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A day after Microsoft brought the Windows 10 Insider build 15063 to the Fast Ring, the SDK and emulator have leaked for developers. There are no changelogs available for either update yet.
SDK and Mobile Emulator builds 14393.33 may be the final public releases before the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
The build is yet to be released to those in the Windows Insider Program, but can be already accessed on the PC.
The x64 application emulator for Windows 10 on ARM will reach Windows Insiders this fall, Microsoft’s Panos Panay confirmed.
It seems Microsoft’s Surface Duo won’t be postponed like the Surface Neo, with a new emulator image now available.
An Android emulator is finally available natively in Windows due to support in Microsoft's Hyper-V. The tool can be run in tandem with Docker, VMs, and other tools.
In what could be another reason to send Windows phone users to Android, Microsoft has now banned all emulators on the Windows Store.
A new report suggests Microsoft’s emulation development to bring x86 apps to Windows 10 Mobile and Continuum will be launched in fall 2017. Could this coincide with a return to smartphone hardware?
The Universal Emulator allows Sega and Nintendo games to be played on Windows 10. However, it has been removed after an attempt to publish on the Xbox One was denied by Microsoft.
Xamarin is Microsoft’s way to easily create cross platform applications in single code, and it is coming free to Visual Studio users.
Users can now download the SDK of Windows 10 16257, which launched with the Eye Control feature a week ago. The latest Mobile Emulator is also available.
Windows 10 Preview Build 16288 landed on the Fast Ring a week ago and is now making its way to other preview branches.
Windows 10 build 15063.11 is the first patch for what is known to be the RTM version of the Creators Update. The cumulative release is available across Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings.
The SDK for Windows 10 build 15063 has been officially made available. This is the RTM build for the Creators Update, which will be fully launched on April 11.
The company has enabled users to download and update their PCs to Windows 10 build 15063, which is the RTM build number for the Creators Update. Microsoft has also released the official Windows 10 build 15063 ISOs.
The Windows Subsystem for Android is expanding to the Dev Channel, bringing Android apps to Windows 11.
Insiders can now use Windows Subsystem for Android, allowing them to install Android apps on Windows 11.
Windows hacker XDeltaXForce has got the upcoming Windows 10X running on a Surface Pro 7 and here are the results.
With Modern Standby in Windows 10X, users of the upcoming modular Windows 10 will have app connectivity in standby mode.
A report suggests Microsoft is preparing to release an x64 app emulator for Windows 10 on ARM later this year.
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