Technology Microsoft publishes Windows 10 Build 19631 and a virtual machine for ARM devices

10:40  22 may  2020
10:40  22 may  2020 Source:   drwindows.de

Windows 10: 32 bit version no longer on new devices

 Windows 10: 32 bit version no longer on new devices © Provided by Dr. Windows Windows Logo The 64 bit version of Windows 10 has become more and more established in recent years. Therefore, Microsoft is now taking the logical step and removing the 32-bit version for OEMs from the range. manufacturers who bring ready-made PCs with Windows 10 to the market may only install the 64-bit variant ex works from version 2004 (May update). The minimum requirements for hardware have been adjusted accordingly.

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Microsoft released Buils 19631 for the Windows Insider in the Fast Ring on Thursday evening. As in the past few weeks, everything exciting has been told by naming the number, again only bug fixes are included. The Insider program is waiting for the starting signal for the new Windows 10 development cycle, which I actually expected to build. Apparently you wait until the May update is "on the road".

For owners of a Windows on ARM device who are keen to experiment, Microsoft has a small treat ready: From the download page for installation images you can now download a VHDX file based on Windows on ARM Build 19624. With build 19559, Microsoft released Hyper-V under Windows on ARM, which however could not be used because there were no installation media anywhere. With this virtual hard drive you can now test the virtualization.

Too bad, I sent the Galaxy Book S back to Samsung on Wednesday. If I had known this, I would have extended the loan for a few more days.

Microsoft USB-C Travel Hub now available .
© provided by Dr. Windows Microsoft USB Travel Hub Together with the new generation of Surface devices, Microsoft has also announced a USB-C Travel Hub, which, however, does not carry any surface branding. At an ambitious price, it is still a suitable addition to the Surface devices, which now all have a USB-C connection, in terms of design.

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