Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with Edge updates and more

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Microsoft releases two new preview builds for Windows 10

Microsoft has launched a new Windows 10 preview for PCs with interesting improvements. This build is part of the RS4 branch, which represents the next Windows 10 update the company is yet to announce. Windows 10 has been built in a way that it can be regularly updated with not just fixes, but new features, too.


Starting with Edge, which now supports automatic form filling just like Google Chrome. From now on whenever you put in your information like address or other information, Edge will prompt you to save that information for you and sync it across all Microsoft devices.

The new update also brings improvements in reading view. When you enter reading view, you can adjust the text spacing resulting in better view of the text. Then there are improvements to its keyboard emoji. Now the related emoji will appear when you type a word on the Touch Keyboard. Emojis are supported for over 150 languages around the world. You can also use Emoji Panel to insert a bunch of emoji at once.

Windows 10 preview has new emoji support


Finally, there is a new keyboard for Tamils called Tamil 99, as well as updated Sinhala, Myanmar and Amharic keyboards.

In Start, there’s a new way to get to advanced options: Right-click a UWP app or UWP app tile, choose More, and then Settings. You can then repair, manage app add-ons, and see startup tasks (if available).

The new desktop build also includes general bug fixes and improvements.

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