Windows 10 makes it possible to request apps from Android developers

In Windows 10 build 14356 which was released for Insiders, users are able to sync their Android device notifications with Windows 10. The latest Insider Preview allows the user to directly request the developer of the Android app which produced the notification to create a Universal (Metro) app for Windows 10.

Windows 10 build 14361 comes with Active Hours feature

Windows 10 Anniversary Update includes a new feature, which allows the user to customize "active hours" during which you are expected to be using your PC or phone. No updates will be installed, and no restarts will be scheduled during those hours, so it seems to be a way to keep the user in control although the OS still doesn't let you manually install updates. With Windows 10 build 14361, Microsoft has refined this feature.

Bash on Ubuntu got a huge update in Windows 10 build 14361

Yesterday, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 14361 to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring of updates. Besides the list of changes Microsoft initially announced, this build comes with improvements to the Ubuntu Bash console of the Subsystem for Linux feature. Let's see in detail what is new in Bash on Ubuntu in Windows 10 build 14361.

Windows 10 build 14361 is rolled out for Fast Ring insiders

Yesterday, Microsoft pushed a fresh build of Windows 10 for Fast Ring insiders of the Windows Insider Program. Build 14361 is the first build from the Redstone branch which identifies itself as "version 1607". Let's see which changes are included under the hood of this build.