It seems that the next feature update to Windows 10, the May 2019 Update, will not only allow Windows Update to be paused seven days at a time for up to 35 days but users will be able to select any timeframe within the next 35 days to pause updates on their device for that specific timeframe – up to a maximum of 35 days.
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 126.96.36.199. We take a quick peek at what is new in this updated version of Edge Chromium.
What an absolutely eye opening and jaw dropping week. I kick the show off talking about my return from Twitter Exile and then we dive into what might be the biggest news in the history of Windows 10 and discuss what it all means for Windows Insiders and everyday users of Microsoft’s latest operating system. Of course, there are plenty of other headlines this week that I will mention and share with you from social media, software, apps and services, plus various items from many other areas of the tech scene. Yes – there is a little space news in the wrap up as well. Please be sure to listen from beginning to end for everything.
It is time to get your Windows Insider testing plan updated and decide which devices will be in what rings as the development phase for Windows 10 (19H1) is winding down towards its release as the May 2019 Update next month. In other words, the Magic Window is approaching and it is time to make some decisions.