Windows 10 build 10558 leaks and ready for download

Finally we get a first look at the new Massaging app and Microsoft Edge gets Tab preview.

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Ahead of the Microsoft hardware event in New York City, Windows 10 build 10558 leaks onto the internet unveiling a slew of features and improvements over the last public preview. As I previously mentioned the major changes users will see on build 10558 is the inclusion of the new Messaging app and new welcomed improvements to Microsoft Edge.

The Messaging app is a long-awaited feature, while the messaging voice and video app was first demoed by Microsoft back in January, it didn’t come included with the release of the operating system. This new Messing app uses integration with Skype to allow users to connect with other people using voice and video, and soon we’re also expecting to include SMS integration as well.

Windows 10 build 10558 also includes Microsoft Edge version 22.10558.00 that brings one important feature: Tab preview, similar to previews you see when you hover the mouse over apps in the taskbar, now you can do the same when with open tab on Edge.

In addition to these new changes, we can also see that Microsoft is making improvements on the context menus on Start, there are a number of new icons, and a few other tweaks.

There are also a few changes in the Settings app. In build 10558, Microsoft is finally enabling the ability to install apps on an external storage, which was a feature we knew the company was working on for a long time.

Windows 10 build 10558 has just surfaced onto the internet and it comes from the WZor. The ISO file for build 10558 is now ready for download from torrent and file sharing sites. As for every new leak, it’s our policy not to link to these kind of pre-releases and we don’t recommend to download and install this version of Windows 10, as it’s not supported by Microsoft.

Source WZor

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