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  1. 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
  2. Windows Terminal to gain Settings UI in the next version Microsoft released Windows Terminal in 2019 replacing the default Windows Console that PowerShell and CMD use by default. The new terminal program contains many features that command-line users have been asking for years like tabs, profiles, and modern text rendering. Although the JSON based settings allow users to customize the app, many users have asked for a GUI page (Graphic User Interface) for the settings menu because editing JSON, while flexible, is very hard. Today, a program manager
  3. Microsoft releases Windows 10 builds 18363.1350, 17763.1728 - here's what's new After taking December off from releasing optional Windows 10 cumulative updates, Microsoft is back. Today, the team is releasing its preview updates for Windows 10 versions 1909 and 1809. There was also one released for version 20H2, but that's just for Windows Insiders right now. If you're on Windows 10 version 1909, you're going to get KB4598298, bringing the build number to 18363.1350. Normally, this update would be for version 1903 as well, but that version is unsup
  4. Microsoft reportedly set to preview Windows 10 21H1 as build 19043 Microsoft has been pretty quiet about what's going on with its next feature update. We already know that Windows 10X has RTMed, and it's going to be serviced until its spring release. We also know that because of the Windows 10X timing, Microsoft is breaking from tradition on its Windows 10 updates, and that the next major update will be in the fall instead of the spring. What's still up in the air is if there's going to be a spring update or not. If there is, Microsoft certainly h
  5. Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 21296 to the Dev channel with fixes Today, Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21296. It's available in the Dev channel a day later than usual, although that's probably since everything was pushed back a day due to the holiday on Monday. Unfortunately, there are no new features this time around though. This build is all about minor changes, improvements, and fixes. Here's what's listed under changes and improvements: We’re starting to roll out an update our converged clipboar
  6. Here’s how to enable the Windows 10X ‘Sun Valley’ boot animation on Windows 10 Microsoft has been porting the chrome of Windows 10X to Windows 10 over the last few months, as part of their ‘Sun Valley’ update. This means there are many bits of Windows 10X in the latest Windows 10 Insider builds, including it turns out the new boot animation, which replaces the swirling dots with a solid line. Windows hacker NTDEV has managed to uncover the registry key which unlocks the animation on build 20279 and 21292.
  7. 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
  8. Windows 10 bug crashes your PC when you access this location A bug in Windows 10 causes the operating system to crash with a Blue Screen of Death simply by opening a certain path in a browser's address bar or using other Windows commands. Last week, BleepingComputer learned of two bugs disclosed on Twitter by a Windows security researcher that can be abused by attackers in various attacks. The first bug allows an unprivileged user or program to enter a single command that causes an NTFS volume to become marked as corrupted. While chkdsk resolved
  9. 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
  10. Windows 10 build 21292.1010 breaks x64 emulation on ARM PCs As of mid-December, Windows Insiders with ARM64 PCs were able to run x64 apps in emulation, opening up the PCs to the rest of the Windows ecosystem. Yesterday, however, the team released a cumulative update for the latest Dev channel build, and as it turns out, the update breaks the feature, so you might want to skip it. The update in question is KB4601937, and the blog post has been updated to day, "After installing Build 21292.1010 (KB4601937), x64 emulation on ARM PCs will not work. Th
  11. I IN NO WAY TAKE ANY CREDIT FOR THIS IT WAS TAKEN FROM MDL FORUM AND SOME POSTS BY MEMBERS ON THIS FORUM! Manual: Tools: Microsoft Telemetry Tools Bundle v2.26 Windows 10 Lite v9 Private WinTen v0.84 Blackbird v6 v1.0.80.2 [Works with Win 7/8/8/1/10] O&O ShutUp10 v1.8.1415.283 WPD - Windows Privacy Dashboard v1.4.1765
  12. In latest update, the Windows 10 Your Phone app brings signal strength indicators to Insiders Microsoft has added another feature to the Your Phone app for Windows 10 Insiders. The latest new feature is the ability to view your phone WIFI and Network signal strength, along with battery charge status. The feature was leaked more than a year ago, but then was only available to those who hacked the app for hidden features. The feature is currently available for Windows 10 I
  13. New report details the possible changes coming with Windows 10's Sun Valley update Microsoft is said to be working on a major overhaul for Windows 10 due for release in the second half of this year. A recent job listing was also spotted that hinted at a “sweeping visual rejuvenation of Windows”, providing credence to reports about the revamp. While glimpses of what the upcoming designs might look like were provided by the updated Alarms & Clock app and the latest News and interests section in the Insider builds, that’s all there is to work with, currently.
  14. 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
  15. Microsoft release Sysmon 13 for Windows 10 with malware process tampering detection Microsoft has released a new version of the Windows 10 Sysinternals tool Sysmon, which now features the ability to detect when hackers inject malicious code into a legitimate Windows process to bypass security measures. Sysmon 13, which lets you monitor the activity of Windows 10 processes, can now detect process hollowing or process herpaderping techniques which would normally not be visible in Task Manager. Process hollowing is when malware launches a legitimate proc
  16. Microsoft releases Windows 10 builds 19042.746, 18363.1316 - here's what's new Today is the second Tuesday of the month, and you know what that means. It's Patch Tuesday, so as long as you're on a supported version of Windows, you're getting an update today. And if you're not on a supported version, well, you should be. For consumers, that includes Windows 10 version 1909 and up, and if you're on something earlier, Windows Update should be trying to push you to something newer. If you're on Windows 10 version 20H2 or 2004, you're going to get KB4598242, bri
  17. Add Everything Search to the Windows Taskbar for even faster searches Everything Search is without doubt one of the fastest search tools that is available for the Windows operating system. It is a lot faster than the built-in Windows Search tool as it returns results nearly instantly, and supports lots of customization options to optimize searches. To name just a few features: in-content search options, support for complex queries, RegEx, Bookmarks, Folder indexing options, and support for custom searches. EverythingToolbar is an op
  18. Windows 10 Sun Valley: Everything you need to know The next update for Windows is codenamed '21H1' and it's likely to be a minor release with general bug fixes and improvements. However, Microsoft is believed to be working on a major Windows 10 update codenamed "Sun Valley" and "Windows 10++". Internal documents and job listing describe the Windows 10 feature upgrade as "reinvigorating" and "sweeping" revamp of the visual interface. This update is also known as 'version 21H2' and it's currently scheduled to arrive in the second half of the year.
  19. Update rolls out “Hey Cortana” wake word to more Windows 10 users Microsoft disabled “Hey, Cortana” wake word support in the Windows 10 May 2020 update, but in November confirmed it was coming back. In the end, this rolled out very slowly, but today HTNovo reports that in the recent update to the Cortana app, taking it to version 2.2011.11613.0, the feature is now much more widely available. To enable it you first have to select it in the Cortana app settings: This will then direct you to the Voice Activation settings in Windows 10, which w
  20. How to share a Windows 10 PC Need to share a Windows 10 PC among employees or temporary workers at the office, or with family members at home? No problem — here's how to do it. IDG In some offices, computers are shared between two or more employees or temporary workers. That sounds like a recipe for disaster, but Windows 10 has great tools for allowing multiple people to share a single PC without letting them read, edit, or delete each other’s files and folders; use or delete each other’s applications; or make system-wide customiza
  21. Microsoft reportedly replacing Windows 10's Mail and Calendar apps with something good Microsoft is building a new Outlook app for Windows 10 that's based on Outlook on the web, according to a new report from Windows Central's Zac Bowden. This is no surprise, of course, as the company all but said as much at its Ignite conference earlier last year, along with announcing its plans to unify Outlook across platforms. As it turns out, this new app is actually set to replace Mail and Calendar on Windows 10. That's probably good news, since there are al
  22. WSL distros can now run Linux commands on startup in Windows 10 Windows Insiders who install the latest build of Windows 10 are being treated to a powerful new option in WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) -- the ability to run Linux commands when a distro starts up. The new feature can be used to run things such as environment configuration scripts and more. This is an extremely versatile option that will be welcomed by power users, as well as anyone interested in taking their usage of Windows Subsystem for Linux to the next level. Introducing th
  23. 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
  24. Microsoft makes the Windows 10 File Recovery tool easier to use Microsoft released today a new simplified version of the Windows File Recovery tool to test on the latest Windows 10 Insider build. In June, we reported that Microsoft quietly released a new file recovery tool on the Microsoft Store called 'Windows File Recovery' (WinFR) that allows you to recover mistakenly deleted files from your hard drives, USB drives, and SD cards. "Accidentally deleted an important file? Wiped clean your hard drive? Unsure of what to do with corru
  25. Microsoft announces news and interests feature on the Windows taskbar Microsoft today announced a brand-new feature called “news and interests” for the Windows taskbar. With this new feature, you can get quick access to news and weather that updates throughout the day. Of course, you can personalize your feed with relevant content based on your interests. News and interests feature details: Staying up to date: Quickly glance at your news and interests directly from the taskbar. Get caught up on the latest headlines, weather, sports, and
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