After the successful launch of Windows 10 3 weeks ago, Windows 10 is now on more than 50million PCs.
But Microsoft is not yet done, today they released a new build for Windows Insiders to test out. The new build 10525 brings a couple new features and a few more bug fixes to the growing OS.
The most notable is the option to pick what color your title bar is.
You can watch this demo of the new build courtesy of WinBeta...
Come October, Microsoft should be releasing a major update to Windows 10, but between now and then, they will be pushing out new features and enhancements (that will be included in that major update) to Windows insiders.
So if you want early access to upcoming features before they are publicly available then you can become a Windows Insider by following these simple steps...
1. Go to Settings Page and click on "Update & Security"
2. Click on the "Advanced options"
3. Click on the "Get Started" button to join the Windows Insider program
Once you click on Get Started, it is pretty straightforward from there, just follow the prompts until you are all set up.
The purpose to joining the Windows Insiders is to give feedback to Microsoft on bugs or suggesting new features you want to see added to Windows 10.
You can to this by using the Windows Feedback app that is installed on Windows 10 by default.
You can read more about the new build 10525 on Windows Blog