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  1. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 21301.1010 and adds a known issue Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21301.1010 to Insiders on the Dev channel. It's a cumulative update for build 21301.1000, and once again, it's only to test out the servicing pipeline, meaning that there are no new features. These servicing pipeline updates aren't uncommon at all, but they seem to be particularly common lately. There are no new features, but that doesn't mean that nothing has changed. For example, an update released a couple of weeks ago brok
  2. Microsoft releases new Office Build 13721.20008(Beta Channel) for Windows users Microsoft today released a new Office Insider Preview Build 13721.20008 for Windows users registered in the Beta Channel. The new Insider Preview build brings no new features, but you get fixes for a number of bugs found in Excel, Outlook, Project. You can read the full official changelog below. Changelog Excel Notable fixes We fixed a problem where Excel would unexpectedly quit when you added a Name in the Define Name dialog. Outlook Notable fixes
  3. Microsoft releases Windows Server Insider Preview build 20285 While Windows 10 is getting builds in the new rs_prerelease branch preparing for an update in the second half of the year, Windows Server has been getting updates in the fe_release branch, such as last week's build 20282. You may have thought that was the RTM build in that branch, but that's not the case, as Microsoft has now released build 20285. On Windows 10, builds from the fe_release were temporarily served to Insiders, but there was nothing new and the program has shifted over to
  4. Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21292.1010 Earlier this week, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21292 to the Dev channel. It contained mostly fixes for the news and interests feature that appeared the week before, which basically puts a news feed in the taskbar. Now, we're getting a cumulative update for the build, bringing the build number to 21292.1010. According to Microsoft, there's nothing new in the update. The company does this periodically, but it's just meant to test out the servicing pipeline. Micros
  5. Microsoft releases Windows Server Insider Preview build 20282 Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows Server Insider Preview build 20282. There's no blog post to announce it just yet, but it's safe to assume that there's nothing new. This is more likely the RTM build for the fe_release branch. Microsoft was releasing Iron builds to Windows 10 Insiders all through December, and build 20279 was originally planned to be the RTM build. As it seems, some bugs have been found and Microsoft had to put out a couple more builds. The confusing part is that there isn't
  6. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 21292 with news and interests fixes It's Wednesday, and that means that it's time for a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build. This time it's build 21292, and there isn't much that's new. The improvements focus on the news and interests feature that showed up in last week's build 21286. Other than that, there's really nothing that's new this week. The feature adds a news feed to your taskbar, and mostly, it's getting fixes this week. Microsoft also talked a bit about how weather works. Here's the full changelog: Im
  7. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 21286, putting everyone in the Dev channel on prerelease Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21286 to the Dev channel. It's the first new build in three weeks, thanks to the holiday season. It's the first rs_prerelease build in four weeks though, and it's the first that's for everyone. For a while, Microsoft was releasing builds from the meaningless fe_release branch, and then in mid-December, the firm gave Insiders a choice between fe_release and rs_prerelease. Now, this rs_prerelease build is for everyone on
  8. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20279 to make sure it can release builds In a rare Monday release, Microsoft flighted Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20279 to the Dev channel. According to the blog post, there's nothing new in this build; the team just wanted to "test our ability to quickly follow-up a flight with another flight." That's right; the official reason for this build's existence is because Microsoft just wanted to make sure that it can still ship Windows 10 Insider Preview builds, like it does at least once a week. But of course,
  9. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19042.662 to Insiders Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19042.662 to the Beta and Release Preview channels. All this means is that it's a preview for this month's optional cumulative update, which should ship within a few days for those on Windows 10 versions 20H2 or 2004. The Redmond firm did say just a week ago that it's not going to be releasing any optional cumulative updates in December, thanks to the holiday season. But November isn't over yet, as we've seen by optional updates
  10. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20257, once again with fixes It's Wednesday, and that means that it's time for a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build in the Dev channel. Today's build is build 20257, and just like the last couple of weeks, there's really nothing interesting about it. The reason that there's nothing interesting is because it's from the fe_release branch. Microsoft started using the branch two weeks ago, switching away from rs_prerelease. This used to mean that Microsoft was preparing for an actual feature release of the OS, but
  11. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 20251 with more fixes Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20251 to the Dev channel. Unsurprisingly, there's nothing new in the build. It's not surprising because with last week's build, Microsoft moved the Dev channel from the rs_prerelease branch to the fe_release branch, and like all 'release' branches, there aren't any new features that arrive. The 'release' branches used to be reserved for updates that are about to ship. It meant that a feature update was feature-complete, and we were
  12. Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview build 20246.1 from the fe_release branch Microsoft took the day off from releasing a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build on Wednesday, but the time has come. Today, it released build 20246.1 to the Dev channel. This build actually comes from the fe_release branch, which means that we won't see any new features for a little while. In fact, some features were removed, such as the "updated emoji picker, redesigned touch keyboard, voice typing, theme-aware splash screens", and more. Naturally, this is a d
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    UUP dump downloader v1.0.1 Description: A project aiming to create foolproof application allowing easy creation of Windows installation images from Unified Update Platform. This application uses UUP dump API project as it's backend to generate required links. Communication with API is done by using internal PHP webserver. If you want to browse temporary working directory created by this application press ALT + D while in main window. Homepage: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader Download: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader/uploads/78c0
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    UUP dump downloader v1.2.1 Description: A project aiming to create foolproof application allowing easy creation of Windows installation images from Unified Update Platform. This application uses UUP dump API project as it's backend to generate required links. Communication with API is done by using internal PHP webserver. If you want to browse temporary working directory created by this application press ALT + D while in main window. Homepage: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader Download: uupdownloader_1.2.1.exe Changes: -
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    UUP dump downloader v1.2.0

    UUP dump downloader v1.2.0 Description: A project aiming to create foolproof application allowing easy creation of Windows installation images from Unified Update Platform. This application uses UUP dump API project as it's backend to generate required links. Communication with API is done by using internal PHP webserver. If you want to browse temporary working directory created by this application press ALT + D while in main window. Homepage: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader Download: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader/uploads/5ffa
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    UUP dump downloader v1.2.2

    UUP dump downloader v1.2.2 Description: A project aiming to create foolproof application allowing easy creation of Windows installation images from Unified Update Platform. This application uses UUP dump API project as it's backend to generate required links. Communication with API is done by using internal PHP webserver. If you want to browse temporary working directory created by this application press ALT + D while in main window. Homepage: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader Download: uupdownloader_1.2.2.exe Changes: -
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    UUP dump downloader v1.1.0

    UUP dump downloader v1.1.0 Description: A project aiming to create foolproof application allowing easy creation of Windows installation images from Unified Update Platform. This application uses UUP dump API project as it's backend to generate required links. Communication with API is done by using internal PHP webserver. If you want to browse temporary working directory created by this application press ALT + D while in main window. Homepage: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader Download: https://gitlab.com/uup-dump/downloader/uploads/01e0
  18. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19608 to the Fast ring with default apps improvements Today, Microsoft released this week's Windows 10 Insider Preview build to the Fast ring, bringing the build number to 19608. As usual, there isn't much in the way of new features. In fact, there's only one. Microsoft is promising to make it easier for you to select default apps in Settings. Now, you'll be able to search the list by file types, protocols, and apps. Here's the changelog: Improving your default apps experience Over the yea
  19. It's been three weeks since Microsoft released Windows Server Insider Preview build 19008, so we're due for a new one. Today's build is number 19023, coinciding with the build number for the Windows 10 client build that was released last Tuesday. As usual, Microsoft has released the build, but it hasn't published a blog post to say what's new. It's unclear why the company is unable to publish blog posts at the same time as the build itself, but it's safe to say that it will announce something later on today. In the meantime, you can probably assume that there isn't anyt
  20. Microsoft releases its first Windows Server post-2004 Insider Preview It's been about a month and a half since we saw a new Windows Server Insider Preview build, and that was build 19035. Today, Microsoft released build 19551, and the significance here is that this is the first post-2004 build, meaning the first preview of the next version of the OS. Interestingly, the actual RTM build of Windows 10 version 2004 is 19041, and that's going to be serviced for the next few months. Windows Server Insiders aren't going to see those previews. On the Ser
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