Screenshots of Build 10123 Windows 10 Leak Online
As the release date of Windows 10 nears, new leaks have started hitting the Internet. Screenshots of build 10123 were leaked online today via a Chinese website ITHome.
Over the few weeks, there has not been a shortage of ‘extra illegal information’ available online for public viewing. But these leaks are what keep users/consumers interested in their product.
There were some notable changes in these images; accent colors of live tiles have had a cosmetic change. Like the Windows phone, the color preference feature has been given to tiles dismissing the older dedicated colors.
The ‘Backup and Restore’, ‘Start Screen’ and ‘Start Menu’ features have also returned with this year’s Windows update, these featured previously in Windows 7. The most talked about feature remains ‘Microsoft Edge’ which supports something that almost all of the major browsers use called the ‘InPrivate Browsing’.
After the dearth of LastPass, saving passwords and forms became a problem so the latest browser organizes forms and save passwords.
Another feature it includes, is the ‘top sites and suggested content’ which opens a new tab of top sites as soon as the browser is opened.
The Setting App icons have also changed a bit; for starters ‘Cortana’ now has a Feedback button right before the tab. The feedback option will let users interact with developers and help them make Windows better.
Windows 10 is apparently coming back with some new features followed by some from Windows 7. Meaning that Windows 10 will most probably be a better version of Windows introduced to date. However user likeability is still conditional.