Microsoft has a habit of launching a star build during each development cycle. And this may well be it. Windows 10 build 18305 is heavy on new features, so much so that it is overflowing. Which is good, as development usually winds down in January and February, with focus shifting to bug fixing and optimizations. For...

Target in sight! The Windows 10 19H1 train chugs along, with a new preview version hitting the Fast ring. We get a few new emojis, but for the most part, build 18277 is all about minor improvements. Which is fine, which is mighty fine. As Microsoft outlined in the announcement post, there are small enhancements to...

Microsoft has officially kicked off the next major feature update for its operating system. And that it did by releasing the first Windows 10 Redstone 6 build, which is now available for download. Also known by its codename, 19H1, of course. Redmond was laying the groundwork for this launch these past few days, and it...

Microsoft has released another build before heading off for Thanksgiving weekend, with Windows 10 build 17046 making its way to the Fast ring for Windows Insiders. This is another build from the Redstone 4 development branch, and provides us with a glimpse of features that will be part of the next update to the...

Depending on who you ask, the new Emoji Panel is the best new addition in Windows 10. Microsoft has finally baked in a dedicated panel for these emoticons in the Fall Creators Update. Which you can use to insert emojis and smileys anywhere and everywhere your heart desires. Documents, comments, social statuses — you...

One. But we’ll take it. Microsoft has released a new preview build of Windows 10 Mobile, that being build 15240. And it comes with the usual splattering of improvements and bug fixes, along with an odd feature or two. Dona Sarkar, the head of the Windows Insider Program, revealed the rather disappointing news that the...