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Windows 10 19H1 (1903): T-Minus ?

Ever since the first Windows 10 feature upgrade — the so called November Update back in 2015 — made its appearance, there has been a new biannual online game “Guess the General Availability release build“. As soon as the Windows Insider team releases the first preview build for the next feature upgrade without a watermark

Windows Insider Team learning from their mistakes

I do not have to tell you about the Windows 10 version 1809 release fiasco. It is well known and documented. In fact, some users still haven’t received the upgrade over four months after it was originally released. But, the opening paragraph of the latest Windows Insider Skip Ahead build 18836 release notes Thursday last

MS Opens 19H2 Skipahead Gates

In a definite sign that a new fork in the Windows 10 development tree is about to form, Microsoft re-opens the Skip ahead (“Skippy”) branch to Insiders.

Win10.guru – Year One

With the holiday break over, it’s time to look back over our first year at Win10.guru before starting Year Two. A few years back, I was thinking about a website for advanced Windows users and IT professionals. Quite accidentally (it’s too long a story to tell here), I found myself the proud owner of a catchy

Insider Preview Expires 12/14/2018. Should You Be Worried? No!

Current Insider Preview builds — some released within the past week — still feature a 12/14/2018 expiration date. Though that date is drawing near, it’s inevitable that MS will release a new Preview with a different label and a mid-2019 expiration date before December 14 is upon us.

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