We are excited to announce the latest version of the Surface Hub operating system, Windows 10 Team 2020 Update, is now available for preview through the Windows Insider Program.
This Windows Insider Preview release delivers major improvements to device deployment and manageability along with the latest Windows 10 features. It’s available for both the first-generation Surface Hub 55-inch model and the latest Surface Hub 2S 50-inch device. Support for the first-generation Surface Hub 84-inch model will be included in the final release of Windows 10 Team 2020 Update.
This update addresses top customer requests, starting with full support for organizations using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to manage their Surface Hub devices:
We also added features to help customers configure and manage their Surface Hub devices:
Finally, this update introduces significant improvements to help end-users meet and collaborate on a Surface Hub device:
Support for the new Microsoft Edge:
Customers can install the new Microsoft Edge, which has been rebuilt from the ground up to bring you world-class compatibility and performance, the security and privacy you deserve, and new features designed to bring you the best of the web. For details on installing the new Microsoft Edge, see Install and configure the new Microsoft Edge on Surface Hub.
In meeting rooms that feature a Surface Hub and a Microsoft Teams Room device, or spaces with two Surface Hub devices, Coordinated Meetings enable users to easily leverage both devices during a Microsoft Teams meeting. With a single tap, users can join a meeting from either device and maximize screen real estate by showing video feeds on one device, and a digital whiteboard or content on the other. Windows 10 Team 2020 Update adds Mobile Device Management (MDM) support to configure Coordinated Meetings, and the feature will be subsequently released as a Microsoft Teams update through Microsoft Store.
To download the update, simply enroll your Surface Hub device to the Windows Insider Program. For additional information, see Install Windows 10 Team 2020 Update Preview Build.
We invite you to send us your insights and suggestions through Microsoft Service & Support (CSS) or Microsoft Premier. For known issues, see Known issues: Windows 10 Team 2020 Update Preview Build.
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