Windows 10 Pre-Launch Version Now Available To Windows Insider Members
After getting a great response at the Windows 10 preview event that took place a few days back, the pre-launch build of the upcoming operating system is now available for Windows Insider program members. They can download it and use the newly brought features to the OS and give their opinion if they find some bugs or problems in their usage.
The most notable feature of the upcoming Windows OS has to be the inclusion of Cortana, which will give a new life to the Windows users, and will help sort out their problems. The virtual assistant was first brought to the mobile phones where it was quite a success.
Although, the Insider program members can access the new Windows 10 and some of its features, but there are limitations, and not all of the features have been made available just yet.
The early testing is always necessary as it helps the companies in removing the issues before the product has been made available to public. Microsoft will be slowly improving the features as the users point out the bugs in the latest version. The new features that are not currently made part of the early build will be made available in the near future, so that all of the problems are sorted out.
The Insiders who are currently using the early build have access to the new and improved Start Menu with full-screen expansion powers when they switch between the PC and Tablets on the convertible devices.
Furthermore, they can get their hands on the new settings app which is a major improvement when compared to the old settings. It not only overhauls the previously available settings but it also features the control panel tools.
That’s not all though, as pre-build of Windows 10 has also brought with it the easy connections to wireless audio and video destination devices such as TVs that support Miracast remote viewing, and Bluetooth speakers.
A couple of new apps have been made part of the Windows as well, namely Maps app and Photos app, which offer smooth access to OneDrive photos. Moreover, there’s the all new store which completely enhances the look and feel of the old store and gives it a new life. The new store beta will debut along with the old version, but will slowly replace it.
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