The new preview of Windows 10 begins to address the problem with context menu inconsistency, the Feedback app gets sharing functionality, and more.
On August 27th, only a little over a week after releasing the first build post-Windows 10 launch, Microsoft began to roll out Windows 10 build 10532 to the Fast ring of updates for PCs. The new build packs a number of changes since the previous release, including updated context menus to fix their inconsistency throughout the operating system.
The Feedback app also received an update and now users can share their own and other people feedback via Twitter, Facebook, and email.
In Windows 10 build 10532, the company is also improving the light and dark theme, and Microsoft Edge get updated with a number of improvements.
This pre-release version of the operating system have a couple known issues as well. For example, Windows Hello face recognition isn’t working and Google Chrome x64 still crashes at launch.
For your enjoyment, I just added a new video to YouTube with a visual tour of everything that is new in build 10532. Remember to like the video and subscribe to my channel.