Microsoft Celebrates 5th Anniversary of Windows 10


It’s been five years since the Windows maker introduced its Windows as a Service concept, with the release of Windows 10. Since then Microsoft has released two feature updates focusing on new features and improvements almost every year, along with regular monthly cumulative updates focusing on bug fixes. With now over a billion active devices running on Windows 10, the software maker is considering to introduce Windows 10X next year, which will be an expression of Windows 10 initially designed exclusively for foldable devices.

Celebrating its anniversary today, the company is releasing a new build for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel (previously known as the Fast ring).

What’s new in Build 20180

We are turning on much of the new features mentioned on July 1st in Build 20161 including theme-aware tiles on Start. The new pinned sites capability mentioned with last week’s flight of Build 20175 is still only available to a subset of Insiders.

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