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Windows 10 Version 1809: Insider Preview 17744 Released

UPDATE 9/7: Today, we have released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17744.1004 to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring as a Cumulative Update (KB4462775). This update includes the following fixes:

Windows 10 Version 1809: Insider Preview 17744 released

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It's only been a week since the last Slow ring build, but today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17744 to the Slow ring. This build is also serviced from the Fast ring variant. It includes KB4459375, which has a single fix for an issue that caused a green screen of death (GSOD) when logging out of or shutting down your PC.

Last week, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 17744 to Insiders in the Slow ring. The official ISO images are now available for this build, so interested users can download them and install the OS from scratch.

Microsoft released Windows Server 2019 on October 2, 2018. From Windows 2000 and up until this Windows version, you could call a WinAPI function GetVersionEx with a struct OSVERSIONINFOEX and depending on the variables of dwMajorVersion, dwMinorVersion and wProductType determine Windows version, for example, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012 R2. The code everyone used was something like this:

The last stable release of the PowerShell scripting solution, version 7.2, was only just released in November, but Microsoft is already at work on its successor. Preview 1 of PowerShell 7.3 has been available since December, and Microsoft has said additional details about the release will come in the first quarter.

.NET 7 will be released alongside Entity Framework Core 7, the next version of Microsoft's object-relational .NET mapper. Entity Framework Core 7 will represent a turning point for Microsoft, according to Ramel. "It continues the company's move from the old Entity Framework scheme that was part of the Windows-only .NET Framework, which was supplanted by the cross-platform, open source 'Core' lineup, which itself subsequently dropped the 'Core' designation for just .NET 6, .NET 7 and so on." [BACK TO PRODUCT LIST]


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