Microsoft has just released a new build for Windows 10 Preview. The new build is dubbed 14352, and it is already available to Insiders on the Fast ring. Besides a huge number of bug fixes and improvements, the new release also brought a couple of new features to the system.
Just like some previous Redstone builds, this one also brought some Cortana improvements. Insiders can now tell Cortana to play their favorite song, by simply saying “Hey Cortana , play <song name>.” This command also works with artists, and playlists from Groove Music. You can also set a timer in Cortana, for the personal assistant to remind you about something. Just say “Hey Cortana, set a timer for 10/15/20 minutes,” and she’ll let you know when the time is right.
Build 14352 also brought a lot of Windows Ink improvements, including adding a compass to the Windows Ink ruler, Sketchpad improvements, and more. You can even set reminders in Cortana, based on your Sticky Notes.
Microsoft also updated the Feedback Hub, witch now shows responses from Microsoft. File Explorer icon was re-designed once again, for the second time in a short period. And finally, Windows 10’s Game bar is now supported by games in the full screen.
As always, Microsoft revealed the list of all known issues and fixed problems in this release. Fortunately for Windows Insiders, the list includes many more fixed issues, than current known problems, which is a great improvement. You can check out all fixed issues here, and all known problems here.
We’re going to write our traditional article with issues in this build reported by actual users. So, if you have something you want to tell us about the new build, please share it in the comments.
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