Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Administrative templates. For the most part you already have them, if you have Windows 10 installed, but now you can install them even if you don’t yet have installed Windows 10 itself. After you have them installed, you can copy them to your GPO Central Store. Besides the ones already available in Windows 10, there are some new ones in the installer below :
Today Microsoft has shown the latest build of Windows 10 during their ‘Windows 10 – the next chapter’� event which was held at the Microsoft HQ in Seattle. Windows 10 Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 customers. Only for the customers who upgrade their current version in the first year after launch. From that time Microsoft will keep that device, during it’s lifetime, up to date with new updates and features.
Just a few moments again Brandon LeBlanc posted a blog where he announced that we can all watch the Windows 10 Media Briefing (a.k.a. announcement of the Windows 10 Consumer Preview) live via http://www.microsoft.com/windows10story. “An on-demand version will be available shortly after the event at the same link. We’re pretty excited about this event and to be able to talk about what’s next for Windows 10. You’ll hear directly from senior leaders from the Operating Systems Group including Terry Myerson, Joe Belfiore and Phil Spencer as well as our CEO Satya Nadella!
Today Microsoft has released a new build of their latest client operating system : Build 9860 of the Windows 10 Technical Preview. The new build will be installed automatically via Windows Updates, but if you can’t wait you have to press the Check now button at the Update and recovery section in the PC Settings. After that you can simply press the Download now button and Windows 10 will download the latest build from Microsoft.
The Insider Program is live, you can register (to download Windows Technical Preview) at http://insider.windows.com 2 When you’re an Insider you can give feedback, get help….and also download the Windows Technical Preview. All three the links are still down at the moment, but you can probably access them around 9:00am PDT / 18:00 CET. **EMAIL ** Shortly after you registered you will receive the following email : This are the links mentioned in the email:
Microsoft has published the video of the Windows 10 announcement presentation. Check it out below.
Microsoft has announced that the name of their new client operation system will be Windows 10. Some of the new (confirmed!) features are: Start menu (is back!) Everything runs in a window Snap enhancements New task view button Multiple desktops Find files faster Command Prompt understands CTRL+V (finally!) 2 Start menu: The familiar Start menu is back, but it brings with it a new customizable space for your favorite apps and Live Tiles.
On September 30th at 10am PDT (What’s that in my timezone?) Microsoft will host an event where they will tell us everything about the upcoming version of Windows. Sadly enough there isn’t a live stream available, but there will be some live blogs available during the event. You can follow the event at the following websites/blogs (I will add more sources when I ran into them): The Verge And if you’re looking for the download location and other important stuff about the Windows Technical Preview?
Microsoft has announced their new version of Windows and named it Windows 10. Starting October 1st, you can register for the Windows Insider Program and download the Windows 10 Technical Preview. Direct Links Download Windows Technical Preview� (available from October 1st, 9:00am PDT) Explore what’s new (on TechNet) : Link1 | Link2 (not available yet) Microsoft Support Forums Stay Informed Join Insider Program, help shape the future of Windows If you want to follow the Windows Technical Preview event, please check my other post for more info.
Today Microsoft has announced a press event for September 30th in San Francisco. It is to expect that they will announce Windows 9, currently known under the codename Windows Treshold. Microsoft will probably deliver a� Windows Technical Preview� during the event so that every Microsoft geen can download and check it out. The last few weeks a couple of video’s and pictures leaked which showed the return of the Start Menu, a notification center and virtuel desktops.