Alert: Windows 10 version 20H1 is heading to the Slow ring soon
- That means your magic window is about to close if you want to stay on 19H2. Also, it means that the Insider Program folks are back to communicating poorly.
- So what's next? Windows 10X also should RTM around the same time as 20H1 and "Manganese" (20H2) testing should kick-off
Surface Pro 7, Surface Laptop 3 arrive
- Mary Jo just got her Surface Laptop 3 on Tuesday afternoon
- Paul chimes in on the Pro 7
- Plus: The new Surface get day-zero updates
- Javier Soltero bolts from Microsoft now leads Google G Suite team
- About that latest Azure/O365 authentication issue (that led to a 3-hour problem on Friday for N. American users)
More Windows 10
- Windows 10 version 1909/19H2 is done. And it's great. It should always be this way.
- The 1909 client and server ISOs are already on MSDN.
- Microsoft issued a new 20H1 build last night, but no new features - Last week's build added swifter Swift Pair
- What is a Secure-core PC?
- Project xCloud Preview expands to more users
- Xbox Game Bar on Windows 10 picks up FPS counter, Achievement tracking
- Google Stadia controller not supporting wireless at launch is everything you need to know about the schedule
Tips and picks
- Tip of the week: Let's make some Windows applications
- App pick of the week: Stardock TouchTasks
- Plus: Firefox 70 adds a nifty online tracker dashboard
- Plus: Opera gets colorful on Android
- Enterprise pick of the week: Power Platform licensing is about to change in a big (and not good) way
- Enterprise pick 2 of the week: About that Microsoft-SAP deal announced this week...
- Beer pick of the week: Austin Eastciders Spiced Cider
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