Windows 10 build 14361 has recently began rolling out to Insiders through the Fast ring. The new preview, part of the Anniversary Update, doesn’t include major changes, but it brings a number of tweaks, improvements, and a slew of bug fixes to start getting the operating system ready for the summer release.
If you’re not planning to install the new test version or simply want to see what’s new and different, you can watch the hands-on video with Windows 10 build 14361 that will walk you through the new tweaks includes for the Start menu, and Cortana.
We dive deep into the new UI changes that Microsoft is introducing for the Settings app. In addition, we look at the updated Windows Ink experience with improvements on Sticky Notes, Sketchpad, and Sketch screen.
The hands on video for build 14361 also highlights the changes in the Action Center, Windows Defender, and shows in more details the new LastPass extension for Microsoft Edge.
Don’t forget to like and share the video and leave a comment on your thoughts about the changes found in the new Windows 10 Anniversary Update preview (build 14361).