Microsoft has released new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16215 for PC + Build 15222 for Mobile. The new builds bring many changes and new features for both PC and Mobile. The company has released the test version for now and will release the stable build with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
Build 16215 for PC
The latest build for PC comes with many changes and new features which include-
- Redesigned and improved Start and Action Center with new Fluent Design which includes a few graphic tweaks and a blue color scheme.
- Improved Microsoft Edge experience which includes the ability to pin the websites on the taskbar, opening the page in full screen by pressing the F11 key, improved PDFs, and annotations in the browser.
- Cortana improvements which include vision intelligence in Cortana reminders, Cortana lasso, and Cortana camera roll insights.
- Handwriting experience in Windows 10 which brings new XAML-based handwriting panel with more gestures, emoji, editing tools and more!
- Improved pen interactions
- Hardware keyboard improvements
- Shell improvements and settings improvements
- Windows update improvements
- Gaming and developer improvements
- Ease of access improvements
Build 15222 for Mobile
- WhatsApp fixes for users with latest mobile builds.
- Fix for issue with Japanese and Bulgarian keyboards.
- Improved reliability of notifications for Bluetooth paired devices.
- Improved time and language settings.
- Enterprise device management issues.
- Fix for issues with Cortana’s cross-device settings.
If you want to avail these latest features and changes, you need to become a Windows 10 Insider member. While build for Windows PC includes many new features, the Windows 10 Mobile build is focused on the bugs fixes mainly. Head over to the official blog post to get more details on the latest builds. Microsoft will also be doing a monthly Windows Insider Webcast on their Mixer Channel.
“This month’s webcast will take place next Wednesday June 14th from 10:30am – 12:00pm (5:30pm- 7:00pm UTC)”. Be sure to tune in if you are a member of Windows Insider Program.