Microsoft has officially kicked off the internal sign-off process for the Windows 10 'Anniversary Update', which after several months of development is almost ready for the public. Internal sources have confirmed to me that build 14384 is the first 'release to manufacturing' or RTM candidate build to have been compiled and that we should have a final build ready for the public by the end of next week if everything goes well.
They did not address it because not allowing us to DVR TV was by design, a very much per-meditated decision, not a mistake.
I think the most interesting new feature is being able to play games on both PC and XBox but a brand new Xbox is needed for that though...
I haven't been following as much lately....Did they address the media center situation yet ??
Make it a pay for app or leave it up to third parties ??
Which one, please post which TV guide it is using and how it's working in comparison to Windows Media Center TV Guide.
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'Cuda340, that's also an interesting quote.
I thought they wouldn't release this before the free upgrade ends.
Will the general public be able to download Windows 10 Anniversary Update before July 29?