Microsoft released a new Windows 10 preview with lots of features and improvements. This is first new update from Microsoft in 2017 and shows what is coming in Windows 10 Creator Update, it is stated to release in early 2017.
Windows 10 is a massive service and it was developed in a very different way than its predecessors so it is regularly updated with not only the bug fixes but also with new features. Microsoft has released many updates till date but this Creative Update will be a major one and follows the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Here some of the updates that Microsoft has made:
- Updated Windows 10 Share experience, redesigned to become more app-focused
- You can now Lower Blue Light settings to automatically lower the amount of blue light emitted from your PC at night
- From this update, Windows Defender has improved several new features including new options to run quick, advanced or full scans such as device performance and health scans that provide reports on your PC’s health
- This update has increased Cortana’s helpfulness, she can now provide a list of suggested app, specific commands when you’re typing in an app into the search box for greater ease
- This update had brought the all new Tab management for Microsoft Edge and various other feature additions that aim to enhance the browsing experience
Microsoft’s browser-Edge now has a new tab preview bar that gives you a visual preview of every tab you have open without leaving your page(below). Edge also has a proper Jump List in the Taskbar, for launching a new window or In-Private window. Stability has been improved. It also lets you set tabs aside to give you a clean screen. Last but not least, Edge now has the preview that supports for the Payment Request API.
The Windows pencil, ink pen, and highlighter control now visually indicate which color is selected. Point erase has been added to the Windows Ink Workspace’s Sketchpad and Screen Sketch.
Windows 10 can now automatically lower the amount of blue light emitted from your PC at night.
The update of Windows 10 had fixed many bugs:
- Updated the Speaker Properties dialog to now allow you to configure Spatial Audio for different endpoints.
- An issue that Insiders may have experienced on navigating to OneDrive all files could unexpectedly result in pop-up explains that there is a ‘Catastrophic’ error, has been fixed.
- An issue that could result in a Visual Studio crash when trying to open, add, or save a file has been fixed.
- An issue Insiders using PCs with certain older chipsets from seeing colored boxes in the place of text and various other UI in UWPs apps has been fixed.
- An issue is the Home and End keys were unexpectedly not working on certain pages, for example, “Apps & features” has been fixed.
- An issue that could cause some progress indicators in UWP apps to appear to wobble or glitch has been fixed.
- 3D Builder app has been moved to the “Windows Accessories”.
- An issue fixed where the display brightness keys on some devices weren’t working.
- An issue where the display may stay black after resuming from sleep if there is an USB display connected has been fixed.
- An issue where opening an app that uses the camera, such as the Camera app, would sometimes result in a bug check has been fixed.
- A crash in the RPCSS service which in turn was resulting in some Insiders experiencing CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED bug checks on recent builds has fixed.
- An issue for touch keyboards sometimes requiring multiple clicks to invoke on non-touch PCs has been fixed.
- An issue where Disk Cleanup would sometimes unexpectedly show a 3.99TB worth of Windows Update Cleanup files has been fixed.
- An issue where Touchpad settings page via Settings > Devices > Touchpad wasn’t displaying an icon next to its name in the navigation pane has been fixed.
- An issue that may have resulted in a recent drop in Action Center reliability for Insiders has been fixed.
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