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Sticky Notes 3.1 is now available to everyone on version 1803 and higher

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve been testing an update to Sticky Notes in Skip Ahead. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re rolling out that major update to everyone on Windows version 1803 and higher! A few highlights in this version: We tested the waters with the Charcoal Note, and you all seemed keen to go even darker! ….

The Windows Insider Feedback Leaderboard

Every day, Windows Insiders like you help make Windows even better. Whether it’s a brilliant suggestion for a new feature — or an insight into how we can make existing features even better — we are continually impressed with your feedback. Now we’d like to send a little recognition your way — with our new Windows Insider Leaderboard. This leaderboard….

LinkedIn Learning Courses

Give your career a boast, sharpen your technical skills, expand your mind. Check out these exciting new LinkedIn Learning course — free for a limited time to Windows Insiders. (Offer ends January 14, 2019.) Microsoft Mixed Reality Development Weekly Tips Looking to take your mixed reality project to the next level? Join industry leader Neil Roodyn and his team each….

Welcome to the Windows Insider Feedback Leaderboard

Every day, Windows Insiders like you help make Windows even better. Whether it’s a brilliant suggestion for a new feature — or an insight into how we can make existing features even better — we are continually impressed with your feedback. Now we’d like to send a little recognition your way — with our new Windows Insider Leaderboard. This leaderboard….

New 19H1 Achievement Badges

New achievement badges are now available for keeping your machine current with 19H1 Windows 10 Insider preview builds. Unlock each one by updating your machine with the number of builds indicated for that badge. Badges are awarded weekly to Insiders. All Insider rings qualify, but the Fast and Slow ring builds will advance you to the next level of achievement.….

Introducing the Windows Internals Series: One Windows Kernel

One of the pieces of feedback we regularly hear is that our fans want more detailed and technical articles diving deep into the behind-the-scenes on the development of the Windows OS. To address this feedback, we’re officially kicking off the Windows Internals series of articles today. Some of these articles will be new content published here on our Windows Insider….

Join us at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference

Are you a CTO, a Business Decision Maker, an IT Professional or an Enterprise Developer? Do you like to know what’s coming next for tech before everyone around you? Do you want a Microsoft product team to come and visit your organization to help with your digital transformation? Then you absolutely must join Dona Sarkar during her keynote “Be the….

Feedback Hub introduces ability to indicate severity of issues

Today we have enabled a new feature in the Feedback Hub. You can now provide an indication of the severity of your issue and how it is impacting your experience when filing new feedback. We believe this will allow us to better monitor the most impactful issues even when feedback volume is low. To get this to customers as quickly….

Servicing comes to the Slow Ring (and why that’s big news)

Something very interesting has happened to Windows 10 Insiders Preview builds in the Slow Ring over the past few months: They’re being released more regularly — and with increased reliability. It’s all part of a commitment we made earlier this year to start servicing the Windows Insider Slow Ring. This is especially good news for businesses who use the Insider….

Timeline on Mobile Beta FAQ

Timeline for Android It’s easy to forget what we were working on, especially when it was days or weeks ago. Timeline helps you jump back into something you were doing – like working on a document or browsing a website – on your phone or any of your Windows 10 PCs. Share activities with others straight from your timeline or….