Windows 10 might suggest tools depending on your interests

Sinziana Mihalache
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  • The Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20231 was released for developers to test a few features.
  • The build shows interest in improving user experience depending on interests.
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windows insider Build 20231

Microsoft released yesterday the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20231, available only for the users of Windows Insider.

The purpose is to allow developers to test a bunch of new features, mostly, that might be included in the upcoming OS October update, depending on their impact on performance and system reliability.

Windows 10 might focus more on your user experience

The important feature the build is testing is the option to choose upon Windows 10 setup how you plan to use your device.

If implemented, this option should pop up at every fresh installation or system reset.

insider preview Build 20231

This will allow Windows to prioritize and notify you of certain features and tools, depending on your interests.

Depending on your preferences, Windows will offer suggestions to help you stay up-to-date about new games, security tools, creativity, or business-related apps.

It’s possible that this will trigger other customized systems settings as well.

For enterprises

In the same line, Microsoft will make it easier for enterprises to set up automatic file associations.

As a result, IT admins can set which apps will automatically open various file types or links. For example, this makes it easy to set Microsoft Edge as your organization’s default browser, or always open PDFs in your organization’s preferred app.


drag your finger to move the cursor

Other notable improvements, only for Insiders, for now, include the possibility to view graphics card details, to see a Meet Now feature in the Taskbar, or to move the cursor via gestures on the touch keyboard.

Have you tested any of these features yet? You can share your intake on these changes in the comments section below.