Just as we reported yesterday, Microsoft released a new build for Windows 10 Preview. Build 15025 is now available for Windows Insiders on PC and Mobile and serves as the primary build for the second Creators Update Bug Bash, which starts tomorrow.
Build 15025 is only available to Windows Insiders using 64-bit Windows 10 PCs. Microsoft states that due to a bug in the system, its Insider Team is unable to release the new build to PCs running 32-bit (x86) versions of Windows 10.
Windows 10 build 15025 features
Although its main purpose is to prepare Insiders for this week’s Bug Bash, build 15025 also brings a couple of new features that some users will find beneficial.
The new build brings a few accessibility improvements for visually-impaired users. After announcing the feature a few builds ago, Microsoft finally introduced braille support for Windows 10’s narrator. Braille support is still in beta, so Microsoft still relies on feedback from users to make this feature even better in future builds.
Another accessibility feature is a new mono audio option in Ease of Access settings. This option allows users, mainly with limited eyesight, to hear sound from only one headphone while the other ear is free for other conversations and background sounds.
Feedback Hub also received an important improvement in this build. Microsoft just announced Collections for Feedback Hub, a new feature that will sort similar problems under one category so that users can browse through them more easily.
And finally, the new build also brings Night light improvements. Namely, “the night light color temperature range has been extended to go down to very red (1200 K) and the entire range of the slider now works correctly.”
Besides the new features and improvements, build 15025 for Windows 10 also brings some bug fixes and known issues of its own. To find more info about bug fixes and known issues, check out Microsoft’s official build announcement blog post.
Windows 10 Mobile build 15025
Build 15025 for Windows 10 Mobile improve the Edge experience as the browser will now read aloud your e-books just like on PC. The new Collections feature for Feedback Hub and mono audio option in Ease of Access settings are available on Windows 10 Mobile, as well. To find more info about bug fixes and known issues, check out Microsoft’s build announcement blog post.
In case you’ve already installed the new build, please let us know in the comments if you’ve encountered any issues after downloading it.
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