More minor changes are present in the recently released Windows 10 build 10547. This build became available for all Windows Insiders who have set their updates to the Fast Ring option. Let's take a closer look at which new options are available for USB support in this build.
One of the new features which has silently appeared in the newly released Windows 10 build 10547 is the ability to control which apps can access the call history and email on your device. The user can now explicitly set which apps can use the history of calls you made from a Windows 10 device if it has calling ability/phone feature. The same is true for email conversations.
While at first glance, Windows 10 build 10547 looks the same as Windows 10 build 10240 RTM, you can spot many small but useful changes in this build if you look closely. This is really unexpected, but Microsoft decided to update the good old environment variables editor, which had not changed since Windows 2000. Let's see how it has changed!
The recently released Windows 10 build 10547 includes a number of changes that you might not have noticed. Today, I would like to turn your attention to the Start menu changes I spotted while playing with that build. The Start menu is the feature which gets the most attention and scrutiny by users who were disappointed with Windows 8's UI. Let's see what they have changed.
It is a bit surprising but the good old Themes and Personalization Control Panels have returned in Windows 10 build 10547. Microsoft removed all classic personalization options from the Control Panel in Windows 10, and it was released to end users without these options present. However, with build 10547, the situation has changed.
More new features are being discovered by enthusiasts in the recently released Windows 10 build 10547. Today, I would like to turn your attention to three of them. The Spotlight feature is fully functional, new racially diverse emojis have been added and the ability to switch Insider accounts is new. Let's explore all of them.
A new build of Windows 10 was published by Microsoft for Windows Insiders. This time it is Windows 10 build 10547. Unlike previous post-RTM test builds which were boring, this one comes with some interesting changes.