Windows Insider Preview is a special program which allows users to receive pre-release versions of Windows 10. By joining it, you will get all the new features that are on the way to the production branch of the OS. Starting in Windows 10 version 1903, you can automatically leave the Insider Program and opt your PC out once a major feature update is released.
As you may already know, the Windows Insider program includes a number of rings (levels) which define how often you will receive app updates and new Windows builds, and how stable they will be. Today, we will see how to change your Windows Insider Program ring. We will review two methods: Settings and a Registry tweak.
Windows Insider Preview is a special program which allows users to receive pre-release versions of Windows 10. By joining it, you will get all the new features that are on the way to the production branch of the OS. If you realize that it is time to leave the program at this point, here is how it can be done.
Microsoft is continuously releasing preview builds to Insiders on several Rings of updates for different devices running Windows. It can be complicated to keep your eye on things, and remember which build is the most recent for each branch. Flight Hub is a new helpful tool to solve this task.
Microsoft is constantly working on improving the way their Insider Program members are sharing feedback about any of their products. Making the Feedback Hub on Windows 10 even better is clearly a part of this effort. Recently, the company has started rolling out a new Feedback Hub app update (version 1.1703.971.0) for its Windows Insider Fast ring users. It includes sharing improvements, new settings for notifications and some general improvements and bug fixes.