Microsoft will push feature updates for Windows 10 once annually for the next four years, starting with today's update.
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Microsoft is getting ready to roll out to mainstream users its minor Windows 10 21H2 feature update. One of its expected features won't be part of the OS update when it goes live in November.
Microsoft is making previews of both Windows 10 21H2 and Windows 11 available to business customers for testing and validation ahead of their fall launches. Here's how to test these now.
The first Windows 10 21H2 test build is going to some Insiders in the Release Preview Channel. Here's what's in it now and what ultimately will be part of the second Windows 10 feature update coming this fall.
Microsoft took another step toward its planned goal of bridging the Win32-UWP app divide, with its 0.5 release of its 'Project Reunion' Windows 10 developer toolset.
Microsoft's Build 2021 event doesn't have a whole lot of Windows-specific news, but there are some tidbits of potential interest to Windows developers, especially those wanting to run Linux apps on Windows.
Microsoft is making it tougher for users who've looked to Long Term Servicing Updates as a way to avoid feature updates for Windows 10.
Microsoft is moving ahead with Build 19043.928 as the likely final build for Windows 10 21H1, which it is expected to start rolling out to mainstream users in May 2021.
Microsoft's annual developer conference will be a virtual event again.
Microsoft is taking another big step toward getting rid of Internet Explorer next year, but not every Windows variant still will be IE-free by 2022.