One of the most interesting changes in the recently released Windows 10 build 14951 is the ability to launch Win32 apps directly from the Bash on Ubuntu console. It is able to handle both Win32 and console tools.
Windows 10 build 14951 is out for Windows Insiders but official ISO images are not available as it is a Fast Ring build. Here is how you can get ISO images which you can use to install this build from scratch.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 build 14951. Windows Insiders who are on the Fast Ring are getting it. Here is a set of direct links to MUI files (x86 and x64) for Windows 10 build 14951.
Just 5 days ago Microsoft released Windows 10 build 14946. However, today a new build is ready for Windows Insiders. The new one, Windows 10 build 14951, should reach your PC if you are on the Fast Ring of Insider updates. Let's see which changes it includes.
Almost every Windows user is familiar with Windows Live Essentials. It started with Windows 7 as a set of apps which provide essential functionality for a fresh installation of Windows. It has a nice email client, a photo viewing and organizing app, the now-discontinued Live Messenger, Live Writer for bloggers, and the infamous Movie Maker video editor. Soon, Microsoft will remove it in favor of Universal apps available in the Windows Store and bundled with Windows 10.
Did you know that Windows 10 allows you to display the time from various cities and countries as a tile in the Start menu? There are no third party tools required. Everything can be done with apps you already have.
If you are curious to find out if your Windows 10 PC has a Trusted Platform Module (TPM), here is a simple method which will help you to determine it. Just follow the steps in this article.
Every network adapter you have installed in your PC, laptop or tablet has a physical address called the "MAC address". The MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to each network interface for communication on the physical network segment. With a single command, you can retrieve the details for all network adapters installed in your Windows 10 device.
Sometimes it is useful to have one click access to Recent Files from the Start menu. In Windows 7, such an ability was a built-in feature of the Start menu. The new Start menu of Windows 10 does not come with this option. Let's add the link to recent files to the Start menu of Windows 10.
In Windows 10, it is possible to get information about the BIOS using the command line. If you need to print it out or just view your BIOS version without restarting your PC or using a third party tool, here is how it can be done.