Windows 10 build 10537 manages to escape the walls of Redmond unveiling the process Microsoft is making on the upcoming “Threshold 2” update releasing in November. Currently, Insiders continue to run build 10532, which includes a number of changes, but build 10537 integrates a few additional welcome improvements, such as open and close animation for Windows apps, tweaks in the consistency of the context menu and more new icons throughout the operating system.
Although, we heard about these new changes before, it isn’t until now that Windows 10 build 10537 leaks onto the web that we’re able to see the new improvements.
WinBeta managed obtain the ISO file for build 10537 and has added a new video in YouTube highlighting the new changes. Perhaps, the major tweak is to see a new animation coming to apps you download from the Store. Now opening and closing apps have the same animations we see everyday on traditional desktop apps.
Then the video shows the new context menus, but they don’t show a significant change since build 10532, but you’ll see Microsoft continuing updating the icons across the operating system, such as in Device Manager, Printers, and Control Panel.
While Windows 10 build 10537 isn’t likely to roll out to Insiders, we’re expecting this particular build to leak online, as we have already heard from @WZorNET, known to leak many builds of Windows 10, has said that a download ISO of 10537 (10537.th2_release.150829-0745_CLIENTPRO-CORE_OEMRET) will soon be available.
— 🔮WZor👁️ (@WZorNET) September 14, 2015
As always I never recommend anyone downloading unofficial versions of any software and I won’t be providing unofficial download links.
Source YouTube (WinBeta)