Here’s the Known Issues for Windows 10 Build 11099

Here’s the Known Issues for Windows 10 Build 11099

Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 for PCs Insider Preview build 11099. It’s the second Redstone build that we’ve seen so far. It’s also the second Redstone build that doesn’t have any front facing features. Gabe Aul said in a previous post that from now on, known issues will be listed in the Insider Hub, which kind of sucks for me, as any time I have to write about the known issues of a build, I’ll…

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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 for PCs Build 11099

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 for PCs Build 11099

Today, Microsoft finally seeded a second Redstone build for PCs, while mobile is still receiving Threshold 2 builds. This build is Windows 10 for PCs Insider Preview build 11099. In a blog post, Gabe Aul states that as with the last Redstone build we saw, there are no noticeable changes. Also, as Aul previously stated, known issues for new builds are no longer listed in the Windows blog post but in the Insider Hub. Guess…

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OneDrive Placeholders Might Return with Redstone

OneDrive Placeholders Might Return with Redstone

Normally, I don’t report on unconfirmed rumors, especially rumors that cite “people familiar with the matter” as a source. Unfortunately, this is just too much for me to let go. According to a report at Thurrott.com, placeholders are coming back in Redstone, the next major update to Windows 10 coming next Summer. If you were a Windows 8.1 user and a OneDrive power user, you knew all about placeholders. Some of your OneDrive was stored…

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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Build 10586.36

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Build 10586.36

It seems like just last week that we were reveling in Microsoft’s new-found ability to release updates for all Windows 10 devices at the same time. Finally, mobile phones and PCs were on the same build. That’s not the case anymore, as Microsoft released a cumulative update for Windows 10 for PCs today, while Windows 10 Mobile is still on the sour 10586.29 build.

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Microsoft Releases First Redstone Insider Preview Build

Microsoft Releases First Redstone Insider Preview Build

Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 11082, the first build of Redstone, the next major update to Windows 10. Unfortunately, I’m not at home at the moment to install it and check, but it appears that the build is available for both mobile and PC, as they did not specify in their blog post. Of course, it could just be another example of Microsoft not focusing on mobile. When Project Spartan (now Microsoft…

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Microsoft Finally Merges the Windows 10 Stores

Microsoft Finally Merges the Windows 10 Stores

When Microsoft announced Windows 10, they promised a universal Store. You would be able to get Windows Phone apps on Windows for PCs, which would definitely assist the app effort for Windows tablets. I had assumed that they were talking about Windows 10 universal apps. Windows 10 universal apps are one app that runs on Windows Phones, PCs, Xbox, and HoloLens using responsive design. No, apparently they’re talking about actual Windows Phone 8.1 apps that…

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Microsoft Inexplicably Removes Windows 10 November Update

Microsoft Inexplicably Removes Windows 10 November Update

Microsoft has removed the Windows 10 for PCs November Update, also known as Windows 10 for PCs 1511, also known as Windows 10 for PCs Insider Preview build 10586, also known as Threshold 2. The build is no longer available through the Windows 10 Media Creation Tool and it is no longer available through Windows Update. Microsoft has not provided any statement as to why the update was removed. We’ve reached out to Microsoft for…

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Microsoft Launches 10 Days of 10 Cent Deals for Apps, Games, Music, and Movies

Microsoft Launches 10 Days of 10 Cent Deals for Apps, Games, Music, and Movies

Upgraded to Windows 10 lately? Well, you’re about to get your money’s worth. Microsoft has launched 10 Days of 10 Cent Deals, which means exactly, well, mostly what it sounds like. For the next ten days, there will be a whole bunch of movies, music, apps, and games for, you guessed it, 10 cents. When I say mostly, it’s because the movies are only to rent (full price to buy) and the music is only…

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How To Solve All of your OneDrive Problems at Once

How To Solve All of your OneDrive Problems at Once

If you follow For the Love of Tech, you know that I’m a big OneDrive user. You also know that I haven’t been a happy camper for some time. It started with Windows 10 when Microsoft killed placeholders. Imagine being a Microsoft fan, Microsoft is releasing it’s biggest product in the history of the company, and you can’t be excited about it because they killed the one feature that you rely on.

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