Microsoft caught everyone off guard this week when they released a Skip Ahead build to testers that is the first in the development cycle for the first feature update of 2020 rather than the second one (19H2) of 2019.
Last week, when Microsoft released the latest development build for the Windows 10 19H1 feature update, they also introduced a new Windows Light theme. This collection of screenshots will give you an idea of what that looks like in Build 18282.
A very rare Friday edition of the show as I start some downtime but so much happened this past week that I needed to get behind the mike and talk about it with you all. Leading things off was my unexpected and still unexplained suspension from Twitter this past Tuesday. I share what the day was like and the absolutely awesome community response that happened. On that same day Microsoft finally re-released the October 2018 Update. We discuss the roll out and a new promise of quality and transparency moving forward. I talk about their opportunity to regain users trust with the next feature update. We also have Surface Headphones and Surface Studio 2 reviews, Xbox news, and plenty of other goodies including a new way to listen to the show on Alexa devices.
I have uploaded the collection of wallpapers and lock screen images that come as part of a standard Windows 10 installation. Included in this package is also the new Windows Light theme wallpaper that was released yesterday with Windows 10 19H1 Build 18282.