In this episode of our new podcast, we talk about my current class list in my formation for the Permanent Diaconate, the latest news for #WindowsInsiders and #EdgeInsiders, tech headlines from software, services, and social media. We wrap up the show with some news for SpaceX and Boeing as they continue their march towards launching astronauts from the Space Coast of Florida. Lots of flight test happening in the next few months. Thanks for listening!
It has been a little more than 10 days since Microsoft made available the first preview versions of their upcoming Edge web browser which is based on Chromium. While the Edge Canary version of the new browser has seen its expected cadence of daily builds, the Edge Developer version had not seen its first weekly release. However, that changed yesterday with the release of Edge Dev Build 18.104.22.168. We take a quick peek at what is new in this updated version of Edge Chromium.
As the end of development quickly approaches for Windows 10 (19H1), the fixes heading into those final builds are also making their way into weekly releases in the Windows 10 (20H1) Skip Ahead development branch. This week we have already had releases from each ring and in the first six days of March there have been a total of four across both branches.
Microsoft has released the third Skip Ahead build for next year’s Windows 10 (20H1) feature update. As previously expected, the fixes in this build are mirroring fixes in Microsoft’s 19H1 branch that is in its final stages of development for release in the next six to eight weeks.