The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update was released late in 2017. It brought major updates like search photos using AI: With the help of AI, we’ve also introduced an easy way to search by person, place, or thing. Simply click on the search bar and images of people* from your collection appear, making it easy
On July 16, Microsoft announced it is starting to push 1903 out to 1803 users via Windows Update. For companies that manage their own update servers, this means planning for 1903 deployment on or before November 10/12, 2019.
Certain PCs — especially those with older Intel internal GPUs — may experience a black screen when using Windows 10’s built-in Remote Desktop (RDP) facility. This applies to PCs acting as RDP servers and those acting as RDP clients, according to MS.
Microsoft has changed the terms of its Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) agreement. In a single big blow, MPN members are losing certain key benefits. A petition was launched on July 7, 2019, Quoting the petition on Change.org: In announcing these changes it’s clear Microsoft is going to war with its Partners. The Partners who have
Microsoft changed its Windows feature upgrade delivery method late in 2016, Windows 10 Insider Build 14986 was the first feature upgrade delivered using the UUP (Unified Update Platform) method. The idea of UUP is to deliver a differential upgrade, and only download what’s needed for a full feature upgrade, not downloading and installing those parts
Clean installing Windows can be time consuming. Windows Setup, the first phase, has remained about the same since Windows Vista. However, OOBE seems to get new “select that, click this” dialogs in version after version. In corporate IT, we have a myriad of tools to automate deployment, but for private users it can be quite
Weird! On a newer Z170 mobo PC I can’t access my dual drive dock via UASP; on an older Dell XPS 2720 it works without a hitch. Looking for clues!
I explore NirSoft’s BatteryInfoView, and learn a lot about the state of my various laptop batteries. Great tool!
Week 25 Newsbytes include new Insider Preview release info, a CU for 1809, and previews for MS infrastructure/admin items. We also learn about the Windows Terminal preview, a delay for 19H2 previews, and MS acks when upgrades get blocked.
To answer the question in the title, I must tell you that no one knows for sure. Since we Fast Ring Insiders jumped a build to test preview versions of version 20H1, still a year away, the Slow Ring users who should be testing 19H2 have not seen a single build. At the same time,