Microsoft have released another Windows 10 Fall Creators Update build for Windows Insiders on the fast ring. The new build is packed with new features including improvements in Microsoft Edge, EPUB support and UI Improvements. Once again there are a lot of changes, here are some of the highlights (via Microsoft)
For Microsoft Edge there is better control over closing tabs and you can now import cookies and settings from Chrome into Edge. In EPUP books via Microsoft Edge you can now do Copy and ask Cortana.
You can also add ink notes to EPUB books.
Microsoft Edge has a new way saving favourites
You can also edit URLs in favourites:
Other changes include improvements to the touch panel (with more languages available)
Other UI and reliability improvements including:
We fixed an issue where the X to close would turn white on white if you hovered a mouse over it.
We fixed an issue where the touch keyboard would stop launching after you had used the Emoji Panel.
We’ve adjusted the emoji section so that it now scrolls horizontally.
We’ve added more padding to the emoji section when using the one-handed keyboard.
We’ve added a language key to the one-handed keyboard for easier language switching.
The emoji section will now stay open after you input an emoji, so you can enter all the emoji you want at once.
We’ve adjusted the size of our wide keyboard layout to be a bit bigger.
There is also a progress meter for OneDrive on demand files.
The GPU usage has been added Task Manager:
There are improvements to the UI, currency calculator in the Calculator app a lot more.
Read Microsoft’s post for the full details and lookout for my hands on video soon.