixed a secu
  5. Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.487 now out in the Beta Channel with a ton of fixes In addition to releasing Windows 10 vNext build 20201 today to the Dev channel, Microsoft is also releasing 20H2 build 19042.487 to the Beta Channel. The firm also reminded enterprise customers that it is making 20H2 available to commercial devices for pre-release testing in the Beta and Release Preview Channels, something that the firm announced last week. Today’s build, unsurprisingly, brings a bunch of fixes and quality improvements. There are no new major features.
  6. Microsoft releases Windows 10 20H2 build 19042.450 to the Beta Channel As is customary on every second Tuesday of the month, Microsoft has released cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows. This includes all supported Windows 10 versions, Windows 8.1 and respective Windows Server versions, and Windows 7 customers that have opted for Extended Security Updates (ESUs). Additionally, the firm is also releasing 20H2 build 19042.450 to Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel. While the updates to 20H2 builds in the Beta Channel – which is j
  7. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19042.421 with a ton of new features Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19042.421 to the Beta channel. Unlike most cumulative updates for the Beta channel, this one actually contains a bunch of new features. In fact, many expected that 20H2 wouldn't have many new features at all, since it's going to be delivered in a similar way that 19H2 was delivered. One key new feature is the new tiles in the Start Menu, which debuted in the Dev channel. They're meant to be theme-aware, and they shoul
  8. Today is Patch Tuesday, and that means that it's time for all supported versions of Windows to get updated. In the world of Windows 10, that still means every version except for version 1511, although different versions are only supported on certain SKUs. Windows 10 is a Microsoft product, so don't be surprised that support lifecycles ended up being much more complicated than originally intended. Ever since March, Patch Tuesday has been the only time that Windows 10 was getting updated. Microsoft paused optional updates because of the COVID-19 pandemic; however, things will be back
  9. It was almost a year ago that Microsoft announced that it's rebuilding its Edge browser from Google's open-source Chromium project. Today at its Ignite 2019 conference in Orlando, it finally announced that general availability is slated for January 15, and the release candidate is coming today. Well now, that release candidate is finally available from the Beta channel. The version number is 79.0.309.11; Dev and Canary are on the newer Chromium 80, which is to be expected given that they're updated more frequently. In fact, you can expect Edge Beta to move to Chromium 80 right befo
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