Microsoft has started seeding first Windows 10 Insider Preview Build in 2017 codenamed 15002. The Redmond giant has integrated many of Creators Update features into this build so that people will see many new features with this update. It includes highly anticipated Blue Light Filter option to get rid of blue light in between the pre-set timings. Let’s get into full details.
The 15002 build is pretty significant in terms of introducing new features. In addition to the Blue Light Filter, Microsoft has made big improvements to Edge Browser as well, which includes Tab preview bar that will let users see all the opened tabs in thumbnails views with a simple drop-down arrow.
There is the latest feature in Edge that will set these tabs aside from opened tabs, so tab organizing makes much easier than before. Users can now right-click on the taskbar edge icon to directly open “New Window” or “New InPrivate window.”
Additionally, the Component UI has been introduced that should bring the new visual tree and new input model. Microsoft has taken its first step to block Adobe Flash content as it’s more vulnerable than ever. Edge now blocks flash content automatically, which requires manual user action to run if they need flash player to display the content properly. Microsoft Wallet has also been integrated into Edge browser so that check out would be a lot easier than before. Learn more about payment request on the Microsoft Edge Dev Blog.
There are new Tile Folders in the start menu to group all modern Windows apps. The updated Windows share experience goes live. Microsoft eventually added a feature to take a screenshot of a particular area by using Win + Shift + S key combination, which is already a popular feature in OneNote 2016. Microsoft has brought better support for high-DPI screen with this build. To achieve it, Microsoft engineers worked around Performance Monitor (Perfmon), but it only works with apps, which supports GDI.
The other small features include improved Windows resizing animation, simplified VPN access, improved sign-in dialog for apps. Check for updates if you have enrolled in Windows Insider program. Try out new features.
Source: Windows Blog