Windows 10 version 1909 arrives
- Blink and you'll miss it because it's really just a small cumulative update, not a real feature update.
- 1909 is codenamed Vanadium and it appears to be going out broadly, contrary to Microsoft's description
- Windows 10 version 1909 review: There ain't much to say here
- Nothing major was removed or deprecated in 1909
- Is Microsoft going to repeat its cumulative update/R2 update pattern with 20H2? I am hearing no. But they won't say publicly
- Microsoft didn't fix feature updates. It just pretended that a small CU was a feature update.
More Windows 10
- Yes, Microsoft discussed the future of its Windows 10 app platform at Ignite
- Another major milestone: Windows 10 version 20H1 heads to the Slow ring.
- And Microsoft continues to release new 20H1 builds with absolutely no new features.
- Mary Jo and Paul both got to try out the new AR headset again. Here's what's new.
- Microsoft will support CCPA everywhere
- Bye-bye MS Invoicing, Outlook Customer Manager and Skype Translator bot
- More goodbyes: Harry Shum is out as head of AI and Research. Kevin Scott is in
- New Elite controller is now available. You can't afford it, and you don't need it
- Early Access to “Minecraft Earth” is Available Now in the U.S.
- So much for Google being ahead: Stadia to launch with just 12 games
Tips and picks
- Tip of the week: Find and Watch Every Ignite 2019 Session
- App pick of the week: Brave
- Enterprise pick of the week: Microsoft Endpoint Manager
- Developer pick of the week: GitHub for mobile
- Beer pick of the week: Troegs Troegenator
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- Microsoft begins the official rollout of Windows 10 1909
- Windows 10 Version 1909 Review
- Nothing Major Was Removed or Deprecated in Windows 10 Version 1909
- Microsoft Explains the Future of the Windows 10 App Platform
- Windows 10 20H1 Heads to the Slow Ring
- Microsoft Issues New 20H1 Build to the Fast Ring
- Microsoft is working to bring 64-bit Intel app emulation to Windows on ARM
- We're pleased to announce that Microsoft Edge for ARM is now available in the Canary channel!
- HoloLens 2 is Now Available
- HoloLens 2 arrives
- Microsoft to Support CCPA Everywhere in the U.S.
- Microsoft to drop its Invoicing, Outlook Customer Manager and Skype Translator bot products
- Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott takes over from Harry Shum as head of AI and Research
- Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 is Now Available
- Stadia to launch with just 12 games
- Tip: Find and Watch Every Ignite 2019 Session
- Brave Review: Putting the Hurt on Trackers and Ads
- Microsoft aims to streamline its device-management strategy with Endpoint Manager
- New from Universe 2019: GitHub for mobile, GitHub Archive Program, and more