Windows 10 build 10158 updates Print
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Tuesday, 30 June 2015 04:42

Windows 10 build 10158 updates

After what seemed like a feeding frenzy of news regarding Microsoft's future, Gabe and the Windows team decided to push quietly out the latest build of Windows 10 to Insiders. Windows 10 build 10158 for PCs dropped a little later in the day and is bringing some final refinements just ahead of the Windows 10 July release date. According to the Windows Dev blog, Insiders upgrading to build 10158 can expect to see some great new features and improvements for you to try. General UX improvements and refinement: You’ll continue to see general UX improvements and refinement in this build. For Continuum, you’ll see a lot of bug fixes as well as improved Tablet mode animations, improved support for Windows 8/8.1 apps and classic (Win32) apps in Tablet mode. And when using the Start Menu, you can swipe up on the left side to open All apps. This also works in Tablet mode, when you have opened up the left side of Start behind the hamburger menu. Additionally, in All apps – you can click on a letter to quickly go to apps on the All apps list under that letter. Taskbar: On the Taskbar, when an app needs your attention, it will now flash in orange. And when you download something or move files around in File Explorer, the progress animation in the Taskbar has been changed back to green and back to animating horizontally (instead of white and animating vertically seen in the previous build – thanks for the feedback!). Cortana integration with Office 365: With this build, you’ll be able to try out the Cortana integration with Office 365 if your company is opted into First Release for Office 365. Cortana is already great at letting you quickly see what your day is going to look like, when and where to go for your first meeting, get a sense of travel times to work, or even get updates for upcoming trips from your calendar...Surely this has sparked your attention, and you have a yearning for more which means you should visit windows8newsinfo forum.