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Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 9879 wird verteilt

Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 9879 wird verteilt

Microsoft hat im Laufe des Abends damit begonnen ein weiteres Update für die Technical Preview von Windows 10 an die Teilnehmer des Windows Insider Programms zu verteilen. Das Update mit der Build-Nummer 9879 für die Technical Preview von Windows 10 umfasst diverse Neuerungen, Verbesserungen, Fehlerbehebungen und Leistungsverbesserungen, die sich weiter unten einsehen lassen. Dieses Update steht ab sofort über die die integrierte Update Funktion von Windows 10 zum Download bereit. Du erhältst eine Benachrichtigung, sobald es für dein PC verfügbar ist. Eine zusammenfassende Übersicht über die Neuerungen und Verbesserungen findet ihr weiter unten oder im offiziellen Windows Blog.

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Windows 10 Technical Preview - Build 9879 -> Release Notes

Die Build 9879 enthält die folgenden Neuerungen und Verbesserungen:

Windowing and gesture improvements

A few weeks ago at TechEd, Joe showed off a few new features in Windows 10 that are now included in today’s new build. You can now use Snap Assist when snapping apps across multiple monitors. We’ve also introduced new 3 finger gestures for precision touchpads. Here is the list of the new 3 finger gestures for you to try:

  • 3 finger up -> Task View
  • 3 finger down -> Show Desktop
  • 3 finger flick to left or right -> switches to previous app (go back 1)
  • 3 finger move left or right -> Alt-Tab (Task View) pops up and you can select the app you want (remove fingers to select)
  • 3 finger tap -> Search

New ways to use OneDrive

  • We’re also introducing changes to how OneDrive syncs your files in this build. In Windows 8.1, we use placeholders on your PC to represent files you have stored in OneDrive. People had to learn the difference between what files were “available online” versus what was “available offline” and physically on your PC. We heard a lot of feedback around this behavior. For example, people would expect that any files they see in File Explorer would be available offline by default. Then they would hop onto a flight and try to access a file they thought was on their PC and it wasn’t available because it was just a placeholder. It didn’t feel like sync was as reliable as it needed to be. For Windows 10, having OneDrive provide fast and reliable sync of your files is important. Starting with this build, OneDrive will use selective sync. This means you choose what you want synced to your PC and it will be. What you see is really there and you don’t need to worry about downloading it. You can choose to have all of your OneDrive files synced to your PC, or just the ones you select.
  • Also in Windows 8.1, there were multiple ways you could get to your OneDrive files such as through the modern OneDrive app or through File Explorer. We heard a lot of feedback around this as well. It wasn’t obvious exactly where to go for your OneDrive files. In Windows 10, we are providing people with one easy way to get to their OneDrive files – through File Explorer. To manage OneDrive, just right-click on the OneDrive icon in the notification area and click “Settings” to manage how OneDrive behaves. You’ll be able to adjust things like auto save, choose which folders are synced offline, and more.
  • If you have any feedback around these new OneDrive changes in this build – please let us know! Use the Windows Feedback app to let us know what you like or don’t like about the new design.

Internet Explorer improvements

  • The Internet Explorer Team is working hard to make significant browser improvements in Windows 10 and in this build, we are enabling our new interoperability focused Edge rendering engine for 10% of Windows Insiders. You can help us improve quality by surfing the web with Internet Explorer as you normally would and watching for broken web sites. If you see a problem, just click the smiley face feedback button in the upper right corner of IE and select “Send a Frown”.

Native MKV support

  • Some of you have noticed that Build 9860 brought native support for the MKV file format. In Build 9879, we’re making the experience “more complete”. You can now play MKV files directly from Windows Media Player, MKV files will show thumbnails and metadata in File Explorer, support for DLNA and Play To scenarios has been added, and more. We recently brought MKV support to the Xbox One. We also added platform support for H.265 HEVC for Windows 10 as well, and we’re not done here yet. More news to come on this later.

Continued UI refinements

  • We’ve also made a few UI refinements. In File Explorer, we’ve made some tweaks and you can now pin your favorite folders to Home.
  • Modern dialogs are now correctly windowed.
  • And eagle-eyed Windows Insiders will also notice a few new icons. Remember, the UX in Windows 10 right now is a work-in-progress with a lot more coming!

Windows 10 -> Weitere Infos

  • Microsoft unveils the future of Windows
    Company gives first look at Windows 10, highlighting enterprise advancements and collaboration.
  • Introducing Windows 10 for Business
    Today, Terry Myerson and Joe Belfiore announced a new approach to the way we plan, develop and deliver Windows, with a first look at Windows 10. Windows 10 is the next generation of our OS that adapts to the devices you’re on and what you’re trying to get done with a consistent, familiar and compatible experience that enables you to be more productive.
  • A First Look at Windows 10
    This is a recording of a media briefing held Sept. 30, 2014 in San Francisco, where Microsoft shared details of its new direction and roadmap with Windows 10, along with a demo of an early preview of the new operating system ->
  • Introducing Windows 10 - the best Windows yet
    Watch Windows VP Joe Belfiore talk about some of the features in Windows 10, like the new Start menu, multiple desktops, and improved multi-tasking. Learn how you can be part of creating the best Windows yet with the Tech Preview and the Windows Insider Program ->

Mehr Informationen zur Technical Preview von Windows 10 gibt es unter

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