Hello Windows Insiders! We are trying something new today with a end-of-the-week summary of updates across Microsoft we think are relevant to Insiders.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19559
We released Insider Preview Build 19559 to the Fast ring earlier this week. For all the details on what’s included in this build and known issues – check out our blog post here.
Remember, if you want a complete look at what build is in which Insider ring including the latest SDKs and Server Insider Preview builds, head over to Flight Hub.
Windows Insider Podcast Episode 27
Check out Episode 27 of the Windows Insider Podcast with Jason! In this episode – Jason interviews Ian Todd, the interim lead of the Windows Insider Program. As the ongoing search for our new leadership continues, Ian talks about the future of the program and how we are working on what’s next. Additionally, Jason also looks at how the podcast gets made and at what’s next for the program’s marketing content with Allison Shields, our team’s content expert.
Celebrate Black History Month with Bing!
Want to learn more about moments in Black history? Check out our moments carousel, where we share some of the historical firsts and monumental events in Black history. We are highlighting Juneteenth, the election of Shirley Chisholm, and many more impactful moments. Celebrate Black history month and learn with Bing here!
Microsoft Edge Updates
Heads up for Insiders who are running Edge builds from the Dev Channel – the Edge Team has released the first Dev Channel update for February! Check out the improvements included in 81.0.410.1 here.
Hey, Insiders! The first Dev channel update for February is live. Check out the improvements included in 81.0.410.1 here: https://t.co/QcGEfA3RZ4 pic.twitter.com/sXbZpxsTji
— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) February 5, 2020
The Edge Team has also announced that the new Microsoft Edge now features DevTools localized in 10 languages (in addition to English).
More Windows Terminal Awesomeness
Check out what’s coming soon to the Terminal in the latest status update from the Windows Terminal Team!
Have you been wanting to open Windows Terminal with specific tabs and panes? Check out what's coming soon to the Terminal in our latest status update! ? https://t.co/uFj7Y667tO pic.twitter.com/JpJZBnHZqH
— Kayla Cinnamon ☕ (@cinnamon_msft) February 1, 2020
This Week On Xbox
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