Microsoft released a big update which is Windows 10 insiders preview build 15002. The last public preview was 14986, but this new build includes a number of features and enhancements and is similar to the leaked preview build 14997 includes some new additions like a contact menu and live folders.
In the Microsoft Edge, a new feature is added called Settings Tabs Aside, Jump List, and a tab preview bar which allows you to easily glance at a visual preview of every tab you have open without leaving your page. You can scroll through the list with a touch, mouse wheel, or touchpad. Just click the chevron icon next to your tabs to get started.
Microsoft Edge now has preview support for the new Payment Request API, which allows sites to make checkout easier using the payment and shipping preferences stored in your Microsoft Wallet. This is currently in a preview state for developers and will not process payment information until a future flight.
The start menu has live folders and some customization options in which, if you jump a tile on another tile, it will pull itself into a folder and is resizable. The share UI has been redesigned, it is now in the middle of the screen.
The new update also contains a screenshot option which copies it straight to the clipboard. By just pressing the Windows key + shift + S it will crop the specific area of the screen and will save it directly to the clipboard later that can paste it into a document or anywhere.
Resizing the window UI problem has been fixed in the new update – it can now resize the window very fast without any graphical glitches. The Cortana has new stuff, by enabling the Windows Key and C option will make it listen automatically. The settings app has improved layouts with reorganized into categories that incorporate apps and features.
A new graphical feature is also added which is Holographic UI which is slightly animated. Furthermore, improvements are done like windows ink, windows defender, windows Information Protection improvements for business customers, power usage experiments on select Windows devices, IME, and lots more.