A relatively quiet week for news from Microsoft, perhaps due to the 4th July holiday on Friday.
- Windows 10 admins with challenges managing large multi language Windows images will be pleased to hear about Local Experience Packs (LXPs). LXPs enable twice as many languages out of the box with less than half the storage space.
- Linear algebra fans will be keen to know Windows Calculator is now receiving this functionality.
- A slew of new features for OneDrive for Business including; easier ways to access content shared by others; see all content you have shared; nicer sharing integration in Teams; and, file size limit increased from 15GB to 100GB. Definitely worth checking out if you use OneDrive for Business.
- Windows 10 version penetration statistics are available for June, based on survey data from AdDuplex. The statistics include the May 2020 release of Windows 10 (2004) with 7% penetration. Version 1903 (May 2019 release) has the most penetration with 46.2% and then Version 1909 (November 2019 release) with 35.7%.
- Microsoft has started to apply changes to Windows 10 Insider releases from frequency to quality terminology; its now Channels instead of Rings! Dev and Beta, replaces Fast and Slow.