Microsoft Could Allow Users Try Out Early Versions of Core Windows 10 Apps
Microsoft could soon allow users to install new versions of its core Windows 10 apps without the need for deploying new builds of the operating system as part of the Windows Insider program.
At this point, improvements that Microsoft rolls out for apps are first released to insiders running early versions of the next Windows 10 update. In the future, however, the company could launch a new program called Windows App Previews that would technically allow users to experiment with app updates early without necessarily being part of the original Windows Insider program.
In other words, Microsoft could launch another insider program just for apps, after the company did the same for the Office productivity suite.
Testing new features early
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