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  1. Windows 10 20H1 finally gets a real name The name Windows 10 20H1 means Microsoft expects to release the next major version of Windows 10 sometime in the 1st Half of 2020. This is a rather imprecise date range, and now the latest Insider Build of Windows 10 20H1 has revealed a more precise target date for when Microsoft expects to release the OS update. Discovered by Tero Alhonen, it appears Microsoft has renamed the update to the Windows 10 May 2020 update. As part of the cleanup Microsoft also retrospectively renamed the April 2019 Update, which was released in M
  2. Windows 10 20H1 Update to introduce many changes to the Magnifier UI Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18932 (20H1) to the Insider in the Fast ring. The update came with many new features, fixes, and performance improvements. Of all the new features what remained unnoticed was the new Magnifier UI. The new UI now has support for the Light theme and most importantly, it’s transparent! It’s just the beginning and the Windows maker is working to further tweak the old Magnifier UI in the Windows 10 20H1 Update. A Microsoft software engineer,
  3. Windows 10 20H1 Update to bring a small improvement in Optional Feature management settings Windows 10 20H1 Update is expected to bring many new features, one of them being a redesigned start menu, on which users gave a mixed response — some liked and some didn’t. The 20H1 Update is also expected to get a lot of improvements alongside new features. One of the new improvements that the 20H1 will get is related to Optional Feature management, from where get to download multiple languages. With Windows 10 20H1, in Optional Feature management Settings, you’ll be able to sort &
  4. Sideloading apps in Windows 10 20H1 will be hassle-free Microsoft’s Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18956 came with a lot of new features, but it seems some of them weren’t listed in the official Changelog. One of the features that Microsoft forgot to mention in the changelog is that with Windows 10 Build 18956 installed you will be able to sideload apps without having to choose the “Sideload apps” option in the Developer settings. The company has removed ‘Microsoft Store apps’ and ‘Sideload apps’ options from Developers settings in the 20H1 Build 18956. You can now either ena
  5. DTS immersive audio is available on Windows 10 20H1 Support for DTS:X was just added to Windows 10 for Insiders, as promised by Microsoft back in January. DTS:X is an object-based audio codec, which aims to create a multi-dimensional sound that “moves around you like it would in real life”. The DTS Sound Unbound app is now available for download on Windows 10 20H1 devices. The app cannot be installed if you have the Windows 10 May 2019 update or older, but Microsoft says that the feature will reach everyone once it’s more stable.
  6. Windows 10 20H1 Insider Preview Build 18950 released to Insiders in the Fast Ring with Snip and Sketch improvement, and more Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18950 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. What’s new Japanese IME Improvements Thank you everyone who’s shared feedback so far about the new Japanese IME. The development team has been working on improving the quality based on your feedback. Here are some improvements that you can try out in this build: Prediction Candidate window key navigation: We fixed an issue where
  7. Windows 10 20H1 has a lot of changes in store for the operating system The big things we know will change and how (Image credit: TechRadar) Windows 10 updates keep coming whether you install them or not. They generally bring a whole host of bug fixes and new features, but they've also been known to come with their own share of issues. While we don't know what possible problems next year's Windows 10 Version 20H1 will introduce, we've got some details on the new features coming. Builds of Version 20H1 have been ava
  8. Today Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18970 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. Insiders will also see a Cumulative Update Build 18970.1005 (KB4518974) offered at the same time as well. Microsoft is testing their ability to service a build at the same time it is released. The result for Insiders should be that they are on Build 18970.1005 after completing these updates. What’s new in Build 18970 INTRODUCING A NEW TABLET EXPERIENCE FOR 2-IN-1 CONVERTIBLE PCS Microsoft are beginning to roll out a new tablet experience for 2-in-1 conver
  9. New Start menu on Windows 10 20H1 should look like this While many of us don’t want a Live Tile-less Windows 10 experience, Microsoft has decided to move on from almost a decade old UI to pave the way for a new Start menu experience. From what we have seen so far, the Live Tile-alternative in leaked Build 18947 isn’t promising and frankly, it’s not a worthy competitor. Windows 10 users voiced a similar opinion and rejected the alternative outright. Notably, Steven Sinofsky who was also the brain behind the Windows 8 UI didn’t like the new design that is expected to replace the
  10. Windows 10 20H1: All the changes so far 2020's first major Windows 10 feature update is now in development. Here's all the changes coming in that release, so far. Windows 10's next major feature update is currently in development. Codenamed '20H1', this upcoming release is currently in testing with Insiders, and is expected to ship sometimes in the spring of 2020. This update focuses primarily on under the hood platform work to improve OS stability and performance. We've had several Insider Preview builds of 20H1 now, so it's tim
  11. Upcoming Windows 10 20H1 Builds will offer more customization in the Notification Settings Microsoft recently released its first major Windows 10 update for this year with many new features and improvements. Likewise, the upcoming Windows 10 20H1 Update, which as per Microsoft’s naming convention should be called the Windows 10 October 2019 Update, will offer many new features and as well as lots of improvements. Although not much is known about the upcoming features, one of the things Microsoft is considering doing in the 20H1 update is making some improvements in the N
  12. Microsoft Could Remove Windows Ink Workspace in Windows 10 20H1 Windows 10 April 2020 Update, also known as 20H1, is slowly but surely becoming the update to wait for, especially as the release planned for the fall of 2019 is likely to land as a little more than a service pack. In addition to lots of improvements and new features, it looks like Windows 10 20H1 could also introduce a series of other changes, as per a report from German site WindowsArea. Specifically, Microsoft could discontinue Windows Ink Workspace in this update, as the company would tr
  13. Windows Update Will Let Windows 10 Users Set Bandwidth Limits in Absolute Values With Windows 10 19H2 still nowhere to be seen despite the fact that it should be finalized in some three months, all Microsoft’s focus appears to be on the spring 2020 feature update. And while improvements in the existing preview builds are nothing major at this point since we’re so far from the expected release date, it looks like Microsoft is already paving the way for some very handy refinements. One of them concerns Windows Update. As you probably know alread
  14. Here's what's fixed, improved, and still broken in Windows 10 build 20150 It's Wednesday, and that means Microsoft has released another weekly build of Windows 10 to Insiders in the Dev channel, but this time, it's a little more exciting. This week we're getting build 20150, a significant number jump from the past few builds. This is because this build is part of the 21H1 update for Windows 10, coming early next year, even though technically, Fast ring builds aren't tied to a specific Windows 10 release. Jumping to a new development branch means there's fina
  15. Microsoft releases ISOs for first Windows 10 Iron build Today, Microsoft released the first Windows 10 Insider Preview from the Iron development branch, finally moving away from the meaningless mn_release branch. It doesn't contain any crazy new features, but there are a few new things for the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Interestingly, the company also released some new ISOs, so if you want to do a clean installation, you can do that. As usual, your selection includes Windows 10, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Windows 10 Home China.
  16. Microsoft restores Optional Updates listing in Windows 10 version 20H1 Microsoft plans to restore optional updates listings in the next major feature update of Windows 10 that the company plans to release in May 2020. The company removed the practical optional update listings that it provided in previous versions of its Windows operating system when it released Windows 10. The company did release a Troubleshooter to display optional updates but it appears to be no longer available. Third-party tools like Windows Update MiniTool came to the rescue. Th
  17. Microsoft release Windows 10 20H1 Insider Preview Build 18990 to the Fast Ring (changelog) Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18990 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. What’s new in Build 18990 Enabling automatic restart for UWP apps Last month, Microsoft introduced a new separate setting to control if registered desktop apps from your previous sign-in session are restarted when signing back in to Windows. In the latest Insider Preview builds, in addition to registered desktop apps, when you opt into this setting, the majority of ope
  18. Windows 10 20H1 users will no longer be able to delete files in the Downloads folder using Disk Cleanup tool Windows 10’s Disk Cleanup is one of the essential tools that help users delete all the unnecessary folders and files that some time eats up a huge amount of storage space. Alternatively, users can also perform a similar function by using Storage sense that’s built into the Settings app in Windows 10. While to be able to delete unnecessary files from the system by using Disk cleanup or Storage sense is simple and easy, you need to be very cautious while
  19. Windows 10 20H1 release date, news and features The first major Windows 10 update of 2020 (Image credit: TechRadar) Windows 10 20H1 is the first major Windows 10 update of 2020, and it should be coming soon, promising to bring loads of new features to Microsoft's popular operating system. We still don't have an exact date for Windows 10 20H1, also known as Windows 10 version 2004, but we've already got some details on the new features coming. Builds of Windows 10 20H1 have been available to Fast Ring
  20. Cortana gets a significant update for Windows 10 20H1 PCs Microsoft has been slowly cutting back on the features supported by their voice assistant, Cortana, including removing its integration from Android handsets and taking away support for basic features such as setting timers. It seems the company has now started the phase of building it back up again, with ALumia reporting that Microsoft has released a significant update for Cortana Beta, taking it to version 2.1912.18729.0, which introduces a number of new features.
  21. Microsoft to make it easier to install driver updates in Windows 10 20H1 Microsoft is planning to make it easier to find and install optional updates in Windows 10. Optional Updates including drivers, feature updates, and monthly non-security quality updates. Introduced in Windows 10 Insider Build 19536, the item on the Windows Updates page would mean Windows 10 users would no longer need to browse Device Manager for a specific device to update. Windows Update will still automatically keep your drivers up to date, but if you’re having a prob
  22. Windows 10 20H1 will allow users to monitor GPU temperature with ease After the release of Windows 10 November Update last month, Microsoft went back to work on 20H1 which is scheduled to release in the spring of 2020. Since Microsoft made it clear that November update would be an incremental update, Windows 10 users have high hopes from 20H1 as it’s slated to bring a plethora of new features. While we expect to see some major feature additions to the OS, Microsoft is also working on small but important changes. One of those is the ability to monitor GPU temperatur
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