Fast Ring is one of the final steps before the improvements are made part of the actual release
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows 10 Insider Build 14931 has now been released for the Fast ring of the Insider team which includes more additions and improvements to the OS.
Redstone 2 has been in development for more than two months already, and we should start seeing the introduction of major features not too long from now. For this build, Dona Sakar notes in her blog post about the Insider Preview release that this update doesn’t include new features, but app updates instead.
First is the Feedback Hub that’s been updated to the latest version, and with it, two new features have been introduced that include a dark mode and a settings page for the author. Both were in-demand features from users and their introduction will be largely appreciated. Next is Maps on Windows 10 that’s also been updated to the latest version, and it also brings a dark mode and an option to change the app theme. Traffic details for your work and home routes have also been added so that you can stay on top of the situation on your routes.
Users can now also send and receive SMS and MMS messages using their Windows 10 PCs if Skype is set as the default messaging app on their Windows 10 Mobile device. Also, native support for USB Audio 2.0 has been added to the latest Insider Preview build. While it does not support a lot of functions but mostly audio playback only, users are encouraged to fiddle around with it for results.