Tag: Windows Insider

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Microsoft splits Beta Channel into two tester groups

Microsoft splits Beta Channel into two tester groups

Microsoft is shaking up its Beta Channel. Windows Insiders are split into two new groups. One of the groups receives new features that are turned off by default. The other group receives new features that are turned on by default. Prior to the split, all features were turned on by default. The ... Read more

date3 months ago
The new 21H2 and 21H1 previews for Windows 10 are here

The new 21H2 and 21H1 previews for Windows 10 are here

Microsoft has released Windows 10 previews for version 21H1 and version 21H2. The releases come ahead of September's Patch Tuesday security update. The new Windows 10 21H2 preview (generally available this October) has no surprises but will deliver features. The features will include GPU support... Read more

date1 year ago
Microsoft changes Windows Insider program

Microsoft changes Windows Insider program

Microsoft replaces the old Rings model for testing Windows previews with Windows Insider Channels. The Dev, Beta and Release Preview Channel each serve a different purpose. Previously, testers could try out new versions of the OS via Rings, but according to Microsoft, that model is outdated. The... Read more

date2 years ago
New Windows 10 preview adds recovery option from the cloud

New Windows 10 preview adds recovery option from the cloud

In the preview of Windows 10 20H1 - build 18970, Microsoft has added an option that makes it possible to reinstall the operating system via the cloud. In addition, there is a new desktop mode for tablet users. Some users of Surface devices can already download Windows to reset their PCs instead of h... Read more

date3 years ago
New Windows 10 Insider-build test function that replaces passwords

New Windows 10 Insider-build test function that replaces passwords

Microsoft has made Windows 10 Insider Build 18305 available. It's packed with new features that will be part of the next major feature update in the first half of 2019. Besides the introduction of the Windows Sandbox, which we wrote about yesterday, the new build also eliminates the use of a passwor... Read more

date4 years ago