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Just a few days after taking over as head of Windows Insider Program, Dona Sarkar announced her first Windows 10 Preview build. The new build is dubbed 14361 and is available to Insiders on the Fast Ring on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
Sarkar promised “some really interesting things” earlier and the build did indeed bring a few interesting new features.
The new build introduced the highly anticipated LastPass extension for Microsoft Edge (previously spotted in the Store in older builds), which is now available in the Store for users who installed build 14361. LastPass for Microsoft Edge was announced some time ago, with users showing a lot of interest in installing it. it.
Next, Microsoft introduced Hyper-V containers to Windows 10 Preview. If you’re interested in running a container on your Windows 10 Preview machine, you should go and check the Windows container documentation or the Windows 10 Getting Started Guide for more detailed instructions.
Just like the previous release, build 14361 also brought some Ink and ruler improvements to the system. These improvements mainly focused on improving ink and touchpad performance, updating the Touch Inking icon in Windows Ink Workspace, improving the loading time of the Sketchpad thumbnail in the Windows Ink Workspace flyout from the taskbar, and more.
The latest build also changed the Settings app in Windows 10 by introducing a few design and functionality improvements. Speaking of design improvements, the new build brings a revamped Blu Ray disc icon, and changes the way the Network quick launch icon looks in the Action Center.
As always, we’re going to write our own article about reported issues in the latest Windows 10 Preview release to give you a better idea of possible errors. If you already installed Windows 10 Preview build 14361 and have encountered some problems, feel free to let us know in the comments so we can include your issues in our report.
Once again, this is the first Windows 10 Preview build announced by the new head of the Windows Insider Program, Dona Sarkar. Congratulations Dona!
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