A couple of notable new developments in the wide world of Windows. With the 19H1 Bug Bash underway, Microsoft has also pushed out Windows 10 build 18323 on what is a fine Thursday evening. Interestingly, today’s build also marks the version number as 1903. To the surprising of no one. What this means is that the RTM...

Looks like Microsoft has a few design changes in store for the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar app, with the company now testing out some improvements to the user interface. The company may be focused on the fresh new light theme that will arrive with the forthcoming 19H1 release of the operating system, but that does...

The Windows 10 Start Menu has not really evolved much beyond simple touchups and design improvements here and there. Not bad, even though new features would be more than welcome. But while we wait for new options like dynamic tiles and whatnot, smaller refinements will make do. Windows 10 19H1, the upcoming version of...

Time for a new concept, one that hopefully the engineers at Microsoft keep an eye on. It imagines the Windows 10 volume flyout, modernizing this regularly used part of the operating system. As the recent 19H1 builds maker clear, Redmond seems to focused on major new features for its OS. That said, the company would do...

Let there be light! Or, well, you know, a blinding light theme in Windows 10. Microsoft has listened to the public demand in Windows 10 build 18282 by baking in a true light theme in the OS. Complete with a shiny new wallpaper to go with it! Today is Wednesday, and that brought us another Windows 10 19H1 preview build...