The creators of Microsoft Windows 10 has released Insider preview build 15002 with plenty of changes and new features, although the exact release date for public to download is only pegged for early 2017 at this time.
First off all, Microsoft has improved their Edge browser that now includes tab previews, this will instantly help if you have loads of tabs open. Also Microsofts Flash crackdown is now in full effect, Edge now blocks untrusted Flash content and you’ll have to click to play it.
Looking beyond the web, the preview now introduces a “lower blue light” option that will gradually shift the colours to ease the strain on your eyes when darkness closes in. Not to mention you can now organise the Start menu’s title into folders, this will seem familiar if you’ve used Windows phones or Windows 10 Mobile causing you to have a lot of app shortcuts.
By now you must be thinking well is there any other improvements? Well yes, you’ll find a more app-centric option that has increased awareness of what you’re running and what you’d like to use. As we speak at this moment in time Windows is also building in a selective screen capture mode that has previously been limited to OneNote. If you’re an insider and are willing to live with the unavoidable glitches of the preview, you’ll defiantly want to give this a sneak peak.
Where to find the full list of changes – Those of you wanting to find out about all the Windows 10 Insider preview build 15002 changes can do so via Microsoft’s blog post, which gives plenty of screen grabs and feature animations too!
If you don’t want to read over 2,000 words from Microsoft’s blog post, then sit back and press play on the video below our article. This details the main features of Windows 10 Insider preview build 15002 including Microsoft Edge, Start menu, personalization, the main settings, and more.
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