IT IS OFFICIALLY Windows 10 month. In just four weeks (and a day) Windows 10 will be unleashed on the world. In the meantime, as a special treat for Insiders, a second fast ring has been released in as many days.
Build 10159 has the same 300 fixes as the previous day's 10158, which was the first to include the Microsoft Edge branding on what was previously known as Project Threshold, the successor to Internet Explorer.
This does mean, however, that Windows will treat it as a new app and you'll lose your favourites and such.
The only change is a new log-in screen which puts the user's photo or avatar at the front and centre of things.
There are a number of bug fixes in Edge too, including continuation of music when a tab is minimised - a must have for media streamers. A password manager is also included and there's a new dark theme.
Fixes for Continuum (the tech behind the switch between form factors) include better animations and improved support for heritage apps.
Also new is integration between Office 365 and Cortana, which is now able to argue the toss with you over things like meeting arrangements on your anniversary.
It's notable that there are no known issues with these builds so we could be looking at something very close to the finished product, but Microsoft's commitment to user feedback suggests that we'll see even more tweaks in the coming days.
Confusion still reigns over the price of Windows 10. We know it will be free to users of Windows 7 and 8.1 on personal licences.
However, retail prices and indeed the format of release are still yet to be made completely transparent as the company concentrates on upgrading saturation as a priority.
Until Microsoft confirms details, you can check out our simple(ish) guide to Windows 10 pricing. µ
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