As you may remember, when Windows 10 build 16199 was released, Microsoft accidentally showed a different user interface for changing commonly accessed settings. The feature is known as Control Center. A working Control Center is spotted in Windows 10 Build 16212, which has been accidentally released to some Insider PCs.
On the page announcing Windows 10 build 16199, Microsoft accidentally showed a different user interface for changing commonly accessed settings. While the screenshot was immediately removed from the announcement page and the feature is not enabled in the released build, some sharp-eyed observers were able to spot the change and save the screenshot. Let's see how it looks.