Windows 10 Redstone 2 will feature a new Wi-Fi setting page
After several months of development, Microsoft team rolled out the first Redstone 2 build for Insider users of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile, which comes with a change in the Wi-Fi settings page. The leak revealed the change through a Twitter account on the following evening.
The new set of screens might seem similar to Windows 10 users as it has almost the same design as on Windows 10 PCs. It is certainly a refreshing change since we were stuck with the same design from the Windows 8.1 update.
The Wi-Fi setting screens are redesigned and offers the opportunity to learn more about connected networks. However, the old display is still accessible under the name Wi-Fi legacy. Some additional features bundled with this update include support for metered connections, even if there are still a few bugs and issues that need to be fixed.
This build is expected to be released next week.
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