Register with your organization account and align your feedback on Windows Insider Preview builds with your organization’s specific needs. It’s as easy as 1. Register, 2. Install, 3. Engage.
Registering in the Windows Insider Program with your organization account in Azure Active Directory (AAD) lets you and your colleagues submit feedback on behalf of your organization and help shape Windows to meet your specific business needs. Registering with your organization account requires Windows 10 Version 1703 or later. If you do not have an AAD account, find out how to get an Azure Active Directory tenant.
Are you an IT administrator?
Once you have registered with your AAD account, you also have the option to manage how and when other users in your organization download Windows 10 Insider Preview builds. Requires Windows 10 Version 1703 or later.
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Installing Insider Preview builds is a great way to explore new Windows features, provide feedback and help shape future releases.
Like any pre-release software, you may encounter bugs and other issues along the way. For this reason, Insider Preview builds are made for people who know their way around a PC or device and don’t mind frequent updates with significant changes.
But don’t worry. You have a choice of Insider Preview versions. If you’re not comfortable with the early Fast Ring versions, you can always select the Slow Ring or Release Preview — which are released later, but are more stable. Find out more about rings.
Get your machine Windows 10-ready.
To install the Windows 10 Insider Preview, you’ll need to be running Windows 10.
- If your PC is currently running Windows 7/8/8.1, you can install Windows 10 here.
- If you are having problems installing Windows 10, you can install a Windows 10 Insider Preview build: Download Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO.
- To install Insider Preview builds using your AAD account, you need a PC running Windows 10 Version 1703 or later. Confirm by going to Settings>System>About.
Windows 10 Insider Preview is available in the following SKU languages:
Arabic (Saudi Arabia), Bulgarian (Bulgaria), Chinese (Simplified, China), Chinese (Traditional, Taiwan), Croatian (Croatia), Czech (Czech Republic), Danish (Denmark), Dutch (Netherlands), English (United Kingdom), English (United States), Estonian (Estonia), Finnish (Finland), French (Canada), French (France), German (Germany), Greek (Greece), Hebrew (Israel), Hungarian (Hungary), Italian (Italy), Japanese (Japan), Korean (Korea), Latvian (Latvia), Lithuanian (Lithuania), Norwegian, Bokmål (Norway), Polish (Poland), Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian (Romania), Russian (Russia), Serbian (Latin, Serbia), Slovak (Slovakia), Slovenian (Slovenia), Spanish (Mexico), Spanish (Spain, International Sort), Swedish (Sweden), Thai (Thailand), Turkish (Turkey), Ukrainian (Ukraine).
Windows 10 Insider Preview is available in the following Language Interface Packs (LIP) languages:
Afrikaans (South Africa), Albanian (Albania), Amharic, Armenian, Assamese, Azerbaijani (Latin, Azerbaijan), Bangla (Bangladesh), Bangla (India), Basque, Belarusian (Belarus), Bosnian (Latin), Catalan (Catalan), Cherokee (Cherokee), Dari, Filipino (Philippines), Galician (Galician), Georgian, Gujarati, Hindi (India), Icelandic, Indonesian (Indonesia), Irish, Kannada, Kazakh (Kazakhstan), Khmer (Cambodia), KiSwahili, Konkani, Kyrgyz, Lao (Laos), Luxembourgish, Macedonian (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia), Malay (Malaysia), Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mongolian (Cyrillic), Nepali, Norwegian (Nynorsk), Odia, Persian, Punjabi, Quechua, Scottish Gaelic, Serbian (Cyrillic, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Serbian (Cyrillic, Serbia), Sindhi (Arabic), Sinhala, Tamil (India), Tatar, Telugu, Turkmen, Urdu, Uyghur, Uzbek (Latin, Uzbekistan), Valencian, Vietnamese, Welsh.
Windows LIP language packs can only be installed over the supported base languages. To learn how to configure your input or display languages after install a language pack, see How to add and switch an input or display language to your PC.
Follow the install instructions.
Provide feedback using the Feedback Hub App2 on Windows 10. You can also view feedback submitted by other Insiders in your organization in the Feedback Hub App by filtering on 'My Organization'. Other organizations will not see your organization's name tagged to feedback.
Join the Windows Insider Tech Community to collaborate and learn from experts.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build Highlights
Here are just a few highlights of business-related features from the latest Insider Preview builds.
Windows Insider Preview Build 16273
August 23, 2017
Try out Windows 10 S on your PC
Windows 10 S brings the experiences Windows users know and love, streamlined for security and performance, by exclusively using apps in the Windows Store and ensuring that you browse safely with Microsoft Edge and keeps you running fast and secure.
Windows Insider Preview Build 16251
July 26, 2017
Improved Boot Up Experience
Use sign-in info to apply settings after a restart or update. This will help users sign-in faster and will restore accessibility applications and any other application that has registered for application restart.
Windows Insider Preview Build 16241
July 13, 2017
Recover a pin and password from the lock screen
Cloud Self Service Password Reset (Cloud SSPR) has been a really popular Azure AD Premium (AADP) feature and now we want to take this great capability one step further – Windows Integration. Users with an AADP Premium (AADP) or MSA account can now reset their password and PIN straight from the log in screen.
Windows Insider Preview Build 16232
June 28, 2017
Microsoft Edge and Windows Application Guard
Building on our earlier work, we have added support for Microsoft Edge data persistence while using Application Guard. Once enabled, data — favorites, cookies, and saved passwords — will be persisted across Application Guard sessions.3 Click here for steps on how to try this new feature.
Introducing Exploit Protection
You can now audit, configure, and manage Windows system and application exploit mitigation settings right from the Windows Defender Security Center.
An easier way to guard against ransomware
Controlled folder access in the Windows Defender Security Center can protect valuable data from malicious apps and threats, such as ransomware. If an app attempts to make a change to these files, and the app is blacklisted by the feature, you’ll get a notification about the attempt.
- Features may be available in select markets; experience may vary by region and device. Windows 10 Insider Preview may be substantially modified before it’s commercially released. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. Some product features and functionality may require additional hardware or software.
- To use this link, make sure that you have administrator rights to your machine and that it has latest Windows updates.
- Windows Defender Application Guard requires Windows 10 Enterprise Edition and Hyper-V. Your PC must be capable of running Hyper-V to use Application Guard and have Windows 10 Enterprise Insider Preview Build 16188+ installed.