This week’s Windows Insider build for PCs prepares for the final bug bash and also includes a pretty significant change to Fluent Design’s main pillar. Fluent Design is also heading to the Xbox, and the latest update brings it to the console setup process!
You can check out some of the various articles we talk about on this week’s episode by following the links below.
- Latest Windows 10 Insider Preview brings Fluent Design improvements for PCs and fixes for Mobile
- Here’s what’s new, fixed, and broken in Windows 10 Build 16241 for PCs and Build 15320 for Mobile
- Windows 10 Mobile finally gets a browser with extensions
- LinkedIn for Windows Phone officially being retired as desktop Windows 10 app prepares to debut
- Poll: What OS did you move to from Windows Phone 8.1?
- New firmware update for Surface Pro 4 enables support for new Surface Pro Type Cover
- Microsoft is closing its manufacturing plant for the Surface Hub in Oregon
- Facebook Messenger will be getting plastered with ads later this year
- Skype gets improved design and sharing support in Windows 10 (updated)
- Fluent Design interface is coming to Xbox One and Xbox One X
- Destiny 2 gets a new release date alongside beta details
- Today’s Xbox One update brings custom gamerpics and arena upgrades to everyone
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