Windows 10 build 16251 lets you link your phone to a PC, improves boot up times
Windows Insiders are always excited for a new build to test, and for good reason: it’s quite a privilege to get a glimpse at the many upcoming Windows 10 features.
Microsoft recently rolled out Windows 10 build 16251 for PC, adding a few extra new feature to the OS.
What’s new in Windows 10 build 16251s
No news for Windows Server
While the PC and mobile versions of the OS recently received new build versions, Windows Server is not on the list.
The Skip Ahead feature
Insiders on the Fast Ring have now access to a new function called Skip Ahead, an option that allows them to skip to the next update. If you enable this option now, however, you’ll get the same Windows 10 build 16251.
Link your phone to PC
The new phone link feature allows smartphones to pair with computers, which can be of tremendous help for those who need to work both from their phones and computers at the same time with the use of fast and smooth transitions.
Improved boot up times
Windows 10 computers can now automatically re-open all the applications that were closed prior to a reboot. This is a very useful feature as it allows picking up work right where one might have left off before rebooting or completing a system update.
New Cortana improvements
There are also a bunch of new improvements for Cortana, Microsoft’s digital AI assistant, including a series of new voice commands.
Have you installed build 16251 on your PC? Tell us more about your experience in the comments below.
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