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Tech Recap: Windows 10 updates, Help & How-To

Microsoft delivers two new test previews of the Windows 10 Creators Update unveiling new features and improvements, cumulative update rolls out for the Anniversary Update, and you learned to use the System settings.

This week on PUREinfoTech: Microsoft released Windows 10 build 15002 for PCs. In this new test preview of the next version of the operating system, the software giant introduced a long list of features and changes, including Blue Light, Folders for Start, and a new Windows Share experience. In addition, build 15002 includes a new version of Microsoft Edge and Windows Defender with new features and improvements as well.

If you want to do a clean install of the operating system, Microsoft has even released the ISO files for Windows 10 build 15002.

Followed the big update for testers, three days later, Microsoft also made available Windows 10 build 15007, which is yet another test preview for the Creators Update. This new release isn’t as big as build 15002, but it introduces a few new improvements on Cortana, Microsoft Edge, Windows Defender System Center, and Settings. And this time around, the company rolled out the flight for both PCs and Mobile devices.

If you’re not planning to install these new releases, you can watch the hands-on videos uncovering all the new features and changes for Windows 10 build 15002 and 15007:

Cumulative update KB3213986 also rolled out this week to everyone running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The new update doesn’t bring new features, but it includes a number fixes and bumps the operating system version to 14393.693.

Help & How-To

This week you’ve learned all about the System page on the Settings app to customize your display, notifications, apps, and power options and more on Windows 10.

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