Windows 10 build 21364 brings support to run Linux GUI apps, Task Manager introduces Eco mode and shows Edge processes classifications, ...
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Windows 10 21H1 new features, changes, and related content can be found here.
Windows 10 (build 21359) adds a new restart option in the power menu and fixes a slew of problems – here's everything you need to know.
UPDATED 4/15/2021: Get a closer look at all the new features and changes added to Windows 10 21H2 (Dev Channel) up to build 21359.
Windows 10 build 21354 in the Dev Channel ships with new Camera and Display settings and tweaks for the Start menu, Settings, and ...
Windows 10 (build 21343) brings icon overhaul for File Explorer elements including for known folders, drives, options, and Recycle Bin.
A closer look at the new Auto HDR, File Explorer, and Virtual Desktops changes for Windows 10 build 21337.
Windows 10 gets a new preview (build 21337) with an updated version of File Explorer, Virtual Desktops, and Notepad, and Auto HDR for gaming.
Windows 10 build 21332 is now available for Insiders in the Dev Channel, and here are all the tweaks and changes.
Microsoft introduces new system icons to modernize small parts of Windows 10, and they are coming with version 21H2.
Windows 10 build 21327 introduces new system icons using the Fluent Design style, updated News and interests with new design, and more.