The new update brings in major visual changes to the OS and provides a sneak peek of what is yet to come
Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows 10 insiders can rejoice, as the latest build 14328, for both Windows 10 desktops and mobile, is now live. The latest build brings in a ton of new features from the upcoming Windows 10 anniversary update. Let us have a look at what this massive update brings to the table.
According to recent reports, the latest update brings in many new changes to the Windows 10 OS. The much awaited updates to the Action Center are finally here, and some features and improvements that are to come with the Anniversary update for Windows 10 are also included in this preview build. It also includes the upcoming changes to the Windows 10 lock screen, which adds the Cortana personal assistant to it along with the much awaited Windows Ink.
Interestingly, the latest update sort of brings in a completely revamped Windows experience and every visual aspect of the operating system has been changed. This includes major changes to the Start Menu, Action Center, Lock Screen and Settings menu. Also, the new update brings in battery life improvements, and if you are using Windows Mobile based devices or the Surface Pro, you are going to notice a bit of improvement in the battery life area.
The new update is possibly one of the most feature packed updates that Windows 10 insiders have seen so far. However, there is the fine print that comes attached with every insider build, which means that all of the features and the changes are implemented with “very little stabilization work done in the background”. This basically means that there are bound to be issues and problems after you update to this new build. So, keeping that in mind, if you are planning to check out the new features, be sure to install the latest update on a PC that is not important in your daily cycle. You could install it on your backup computer if you have the itch to check out the sneak peek to the new update.