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    Windows 10 Technical Preview / Insider Preview | Build Übersicht

    Da die Builds für Windows 10 immer mehr werden, habe ich hier mal eine kleine Übersicht erstellt, wann welche Builds herausgekommen und was deren Inhalte sind.

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    Build 10074 - 29. April 2015
    Build 10061 - 22. April 2015
    Build 9926 - 23. Januar 2015
    Build 9879 - 24. November 2014
    Build 9860 - 21. Oktober 2014
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    Build 9860 - 21. Oktober 2014

    Action Center for Windows PCs.
    As we shared when we announced Windows 10 in September, we aren’t limiting our view to one specific device type. We are looking across our entire product family to look at ways to bring great experiences to our customers across different devices. So with this build, we’re bringing “Action Center” from Windows Phone over to the PC as the place where you can see and follow up on all actionable items. This build is focused ONLY on enabling basic notifications – quick actions and cleaner UI will come later. You’ll see notifications from the system and apps – from new emails and invites to IMs, Facebook posts and more – all in one place, so you don’t miss a thing. Click on the new Action Center icon in the notification area of your taskbar to check it out.


    Move apps easily from one monitor to another. When you’re working on multiple monitors, use WIN + CTRL +<arrow> to move the active app to another monitor. You can find a list of new keyboard shortcuts for navigating and managing your multiple desktops here in this blog post.


    Animation for switching desktops. One of the pieces of feedback that you gave us was that it was hard to know when you were switching desktops. We addressed your feedback by adding an animation to make it clear that you are switching. Check it out by creating some new desktops and moving between them.
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    Build 9879 - 24. November 2014

    Windowing and gesture improvements:

    A few weeks ago at TechEd, Joe showed off a few new features in Windows 10 that are now included in today’s new build. You can now use Snap Assist when snapping apps across multiple monitors. We’ve also introduced new 3 finger gestures for precision touchpads. Here is the list of the new 3 finger gestures for you to try:

    3 finger up -> Task View
    3 finger down -> Show Desktop
    3 finger flick to left or right -> switches to previous app (go back 1)
    3 finger move left or right -> Alt-Tab pops up and you can select the app you want (remove fingers to select)
    3 finger tap -> Search

    New ways to use OneDrive:

    We’re also introducing changes to how OneDrive syncs your files in this build. In Windows 8.1, we use placeholders on your PC to represent files you have stored in OneDrive. People had to learn the difference between what files were “available online” (placeholders) versus what was “available offline” and physically on your PC. We heard a lot of feedback around this behavior. For example, people would expect that any files they see in File Explorer would be available offline by default. Then they would hop onto a flight (or go someplace without connectivity) and try to access a file they thought was on their PC and it wasn’t available because it was just a placeholder. It didn’t feel like sync was as reliable as it needed to be. For Windows 10, having OneDrive provide fast and reliable sync of your files is important. Starting with this build, OneDrive will use selective sync. This means you choose what you want synced to your PC and it will be. What you see is really there and you don’t need to worry about downloading it. You can choose to have all of your OneDrive files synced to your PC, or just the ones you select.


    Also in Windows 8.1, there were multiple ways you could get to your OneDrive files such as through the modern OneDrive app or through File Explorer. We heard a lot of feedback around this as well. It wasn’t obvious exactly where to go for your OneDrive files. In Windows 10, we are providing people with one easy way to get to their OneDrive files – through File Explorer. To manage OneDrive, just right-click on the OneDrive icon in the notification area and click “Settings” to manage how OneDrive behaves. You’ll be able to adjust things like auto save, choose which folders are synced offline, and more.

    If you have any feedback around these new OneDrive changes in this build – please let us know! Use the Windows Feedback app to let us know what you like or don’t like about the new design.
    Internet Explorer improvements:


    The Internet Explorer Team is working hard to make significant browser improvements in Windows 10 and in this build, we are enabling our new interoperability focused Edge rendering engine for 10% of Windows Insiders. You can help us improve quality by surfing the web with Internet Explorer as you normally would and watching for broken web sites. If you see a problem, just click the y face feedback button in the upper right corner of IE and select “Send a Frown”. There’s more information on IE’s new Edge rendering engine in this blog post from the IE Team.
    Native MKV support:

    Some of you have noticed that Build 9860 brought native support for the MKV file format. In Build 9879, we’re making the experience “more complete”. You can now play MKV files directly from Windows Media Player (as well as other desktop and modern apps), MKV files will show thumbnails and metadata in File Explorer, support for DLNA and Play To scenarios has been added, and more. We recently brought MKV support to the Xbox One. We also added platform support for H.265 HEVC for Windows 10 as well, and we’re not done here yet. More news to come on this later.
    Continued UI refinements:

    We’ve also made a few UI refinements. In File Explorer, we’ve made some tweaks and you can now pin your favorite folders to Home.

    Modern dialogs are now correctly windowed.

    And eagle-eyed Windows Insiders will also notice a few new icons. Remember, the UX in Windows 10 right now is a work-in-progress with a lot more coming!
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    Build 9926 - 23. Januar 2015

    Cortana on the desktop: We’re excited to include Cortana as an integrated part of the desktop in Windows 10. Cortana is one click away on the taskbar, helping you find the things you need while proactively bringing you information you care about. Cortana can help you search in Windows 10 for apps, settings, and files as well as searching the web. You can access Cortana with your voice by clicking the microphone icon, then speaking to set reminders or ask about weather, sports, finance and other content from Bing. If you’re really adventurous, go into Cortana Settings, enable hands free use to say “Hey Cortana,” and you won’t need to click on the microphone icon. Cortana can learn your preferences and provide smarter recommendations over time. You can manage Cortana’s Notebook to add interests from Bing like news, sports, finance and weather so Cortana can proactively offer recommendations and information for you. Keep in mind, Cortana is new to the desktop – things might not work as expected. Also, for this build, Cortana is available for U.S. and English only. Search will work in all languages. But don’t worry, we’ll be making improvements in future builds, adding new capabilities and more languages.


    New Start menu: You’ll see some big changes to the Start menu in this build, including the ability to expand to a full-screen experience. This really shines on 2-in-1 PCs when switching into Tablet Mode. You can also customize the color of your Start screen. A big change that you won’t see is that we actually rebuilt Start in XAML, which is one type of code developers can use to build apps for Windows 10. The work on Start isn’t done yet, and we’ll have more changes that will show up in future builds including more personalization (and transparency!), drag and drop, Jump Lists, and the ability to resize the Start menu.

    Continuum: Back in September, we showed a video of how Continuum allows Windows to dynamically adapt across different device types. On Wednesday, Joe demoed Continuum on a Surface Pro 3 as well as how it shines on a traditional tablet. Only Windows 10 lets you seamlessly transition between the familiar desktop and a tablet experience optimized for touch. You are always in control of the transition whether explicitly from Action Center or when Windows suggests a change based on how you are using the device. Best of all, each experience supports both desktop and Store apps in a consistent way. This means that Store apps are windowed on the desktop and yes, even desktop apps in Tablet Mode can now be closed with a simple swipe from the top!

    New Settings app: We’re working hard to evolve the Settings experience in Windows and in this build, you will see a lot of this work come together. This is where you will go to manage your device and things like your display, network, and account settings. As I noted above, the new Settings app introduces a different way for configuring how you receive new builds from us too. Even better – the Settings experience will be consistent across all your Windows devices. We’ve made the homepage easier to scan and reminiscent of Control Panel, which many of you were familiar with. It’s icon-based and we re-organized the categories to be more familiar. You can also use search within the app to find the setting you want. Search will even find Control Panel pages that aren’t in the Settings app.


    Connect to wireless audio and video: We’ve made it much easier for you to find and connect to wireless audio and video devices that support technologies like Bluetooth and Miracast. You can access the experience either by clicking on the “Connect” button in the new Action Center, or by using the Windows + P keyboard shortcut from anywhere. In the Connect panel, Windows will discover nearby Miracast devices and Bluetooth speakers, allowing you to simply touch or click to connect. Pairing to devices happens right inline, so you never have to navigate away to settings. When connecting to wired and wireless screens, you can also control their projection style, choosing to either “Duplicate” or “Extend” their desktop.


    New Photos and Maps apps: In Joe’s demo on Wednesday, he showed off many of the new and updated apps that are coming with Windows 10. And in this build, you can give the new Photos and Maps apps a try for yourself. The Photos apps will show your photos stored locally on your PC, as well as in OneDrive, and make them look great. You can also edit your photos too. Some features like the ability to create albums are not enabled just yet.

    Windows Store Beta: In this build, you will see the first look at the Windows Store Beta. It’s important to note that the NEW Windows Store Beta is a *grey* tile in the Start menu or on the taskbar and the current Windows Store remains available in the build as a *green* tile. Sorry it’s confusing to have two, but we wanted to give you an early preview of the new Windows Store. It includes a new visual design which will be common across PCs, tablets, phones and the web. It works well within a window and can be updated independently from the OS (this matters because it allows for more frequent updates). Keep in mind this is a preview. You can expect both the app selection and markets where the Store Beta is available to be limited and you will find that only basic functionality is available in this release. You can browse and search, as well as download apps. You can pay for those apps and games with options such as international credit card, gift cards and PayPal. In-app purchase is not available for apps downloaded through the Store Beta, though apps you already own with in-app purchase can be used. The ability to purchase additional in-app content is currently disabled. Finally, you can purchase apps on a device running Windows 8.1 and use those apps in this build of Windows 10 but not vice versa. We’ll have a lot more information about the new Windows Store in Windows 10 to share later and more functionality will light up in future builds.

    UPDATE 1/28: We recommend that you purchase for-pay apps from the Windows 8.1 Store (green store). When you purchase apps from the Windows 8.1 Store (green store), January Technical Preview and all your other Windows devices will recognize that you own them. Purchases from the Windows Store Beta (grey store) only work on January Technical Preview for now. If you’ve already purchased for-pay apps from the Windows Store Beta, don’t worry – purchases made in either Store will be honored in the long-term.

    Xbox app: You can give the new Xbox app a try in this build. For details on the functionality the Xbox app has in this build – check out this blog post on Xbox Wire.
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    Build 10061 - 22. April 2015

    We know this one will be a bit painful but there is a bug with this build in which Win32 (desktop) apps won’t launch from the Start menu. The workaround is to use search to find and launch these apps and pin them to your taskbar for quick access.

    The Windows Store Beta (grey tile) and Project Spartan get unpinned after upgrading. You can re-pin them to your Taskbar from All apps on your Start menu.

    The version of the Mail and Calendar apps included in this build (17.4008.42281.0) have a known issue that causes every typed letter to appear twice. Which might be funny if it weren’t so irritating. We have fixed this issue with updated versions of the apps (17.4016.42291.0) available in the Windows Store Beta (grey tile). If you don’t open the Mail and Calendar apps within the first 15 minutes after logging in to your device for the first time after upgrading and your device is connected to the Internet, the apps should update automatically. You can also go into the Store Beta and check for updates manually at any time.

    Cortana will highlight things it will be able to help users with, but some of these features are not yet implemented and we are working to deliver them soon.

    There is a known issue where you might see a black screen with only your mouse cursor during login/logout. We have a fix for this coming via WU.

    Downloading music in the Xbox Music and Music Preview apps is currently broken. We also have a fix for this coming via WU.

    When you minimize an app playing audio, it may stop playing once its minimized.

    In Project Spartan, no selection highlight appears when selecting text in the address box. You can right click in the address box to cut/copy/paste and it will work as expected. We also have a fix for this coming via WU.

    Magnifier does not work when you put it into docked mode. We will also have a fix for this coming via WU.
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    Build 10074 - 29. April 2015

    Here is what’s new

    Some of the things that Joe demoed on stage earlier today during the Build keynote are not yet included in this build and will be in future builds. But we still have a bunch of new stuff for you to check out!

    General UX improvements: We made a bunch of UX improvements with the last build and you’ll see even more in this build. For example, you’ll notice a new Live Tile animation for Start in addition to in addition to some performance and stability improvements for Live Tiles.

    We’ve done work to better support high DPI displays. And we know many Windows Insiders are running multi-mon setups – often with 2 monitors with different DPI. You will start to see some work we’re doing to make sure core UX components in Windows scale correctly on both your monitors so things look nice regardless of DPI.

    We’ve also heard loud in clear that many Windows Insiders want to see Aero Glass from Windows 7 make a comeback. We’ve been working out how to satisfy this request, and are trying some things out with this build to see how you like them. We’re running a little A/B test with this build. 50% of you will normal transparency on the Start menu and taskbar while the other 50% will see a blur effect on the Start menu and taskbar (like frosted glass). If Windows Insiders really like the blur effect, we will add it to more areas and even consider making it the default instead of standard transparency. Which one did you get? Send us feedback about it via the Windows Feedback app!

    Even more improvements to Continuum: We’re continuing to make Continuum better and invest in a simplified taskbar. Additionally when you close an application in Tablet mode, we take you back to the Start screen instead of the desktop as you would expect when using a tablet. You will see general polish on snapping, and the shared divider between two snapped windows now let’s you adjust the size.

    Multi-tasking improvements: We’re continuing to refine and complete our mulit-tasking experience with Windows 10. Check out Alt-Tab, Task-View, and Snap Assist. Snap Assist also now supports the ability to close a window during Snap Assist.

    New default Windows sounds: We’ve heard a lot of feedback from people that they want some fresh system sounds for Windows 10. Check them out and let us know what you think.

    Visual refresh for Cortana: You will see a visual refresh for Cortana in this build that makes the experience feel more ingrained into the overall Windows experience. Start and Cortana are now more tightly integrated. As you start to search for an app from within Start, Cortana can seamlessly take over and bring back the right result. The new Windows split view control has been added to Cortana’s left rail, offering quick access to key Cortana functionality like the Notebook, Reminders or Feedback on how Cortana’s doing. This split view control helps anchor Cortana to the rest of the Windows UI and provides navigation consistent with many other Windows first party applications.

    New experiences in Cortana: We are making available some new and updated experiences in Cortana powered by Bing Instant Answers. Cortana will aim to answer your question while you’re still typing. Here are a few questions you can try:



    Weather – “Seattle Weather”
    Finance – “MSFT stock”
    Dictionary – “define astounding”
    Calculator – “48*92”
    Flight Status – “UA 238”
    Reference – “how tall is brad pitt”
    Showtimes – “movies near me”
    Tech Help – “memory in my computer”
    Time Zone – “time in London”
    Unit Conversion – “42 ft in meters”
    Chit Chat – “tell me a joke”

    Updates for the Music and Video Preview apps: We’ve also shipped updates to these apps. The Music Preview app (3.6.999.0) has some UX improvements including a more immersive Now Playing experience with a true full screen mode. With the Video Preview app (3.6.999.0) – you can download movies, TV shows, and TV seasons and check progress, pause, resume, cancel the download. You can also download, delete, and even re-download videos as many times as you want on up to three devices (we’re planning to increase the number of devices you can download content too!). Closed captioning for purchased content now appears. You will see a list of new features when you first launch these app after each update!

    Xbox app April 2015 update: The Xbox app for Windows 10 has been updated (your version number should be 4.4.9014.0 or higher) with new features like Game DVR for PC games, screenshots, a Live Tile, user profiles, and real-name sharing. Oh and the drivers for Xbox controllers are now included with Windows 10, so you no longer have to download and install controller drivers on Windows 10. For more on this month’s Xbox app for Windows 10 update as well as the new Avatars app – read this blog post.

    Windows Store Beta improvements: We’re excited about delivering a single unified Store experience in Windows 10 which we’re talking more about this week at Build. We’ve made some improvements to the Store Beta which is now a blue tile instead of grey. Xbox Live games should be working and so are in-app purchases. Apps you purchased on a PC running Windows 8.1 will now show up in the Store Beta on Windows 10 as owned (and vice-versa). We’re also expanding the Store Beta from 41 markets with the addition of these new markets: Afghanistan, Åland Islands, Albania, Algeria, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Anguilla, Antarctica, Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Aruba, Azerbaijan, The Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bahrain, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bonaire, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Bouvet Island, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Georgia, Ghana, Guatemala, Iceland, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Malta, Pakistan, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Jordan, Lebanon, Nicaragua, Oman, Panama, Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Venezuela.

    Discovering features and apps in Windows 10: We are investing in easy “bite-sized” learning and discovery experiences so that users can get more out of Windows 10. This ranges from tips and tricks on the Lock screen, to helping users discover high quality apps through Start, the Lock screen and Cortana. Be confident that you won’t miss out on new features and enjoy the ease of having high quality apps curated for you. It’s optional, and if anything doesn’t strike your fancy, you can provide feedback directly, such as whether you like an image or an app. These new experiences will be rolling out over time, so you may not see them in your market yet.
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