Today, Microsoft released a new Windows 10 preview for PCs with Edge, shell, notification, input, gaming, Task Manager, and Hyper-V improvements. This is the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update sixth build, which is slated to arrive later this year.
Windows 10 is a service, implying it was built in a different way from its predecessors and allows to be regularly updated and not just fixes, but new features, as well. Microsoft has released many updates, including three major ones: November Update, Anniversary Update, and Creators Update.
Edge can now read any PDF and webpage with line highlighting and word. The Edge theme is different from the system and launches under the Share button, besides it has a new animation that allows adding a favorite and small bug fixes bunch.
Next, Windows Shell is also updated to a squash an annoying bug for those having a high DPI display and changing display scaling value. You need not log out and back to fix the desktop apps after undocking, docking and remoting. The Windows provide DPI-related information and gets updated data from the OS. Even re-launching renders correctly, in case they are blurry.
Notification buttons spans across the notification bottom, rather than being right-justified. It is simple to take action on your notifications. The X for dismissing notifications is changed to an arrow and Microsoft hopes to make it clearer that the notification is pushed to the Action Center to be reviewed later. Notification badges are pinned to the taskbar and will be consistent with the theme color and receiving emoji from people is now referred to as a “pop.”