Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Build 14316 to PCs, unfortunately, the mobile build didn't make it as a cellular bug was found as that will have to be fixed before a new build for mobile is made available.
As of writing this article, rumor has it that the bug has already been fixed and we should expect a new build some time next week.
There are a ton of features with this build, and I am sure some of them would have made their way to the mobile version if that was released too.
Here is a quick look at the new features now available on the PC Insider Build 14316:
You can now run BASH on Windows 10.
Cortana improvements which include ability to let you know when your phone battery is low, help you find your phone and even give you map directions across devices. Cortana is now much more easier to setup, will automatically download whatever language you need.
There are new and updated extensions on Edge browser
There is a new UWP Skype app to try out.
Microsoft also updated its whole emoji, they all look more hippy now.
The option to use dark theme on a system wide level (like on mobile) is now available
There are a whole lot more features. but here are the fixes Microsoft also introduced:
Here’s what’s fixed for PC
- We fixed the issue where on some PCs with TPM chips, such as the ASUS Zenbook UX31, you may have experienced glitchy audio and jumpy movement when using the trackpad due to the “tpm-maintenance” task running constantly in the background instead of once per boot-up like it should.
- We fixed the issue where if you use Hyper-V and have a Virtual Switch configured for your network adapter, you might see an error indicator (red-colored “X”) for your network adapter in the notification area of your taskbar.
- We polished the Wi-Fi flyout UI and fixed an issue where text entry into a Wi-Fi password field was noticeably top-aligned rather than centered.
- We fixed an issue for where when using multiple monitors and full-screen apps like PowerPoint or Remote Desktop would crash Windows Explorer.
- We fixed an issue where Cortana wasn’t showing Settings pages in the search results.
- We have updated the Windows Update notification after updates have been installed so now clicking on the notification will take you straight to your update history.
- We fixed an issue where desktop (Win32) apps pinned to the Start menu would sometimes move after updating to a new build.
- We fixed an issue where “Update and Restart” and “Update and Shut Down” wouldn’t start an update.
You can check out the full list of improvements and new features on Microsoft Blog