Microsoft will allow non-Insiders to test upcoming Windows 10 app updates via new 'app previews'

Microsoft would obviously love it if developers fully embraced its Universal Windows App (UWP) platform and focused entirely on building apps for Windows 10. We will just have to wait and see how things ultimately play out. In the meantime, Microsoft is rolling out a new way of testing app updates in Windows 10, one that could vastly alter

Microsoft will allow non-Insiders to test upcoming Windows 10 app updates via new 'app previews'

Microsoft's Windows Insider Program has been the source of quite a few interesting Windows 10 updates. Most recently, the software giant began testing password-free login for Windows 10 ...

Mon 12 Feb 18 from Techspot

Microsoft Tests Individual Preview Programs For Windows 10 Apps

Microsoft would obviously love it if developers fully embraced its Universal Windows App (UWP) platform and focused entirely on building apps for Windows 10. We will just have to wait and see ...

Mon 12 Feb 18 from HotHardware

Microsoft makes it easier to preview Windows apps

If you're looking to get a peek at what cool features are coming to Windows apps in the future, then you pretty much need to run an Insider build. But Microsoft realizes that some ...

Mon 12 Feb 18 from Engadget

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