Microsoft Teams: Free Version of Whiteboard app Available

The Microsoft Whiteboard app was available as a pre-release version for Windows 10 since December 2017 and has been downloaded more than 200,000 times, according to Microsoft. As of the preview label officially withdrawned, and  followed by a version for iOS. Also a web version is planned.

What is Microsoft Whiteboard anyway?
The whiteboard app is a modified and modern version of the app that was previously available exclusively on the Surface Hub. It is planned that the latter will be discontinued in the future and replaced by the now generally available whiteboard app.

Microsoft whiteboard can be used on any Windows 10 PC, but unfolds its full potential but naturally on a tablet with pen input. Sketches can be made on the whiteboard, as well as insert images or content from the clipboard. Notes can be added in the form of virtual PostIts.

The special feature: You do not work alone on the whiteboard, several people can participate at the same time and follow the work of the other participants in real time (I’ve already tried that, it works impressively well and fast). It works with both Office 365 business accounts and Microsoft private accounts. In addition, the whiteboards sync across all Windows 10 devices sync.

Fresh Updates for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile

When the iOS version is released, is not fixed yet, but it should happen soon. In addition, there should be a web client that can then be used via a browser on any device. An Android version is also in planning, but there is no further information.

As usual, Microsoft released new cumulative updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 as of July, and also served Windows 10 Mobile. As usual, Patchday has the latest security updates as well as the latest bug fixes in a package, which includes all other updates for each version.

Windows 10 Version 1803 (April Update)
KB4338819 – OS Build 17134.165: In addition to the mentioned security and bug fixes, there is even a small innovation for developers: The debugging of WebView content in Universal App is now supported, the Microsoft Edge DevTools Preview App must be loaded from the store.

Windows 10 Version 1709 (Case Creators Update)
KB4338825 – OS Build 16299.547: Mainly fixes bugs in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, but also fixes a problem with using Google Chrome. There is also a “known issue” with this update: In Task Scheduler, alerts may appear in English rather than in the default language.

Windows 10 Version 1703 (Creators Update)
KB4338826 – OS Build 15063.1206: In addition to security updates and fixes, includes a hardware and software compatibility update that optimizes the update to a newer version of Windows 10.

Windows 10 Version 1607 (Anniversary Update)
KB4338814 – OS build 14393.2363: Available only as part of the advanced support because this version is no longer supported.

Windows 10 Version 1507 (First Release)
KB4338829 – OS build 10240.17914: Available only as part of advanced support as this version is no longer supported.

Windows 10 Mobile Version 1709
The update KB4341235 for Windows 10 Mobile removes the operating system build to 15254.490. The 1709 version is known to be a small “label swindle” and is based on version 1703, so all the fixes from the KB433826 update are included. More is not mentioned in the changelog.

Windows 10 Mobile Version 1703

Build 15063.1206, which was rolled out for the PC version (see above), is also available for Windows 10 Mobile.