New Windows 10 Build 10551 to Bring Improvements to the Edge Browser
The current Windows 10 build, version 10547, has been found to cause a lot of problems for those who’ve installed it. But there are already leaks online suggesting that a fresh new build is being prepared.
A couple of screenshots of the upcoming Windows 10 Build 10551 have leaked online already, giving a preview of what new features it would bring to Windows 10 users. What this new build seems to be focusing on is bringing improvements to the Microsoft Edge browser.
As it turns out, the new build allows Windows 10 users to sync their favorites and reading list across Windows devices. Furthermore, a scroll click on the Edge icon from the taskbar or the Start menu or desktop icon will produce a new Edge Window. The tab preview feature is also said to be coming for the Edge browser in the upcoming Windows 10 build.
The synchronized bookmarks feature appeared in build 10551, but it was turned off by default. As it turns out, these new features were among the top requests via the Windows Insider Feedback hub. Thus, this is clear indication that Microsoft has started taking even more seriously community feedback.
However, at the moment, it’s not sure when will build 10550 be available for download, but we will be keeping an eye out for that and will inform you once it happens.
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