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  1. Office app for iOS adds the ability to merge PDFs and more for Insiders Office Insiders on iOS are getting a handful of new capabilities for the unified Office app as well as PowerPoint with the latest updates to the apps, which bring them to version 2.49. The unified Office mobile app has the most news, starting with the ability to merge multiple PDF files, either those stored on your phone or in the cloud. You can merge PDFs from the Actions menu, from the Most Recently Used list through the triple-dot button, or by selecting Merge from the menu while a PDF file i
  2. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19042.906, 19043.906 to Insiders Today, Microsoft is releasing a few cumulative update previews for Windows Insiders on the Beta and Release Preview channels. Or more specifically, it's just one cumulative update that applies to two versions of Windows 10. The cumulative update that's rolling out is KB5000842, which brings the build number to 19042.906 and 19043.906 on the Release Preview and Beta channels, respectively. Since it's a preview of this month's C/D week updates, it includes a ton of fixes. Here's the lis
  3. Microsoft releases Windows 10 version 21H1 ISOs to Insiders If you've been waiting to test out Windows 10 version 21H1 previews but were waiting until you can do a clean installation, today is your day. Microsoft released ISOs of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19043 today, as that's the build that's in the Beta channel. But even to call this a "preview" of Windows 10 version 21H1 is a stretch. The feature update itself is an enablement package, which is this tiny file that bumps up the build number by one and lights up some features. The features themselv
  4. Microsoft Edge is getting a new Extensions menu in the toolbar, now available for Insiders Microsoft recently introduced a bunch of changes to the Edge browser that were aimed at improving the usability of the offering. These include the revamped favorites and history menus, a streamlined downloads UI, and more recently, the enhancements to Collections. Today, the firm announced another change coming to select Dev and Canary channel users, and this time, it relates to extensions. Users that tend to use multiple extensions might have a cluttered t
  5. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19042.782 to Insiders Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 build 19042.782, a new cumulative update for Windows Insiders on the Beta and Release Preview channels. Of course, there are now three places to get cumulative update previews, these two rings and you can opt into previews through Windows Update; however, this update will come through that latter channel a bit later. At some point, we'll also get something new in the Beta ring that isn't just yet another cumulative update that's slated to arrive in pr
  6. Microsoft getting ready to test Fluent Design rounded corners with Windows 10 Insiders Microsoft is currently in the process of updating the Windows 10 UI as part of their ‘Sun Valley’ update, which is expected to hit PCs at the end of this year. The update will bring over a number of improvements from Windows 10X, including more rounded corners fro the currently very sharp Modern UI of Windows 10. WindowsLatest reports that Microsoft has started to roll out a flag called “RoundedWindowCornersPrototype” which
  7. Microsoft provides workaround for Windows 10 “We can’t sign into your account’ login issue Some Windows 10 Insiders on Build 20226 have reported not being able to log in to their user profile(s) as expected. Microsoft has now provided a work-around for help with the issue. It is only intended for build 20226 and will not apply to users on a different build. To bypass this issue, please complete the following steps: Note: the included steps assume your Windows installation is defaulted to the 😄 drive. If you have installed Windows on a dif
  8. Skype 8.65 brings "raise hand" and plenty of improvements to Insiders Microsoft has begun rolling out an update to the Skype Preview apps on all platforms, bringing the app to version 8.65. The company has shared the release notes for this version, and there's a surprisingly long list of additions this time around. In fairness, a couple of the new features listed here were also mentioned in Skype 8.64. For instance, improvements to sharing on iOS should make it easier to send files directly to Skype contacts, and you can now customize the reaction picker in
  9. Microsoft releases new Windows 10 October 2020 Update build to Insiders Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders on the Beta and Release Preview channels today, and it brings the build number up to 19042.541, up from the current 19042.508. As you'd expect at this point in development, there aren't any new features, but this build does include a ton of fixes to various aspects of the experience. Here's the full list: We have fixed the issue where WSL fails to start with an “Element not found” error. We added a
  10. Today, Microsoft is releasing a fixed version of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update to Windows Insiders for the critical deletion bug. In a blog post, Microsoft's John Cable, Director of Program Management, Windows Servicing and Delivery confirmed that the bug that caused the removal of files on the certain system has been addressed and Windows 10 October 2018 Update is once again available to the Insiders. Microsoft says that they have analyzed all reports of data loss and conducted an internal investigation to find out the cause of the files removal. According to Micr
  11. Microsoft's new Edge browser is now rolling out to Release Preview Windows Insiders On January 15, Microsoft officially released the new version of the Edge browser, based on the open-source Chromium project. On that day, the company also announced its plans to make the roll out the new browser automatically to Windows 10 users. Now, the first phase of this gradual rollout is underway, as Microsoft has announced that the new Edge browser is now starting to roll out to Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring. The rollout will continue to expand to every
  12. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19569 to the Fast ring with new icons Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19569 to the Fast ring today. Normally, new builds arrive on Tuesday or Wednesday, but things were delayed by a day due to the Presidents Day holiday in the United States. There aren't any new features in the build itself, but there are some new icons. Those were spotted earlier today though, so anyone in the Fast ring is getting them, even if you're not on build 19569. Microsoft announced the new Fluent Des
  13. Windows 10's colorful app icons are finally showing up for Insiders For months, dedicated fans have been discovering new icons for the built-in Windows 10 apps, but they actually haven't been available yet. The only time most of them have really been available to the public is if you installed the Windows 10X emulator, but now, they're making their way to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. First spotted by Aggiornamenti Lumia, the apps getting the new icons include Mail and Calendar, Calculator, Groove Music, Movies & TV, Alarms & Clock, and Voice Re
  14. Microsoft releases ISOs for Windows 10 20H1 RTM build to Insiders Even though the RTM build for Windows 10 20H1, or version 2004, was released back in December, it's still not going to ship until the spring. Between when that build was released and when it ships to the public, there will be several cumulative updates, with the idea that it when it's generally available, it should be as stable as a feature update that's been serviced for a few months. If you were waiting for ISO images of the RTM build to install it, the time is now. Microsoft rele
  15. Microsoft might release the first 21H1 build to Insiders next week Last month, Microsoft started rolling out Windows 10 May 2020 Update to all the users. While the update is still in the process of rolling out to the users, Microsoft might be planning to go ahead and start seeding the next major update to Windows Insiders. According to Aggiornamenti Lumia, Microsoft is currently testing Build 20141 for both Windows 10 and Windows 10x. This suggests that the company might go ahead and roll it out to the Windows 10 users next week. Previous rumours have
  16. Hello Windows Insiders, today we’re releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19559.1000 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. If you want a complete look at what build is in which Insider ring, head over to Flight Hub. You can also check out the rest of our documentation here, including a list of new features and updates. Not seeing any of the features in this build? Check your Windows Insider Settings to make sure you’re on the Fast ring. Submit feedback here to let us know if things weren’t working the way you expected. General changes, improvements, and
  17. Edge's Password Monitor feature begins rolling out to Insiders Back in March, Microsoft announced a bunch of features coming to its Edge browser, including vertical tabs, Collections for the mobile client, and more. Another feature was Password Monitor, a nifty tool in the browser that scans users’ saved passwords against a database of “known breached credentials” to ascertain if the passwords face the risk of being compromised. Now, the company has announced (spotted by Techdows) that the tool is rolling out to users running Insider builds of the Edge browse
  18. Your Phone update for Insiders brings notification banner customization Microsoft’s Your Phone app has been receiving a few new features recently – at least for Insiders – in the form of support for multiple devices, the ability to control the phone’s media playback from the app, and more. The Redmond giant is also bringing the ability to run mobile apps on the PC, albeit only for select Samsung devices thanks to an expanded partnership with the South Korean firm. Now, another small but nifty addition making it to Windows Insiders is the option to
  19. Windows Admin Center Preview 1910.2 is now available - here's what's new Following last year's release of Windows Admin Center version 1910, Microsoft today released a new preview build of Windows Admin Center for Windows Insiders. The new preview comes with version number 1910.2, so it's not a major update, but it still includes a handful of improvements. The release includes some new menu shortcuts in the Services and Files tools, in addition to a few other additions: Cut, copy, and paste in the Files tool When you select a folder or
  20. Win10 improvements in the last five years, based on Insider feedback The Windows Insider team just posted a fascinating list: As Windows Insiders your feedback has helped drive many changes over the years. From small fixes to big features, you’ve been a key part of helping us evolve Windows. In honor of our fifth anniversary year, we’re taking a moment to look back at some of our favorites. Here are the top picks: Emoji, kaomoji & symbols. Meh. OneDrive Files On-Demand. That was a Windows 8.1 feature, dropped in the first incarnation of Win10. Cursor
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