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Windows 10 build 10147: Everything you need to know

Windows 10 build 10147: Everything you need to know. Windows 10 build 10147, we can say that this is a pretty exciting preview. It unveils a number of tweaks and improvements over the previous leak (build 10134) and over the official Windows 10 build 10130, which Microsoft has recently pushed to the Slow ring of updates.

Love it or hate it: Quick Access on Windows 10 is easy to customize or hide

Windows 10 has introduced a huge number of features and tweaks to Windows, some which are good and others not so good. Quick Access falls into the controversial category and many users are not to happy about the feature. The idea behind Quick Access makes sense, a dynamic folder which saves popular locations and lets users pin files and folders for streamlining common tasks.

Windows 10 build 10134: Everything you need to know

Windows 10 build 10134 leaks onto the web unveiling a few refinements over the last public release.Windows 10 build 10134 is a newer preview of the operating system and like pretty much with all the leaked versions we have seen, this new build is likely not landing as a public release. However, it does give us a glimpse of how Windows 10 is progressing.

Windows 10 build 10130 ISO now available to download, will not be released to slow ring

Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10130 is now available for download in ISO format. Microsoft released build 10130 to the fast ring on Friday May 29th and will not be releasing this build to the slow ring due to several bugs that have yet to be squashed.

Could Microsoft’s biggest Windows 10 feature be AllJoyn powered interoperability?

Could Microsoft’s biggest Windows 10 feature be AllJoyn powered interoperability?
Microsoft has been implementing support for a lot of popular cross platform and open source technologies previously held at a distance by Redmond. Recently we’ve heard of support for open source projects like Node.js and SSH.

Windows 10 build 10136 screenshots posted by Windows Insider chief

Gabriel Aul, the head of the Windows Insider program, did just that on his Twitter account with two screenshots showing Windows 10 build 10136.

How to remove the ‘Get Windows 10’ app from your PC and cancel your upgrade reservation

How to remove the ‘Get Windows 10’ app from your PC and cancel your upgrade reservation. some Windows users won’t want to move quickly to the new version of the operating system. Some users might feel they want to stay a little longer with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, or they feel that Windows 10 isn’t quite ready.