Difference between revisions of "Windows 10"
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Revision as of 19:53, 18 May 2019
|Version of Microsoft Windows|
|Windows 10 build 10240's Desktop|
|Architecture||x86, x64, ARM|
|Latest build||10.0.10240 (RTM)|
|Replaced by||Windows 10 TH2|
Windows 10 is the successor to the Windows 8.1 operating system. Windows 10 addresses some of the complaints that were made in response to the user interface in Windows 8. Screenshots of Windows 10 build 9834 were released on September 11, 2014 which show a revised Start menu interface which combines the Start Menu and Start Screen, and additional improvements to the Windows operating system. Build 9925/9926 was forked to build 10000 on January 19, 2015 (Source).
- 1 Changes
- 1.1 Builds 9780 and 9785 (Early development)
- 1.2 Builds 9834 and 9841
- 1.3 Build 9860
- 1.4 Build 9879
- 1.5 Build 9888
- 1.6 Build 9901
- 1.7 Build 9926
- 1.8 Build 10041
- 1.9 Build 10049
- 1.10 Build 10061
- 1.11 Build 10074
- 1.12 Build 10122
- 1.13 Build 10130
- 1.14 Build 10158
- 1.15 Build 10159
- 1.16 Build 10162
- 1.17 Build 10166
- 1.18 Build 10176 (Pre-RTM)
- 1.19 Build 10240 (RTM)
- 2 Builds
- 3 References
Builds 9780 and 9785 (Early development)
- New start menu, containing elements from Windows 7 and 8.1.
- Allows a fallback to the Windows 8.1 Start Menu (allows users to switch between the Start menu and the Start screen)
Builds 9834 and 9841
- New Multi-Desktop mode, allowing users to 'have' multiple desktops.
- New Search pane on the taskbar.
- PC Settings has been updated, introducing placeholders for new features such as Battery Saver and Data Sense
- New Windows Insider (Build 9841) app launched for Windows Insider members.
- Store apps can now minimize and maximize like a normal desktop app in Windows.
- Charms bar does not work in the Start menu mode anymore, instead it can be selected from the list of options on the upper-left corner of the app (also new).
- Command Prompt has been overhauled with various new features, including the ability to resize.
- Allows Windows to update automatically to newer builds.
- Introduces the Notification Bar.
- Introduces another PC Settings for testing (zPC Settings).
- Shows the option on PC Settings on how fast you want the builds.
- Includes a hidden new logon screen that must be activated via the registry - discovered by BetaArchive user ReztaNZ.
- Introduces the 'Send a Frown' option on Internet Explorer.
- Improves on the Notification Center.
- User interface changes on Windows Store apps.
- An animation is shown when users switch between programs.
- FLAC decoding is now embedded into the Windows platform; allowing applications such as Windows Media Player and the Music app to natively support FLAC playback.
- Cortana is now shown on the desktop.
- UI changes to the Windows taskbar to allow for inclusion of Cortana.
- Introduces new betas of some apps, such as Camera.
- Windows Store app has been redesigned.
- Cortana is now enabled by default in the EN-US iterations of this Build. Cortana displays a message saying: "Not available in your Country yet" for other regions.
- While Spartan Browser is not in this build, Spartan's web engine can be enabled in Internet explorer by entering "about:flags" and enabling experimental features.
- This is the first public build to have continuum start menu fully functional.
- Windows Update CPL has been moved to the Modern UI app "settings".
- The Start menu has been further improved.
- The Notification bar can now show links to the commonly settings.
- The Settings App was improved.
- Tablet Mode was further enhanced.
- The upgrade screen (after 1st restart) has changed, now showing detailed progress of each level.
- Transparency introduced on the Start screen.
- Cortana support improved.
- The Store has been updated.
- This is the first official build to feature the new 'successor' to Internet Explorer, now known as Microsoft Edge. It was called as Project Spartan then.
- Fixed serious scaling issue on Metro apps observed in 10041 and 10049.
- The Mail app was redesigned to provide for a better design layout and better support.
- The Tablet mode was further improved on.
- Fixed severe bug on 10061 (Win32 based apps would not launch from the Start screen).
- Partial Aero reintroduced through the Start menu as a 50:50 chance for a user.
- The Multi-Desktop feature now allows you to create virtually unlimited desktops and not be limited by display space.
- Developer and side loading mode can now be directly enabled through the Settings app, but the Developer license feature is broken in this build.
- Power icon moved to the bottom in the Start screen.
- Miscellaneous design improvements to Wi-Fi and Power popups.
- Taskbar progress has been changed to vertical filling as opposed to horizontal filling before. The color was also changed to white from orange.
- Multiple improvements to the Start menu and Tablet Mode.
- New Tab page introduced, among other improvements, in Microsoft Edge.
- Both desktop and Store apps are now unable to invoke prompts for changing program associations.
- Insider Hub redesigned.
- Multiple bug fixes.
- Swiping up to the top can now show app commands like in Windows 8.1 (for desktop as well).
- Microsoft Edge improved.
- Start personalization enabled in the Settings app.
- Improved icon design with greater consistency between desktop and mobile.
- Jump lists now match the rest of the taskbar design.
- Tablet Mode improved.
- Cortana can now be invoked with the keyboard shortcut Win+C.
- Videos can now be played in full screen in the Music&TV app.
- Tablet Mode further improved.
- Microsoft Edge now shows a dark layout option.
- Taskbar progress has been changed back to green horizontal filling as before (changed in 10074).
- Numerous improvements to Start Menu.
- Email support enabled in Cortana, along with many other improvements.
- Support for animated GIF's, along with other improvements, in the Photos app.
- Snipping tool now supports a 'delay' option up to 5 seconds.
- Insider Preview is no longer installed in this build, it must be installed from Optional Features.
- Minor tweaks to the login screen.
- Now features the new Microsoft 'Hero' template by default as the background (lock and desktop).
- Multiple bug fixes.
- Multiple bug fixes.
- Microsoft Wi-Fi introduced to users in the Seattle area, who can now buy Wi-Fi from the Microsoft Store.
- Multiple bug fixes.
Build 10176 (Pre-RTM)
- Watermark and timebomb removed.
Build 10240 (RTM)
- Performance in Microsoft Edge improved.
- Build branch changed to the released branch 'TH1'.
- 6.3.9697.fbl_grfx_dev_p.140227-2030 - Demoed at //Build/ 2014
- 6.3.9780.0.fbl partner eeap.140622-0937 - Leaked January 26, 2019
- 6.3.9785.0.fbl_partner_eeap.140629-0030 - Leaked February 19, 2019
- 6.4.9788.winmain.140704-2025 - Screenshots Leaked July 12, 2014
- 6.4.9795.fbl_uip_dev.140713-1834 - Screenshots Leaked July 21, 2014
Technical Preview 1
- 6.4.9821.fbl partner eeap.140820-0938 - Screenshot Leaked September 18, 2014
- 6.4.9834.fbl partner eeap.140908-0936 - Screenshots Leaked September 11, 2014, Trad. Chinese Leaked December 8, 2014
- 6.4.9841.fbl_release.140912-1613 - Technical Preview, Released October 1, 2014
- 6.4.9845.fbl_partner_eeap.140922-1425 - Leaked on September 19, 2015
- 6.4.9857 - Screenshots Released September 19, 2014
- 6.4.9858.fbl_mobs.141006-2147 - Screenshots Released October 21, 2014
- 6.4.9860.fbl_release.141008-2044 - Technical Preview Update 1, Released October 21, 2014
- 6.4.9879.fbl_release.141103-1722 - Technical Preview Update 2, Released November 12, 2014
Technical Preview 2
- 10.0.9888.fbl_release.141113-2137 - Leaked December 2, 2014
- 10.0.9900.fbl_awesome1501.141201-2114 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9901.winmain_prs.141202-1718 - Leaked December 14, 2014
- 10.0.9901.fbl_awesome1501.141203-0949 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9903.winmain_prs.141204-1736 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9906.winmain_prs.141209-1616 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9907.fbl_awesome1501.141210-1857 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9907.fbl_ie.141210-1846 - Leaked November 4, 2016
- 10.0.9909.fbl_awesome1501.141213-2119 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9913.fbl_awesome1501.141217-1931 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9918.fbl_awesome1501.150107-2124 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9922.fbl_awesome1501.150113-1605 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9924.fbl_awesome1501.150115-1755 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9925.fbl_awesome1501.150116-2110 - Leaked January 29, 2015
- 10.0.9926.fbl_awesome1501.150119-1648 - January Technical Preview, Released January 23, 2015
- 10.0.10005.winmain_prs.150125-0130 - Leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10009.winmain_prs.150130-0808 - Screenshots leaked February 5, 2015, Full build leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10014.winmain_prs.150205-1859 - Modified WIM leaked March 23, 2015, Full ISO leaked February 15, 2017
- 10.0.10022.fbl_impressive.150216-2206 - Screenshots leaked February 24, 2015, Full build leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10031.fbl_impressive.150301-2107 - Screenshots leaked March 04, 2015, Full build leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10036.fbl_impressive.150306-2322 - Leaked March 14, 2015
- 10.0.10041.fbl_impressive.150313-1821 - March Technical Preview, Released March 18, 2015
- 10.0.10049.fbl_impressive.150325-1700 - March Technical Preview Update 1, Released March 30, 2015
- 10.0.10051.fbl_impressive.150329-1031 - Leaked April 5, 2015
- 10.0.10056.fbl_impressive.150405-1348 - Leaked April 10, 2015
- 10.0.10061.fbl_impressive.150410-2039 - April Technical Preview, Released April 22, 2015
- 10.0.10064.winmain_prs.150413-1856 - Screenshots leaked April 19, 2015, Full build leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10074.fbl_impressive.150424-1350 - April Insider Preview, Released April 29, 2015
- 10.0.10102.winmain_prs.150417-2325 - Leaked April 29, 2015
- 10.0.10108.winmain_prs.150424-1818 - Leaked June 5, 2015
- 10.0.10114.winmain_prs.150503-0759 - Screenshots leaked May 9, 2015, Full build leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10120.fbl_impressive.150510-1700 - Screenshots leaked May 15, 2015, Full build leaked May 8, 2016
- 10.0.10122.fbl_impressive.150513-1845 - May Insider Preview, Released May 20, 2015
- 10.0.10123.fbl_impressive.150514-1700 - Screenshots leaked May 15, 2015
- 10.0.10125.fbl_impressive.150516-2126 - Leaked May 25, 2015
- 10.0.10130.fbl_impressive.150522-2224 - May Insider Preview Update 1, Released May 29, 2015
- 10.0.10134.winmain_prs.150530-1700 - Leaked June 5, 2015
- 10.0.10135.winmain_prs.150531-1700 - Leaked June 6, 2015
- 10.0.10147.fbl_impressive.150613-1600 - Leaked June 18, 2015
- 10.0.10151.fbl_impressive.150617-1826 - Leaked June 28, 2015
- 10.0.10154.fbl_impressive.150620-2234 - Screenshots leaked June 26, 2015, Full build leaked May 9, 2016
- 10.0.10158.fbl_impressive.150625-1753 - June Insider Preview, Released June 29, 2015
- 10.0.10159.fbl_impressive.150626-1834 - June Insider Preview Update 1, Released June 30, 2015
- 10.0.10162.fbl_impressive.150629-1700 - July Insider Preview, Released July 2, 2015
- 10.0.10163.winmain_prs.150630-1700 - Screenshots leaked July 5, 2015, Full build leaked May 9, 2016
- 10.0.10166.fbl_impressive.150703-1818 - July Insider Preview Update 1, Released July 9, 2015
- 10.0.10176.16384.th1.150705-1526 - Leaked July 10, 2015
- 10.0.10240.16384.th1.150709-1700 - RTM, Pushed through Windows Update to Insiders July 15, 2015, pushed via Windows Update to those who reserved their free upgrade starting July 29, 2015.
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- WZor.net. (March 04, 2015). "Windows 10 Enterprise Build 10031 Technical Preview Screenshots"