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  1. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20161 to the Dev channel with a bunch of new features Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20161 to the Dev channel. As usual, the build comes from the Iron development branch, even though the build isn't meant to be tied to a specific release. It's Iron, but it's not 21H1, if that makes sense. It will be 21H1 when Microsoft starts servicing it in the Beta channel. For once, this build has a bunch of new features. For one thing, it has theme-aware tiles in the Start menu, along with the abil
  2. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20211.1005 to the Dev channel with no changes Just yesterday, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20211 to the Dev channel with a couple of new features. It offers access to Linux files in WSL, and you can now search file extensions in the Default Apps page in Settings. Today, those on build 20211 are going to get KB4581021, bringing the build number to 20211.1005. There isn't anything that's new, or at least anything that Microsoft is telling us. According to the blog post, this cumulative updat
  3. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20211 to the Dev channel with WSL file system access Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20211, the newest preview from the development branch, to the Dev channel. As usual, there's not a whole lot that's new. In fact, there are two key new features in this build. One is that there is search on the Default Apps page in Settings now, so you can just go and search for a file extension to find it. The other is that you can access Linux file systems in WSL. Here's the full changelog:
  4. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20180 to the Dev channel - here's what's new It's Wednesday, and that means that it's time for a new Windows Insider Preview in the Dev channel. Today's build is number 20180, and there really isn't much that's new. It's a bit surprising, because at this point, there isn't a whole lot coming in the Dev branch at all. Just last week, Microsoft released a new Windows 10 20H2 build, which brought over a whole bunch of features that were previously exclusive to the Dev channel. These include the refreshed Start Menu
  5. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20175 to the Dev channel Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20175 to the Dev channel. There are a couple of new features in this build, but one notable change is that this one is supported for AMD-powered PCs, whereas build 20170 wasn't. This is notable because anyone on build 20161 or earlier are subject to their build expiring on July 31. In other words, if you have an AMD processor, you'll want to grab this build. As for the new features, one of them is quick access to pinned sites
  6. Microsoft releases Edge Dev build 86.0.622.3 as the final Edge 86 build It's that time of the week again. If the Dev channel is your preferred flavor of Microsoft Edge, an update is on its way to you. This time its build 86.0.622.3, and what makes this one interesting is that it's the final Edge 86 build in the Dev channel. Microsoft says that there may be some bug fixes, but aside from that, we should see Edge 87 starting next week. Also, that means that Edge 86 is on its way to the Beta channel soon. Since Edge 85 hit the Stable channel last wee
  7. Windows 10 build 20197 is now available with a new disk manager Microsoft missed its usual Wednesday schedule for this week's build of Windows 10 due to a breaking bug, but the company isn't falling completely behind. As a weekend gift, Microsoft is rolling out build 20197 to Insiders in the Dev channel today. This build is a minor one in terms of new features, but it continues the work of bringing more elements that used to be found in the Control Panel into the Settings app. With build 20197, you'll be able to find Disk Management is Settings too.
  8. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20201 to the Dev channel Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 build 20201 to the Dev channel. The way the Dev channel works is that it's in a perpetual state of rs_prerelease, so it's never tied to a specific feature update. In fact, being that this is from the Iron development branch, one would have expected that these features would show up in 21H1, but now it seems that that might not be the case with 21H1 potentially canceled. As for this build, there's nothing new. It's just a list of fixes, improvement
  9. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20206 to the Dev channel with keyboard improvements It's Wednesday, and that means that it's time for yet another Windows 10 Insider Preview build in the Dev channel. Today's build is build 20206, and as usual, there's nothing in it that's terrible exciting, just like last week's build of only fixes. There are a few minor new features though, mostly having to do with input. As usual for Dev channel builds, it's from the rs_prerelease branch, which is supposed to be the branch that the Dev channel perpetually pul
  10. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20185 to the Dev channel - here's what's new Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20185 to the Dev channel, as is typical for Wednesdays. As usual, there's nothing new and exciting in the build. It's just a few minor changes, such as better DNS configuration in Settings, and ADMX Backed Policies in MDM. Here's the full changelog: Improving DNS configuration in Settings We’re making a few changes to the Network section in Settings: Making DNS
  11. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20190 to the Dev channel Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20190 to the Dev channel today. It's no surprise, as new builds typically arrive on Wednesdays at 10am Pacific, although that can vary if there are any issues. As usual, there's not a lot that's new in build 20190. The firm is changing the post-update experience, and it's going to start launching the Tips app in order to show you what's new. It's similar to how apps have pop-ups showing new features after they're updated. There are also
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