Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...

It's only been a few days since Microsoft released windows 10 build 15002 to PCs in the Fast ring, bringing a huge range of new features . The wait for Windows 10 Mobile users has been much longer - the last official release to the Fast ring was build 14977 over a month ago, although build 14998 was unexpectedly (and unintentionally) released for those devices earlier today .

But today, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15007, for both PCs and phones. It brings a range of new features to both sets of devices, including further improvements to the Edge browser, on top of those that arrived with build 15002 :

Sharing your tabs (PC): We’ve added the ability to share a set of tabs you’ve set aside. Just click the “Tabs you’ve set aside” button, and under the “…” menu select the option to “Share tabs” with many apps installed on your PC. Import data (PC): We’re making it even easier to bring your data over from another browser when you switch to Microsoft Edge. The new “Import from another browser” button in Settings allows you to bring your favorites, browsing history, saved passwords, and other data from another browser you have installed, in one simple step.
Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...

Running faster (PC):You can now choose to “Run” a download link without first saving it, and we’ve added a “Save As” option to the existing “Save” link.


Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...

Web Notes improvements (PC):We’ve updated Web Notes to now leverage the familiar Windows Ink experience you’ve come to know in Photos and Maps, amongst other places. Tap the pen or highlighter in Web Notes, and you will now see the full set of Windows Ink colors, as well as the new slider released for Windows Ink withBuild 14986.


Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...
Text scaling and zoom (Mobile): Based on your feedback, in Microsoft Edge you can now zoom into a webpage regardless of zoom settings defined by the website, matching other mobile browsers. Pages are now zoomable to at least 500%. Because of this, we no longer automatically scale text in Microsoft Edge when you’ve enabled the Ease of Access option to increase the text size, since you can zoom in on the text to reach a size that matches your own comfort level. This addresses feedback that Ease of Access zoom settings made web pages render incorrectly. Apps for Websites: Clicking links to websites that support web-to-app linking will now open that page in the respective app.

On top of all that, there are further additions to look out for on both PCs and phones:

Cortana can help you pick up where you left off (PC):If you have multiple PCs, you probably know how cumbersome it can be to find everything you need to resume work after switching between PCs. Cortana can now help with that! When you switch computers, Cortana will display quick links in the Action Center to help you easily get back into the Microsoft Edge websites and SharePoint (or other cloud-based) documents you used most recently. For example, if you were working on a PowerPoint deck on your laptop, when you later return to your desktop, a link to that deck appears in Action Center. Or perhaps you’re browsing recipes in Microsoft Edge on your PC downstairs, and grab your laptop to go bake up a storm in the kitchen―Cortana will be there for you and have a link to that recipe ready to go. In adding this feature, we’ve also updated Cortana to take advantage of notification grouping, described earlier, so you can more easily differentiate between the types of messages.

Inline progress bar for notifications (PC):Based on your feedback, app developers can now send toast notifications with a progress indicator to show progress to the user, such as download progress, exercise progress, etc. As a highly related but separate feature, we now also support developers to update an existing notification through “data-binding”. Please go to Tiles and Toast MSDN Blog to find out more.


Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...

In a future build, you will see this capability with Windows Store downloads.

Scrollbar improvements for UWP (PC & Mobile):We have made improvements to the XAML scrollbar for mouse to ensure it is available when you need it, while taking up less space and causing less undesirable flashing when you don’t. With these changes, the panning indicator now appears when you move a mouse over a scrolling region and the full scrollbar appears when you want to directly interact with it. This improvement will be visible in any app that uses the Windows 10 Creators Update SDK.


Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...

Windows Hello Enrollment Improvements (PC):With Build 15007 we are bringing in some exciting improvements around how you discover and enroll into Windows Hello’s facial recognition. For devices and peripherals that support Windows Hello. you’ll now see a visual guidance that tracks your face in real-time, shows you an improved progress indicator and gives you real-time feedback to quickly and smoothly set your face up for signing in. The best way to know what’s changed? Try it out! You can setup or improve your Windows Hello facial recognition under Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options > Windows Hello > Face recognition.

Rainbow Flag:Microsoft’s continued dedication to diversity brings the rainbow flag to the emoji font and keyboard!


Windows 10 build 15007 heads to PCs and phones in the Fast ring - here's what's  ...

New Bluetooth APIs (PC & Mobile):This is the first build you can try out the new APIs that enable GATT Server, Bluetooth LE Peripheral role and unpaired Bluetooth LE device connectivity. To try them out install the latest preview SDK. For more information, check out this blog post.

Keyboard navigation improvements for the Snipping Tool (PC):You can now take a screen capture using only your keyboard. Press Alt + N, select the desired snip type and press enter this will start the capture. Now use the arrow keys to move the cursor to one of the intended corners of your snip, and press either space or enter to start selecting your snip area. Once you have the area you want, press enter or space again to finish the capture. This keyboard navigation also works with the new Win + Shift + S keyboard shortcut.

If you're installing Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15007 today, be sure to let us know how you get on in the comments below.

Source: Windows Blog

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