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Hello Windows Insiders, today we are releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21277 (RS_PRERELEASE) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel. As mentioned here, we are giving Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel the option to receive builds from the RS_PRERELEASE branch. These builds will be offered as an optional update through the “seeker” experience in Windows Update. This means Insiders will have to go and choose to install the currently offered RS_PRERELEASE build. Once they do, they will continue to receive RS_PRERELEASE builds going forward. This optional experience fo
Sylence posted a topic in Software NewsToday, we’re releasing the first preview of x64 emulation for ARM64 devices to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel starting with the Build 21277. It can be installed on Windows 10 on ARM PCs by following the instructions as explained in this blog post. When we first launched Windows 10 on ARM in late 2017, the long tail of apps customers needed were dominated by 32-bit-only x86 applications, so we focused our efforts on building an x86 emulator that could run the broad ecosystem of Windows apps seamlessly and transparently. Over time, the ecosystem has moved more toward 64-b
Microsoft launches Hub for all Insider Programs Microsoft's Insider program is a success and it should not come as a surprise that the company launched Insider programs for many of its core products in recent years. It all began with the introduction of the Windows 10 Insider Program. Organizations, administrators, and interested users could join the program to test pre-release versions of the operating system. Microsoft killed two birds with one stone with the introduction; it opened up development to the public, at least to a degree, and got its han
zanderthunder posted a topic in Software NewsIt's been a few weeks since Microsoft last released a new build of Windows Server to Insiders, but today, build 19035 is available to download. As usual, the build number aligns with the first Windows 10 build released in the Fast ring last week, though releases have been so frequent there that there's already a newer build available. Also as usual, there's no blog post for this build yet, so there's no information on what's new in this release. If Windows 10 development is anything to go by, though, it's likely that there are only fixes and minor improvements here, since the next