Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Preview build for PC and Mobile, and the updates bring a lot of changes with it. The latest Windows Insider Preview build for PCs is numbered 16215, and it introduces a new notification center, the ability to pin websites to the taskbar, overhauled handwriting panel, and more emoji support.
As mentioned, this is just a test version, and the stable build will arrive in fall with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
With this update, Microsoft is bringing changes to the Start and Action Center with what it’s calling a Fluent Design. The Start menu can be now resized to your preference, and not have just one default vertical option as seen now. Action Center has been redesigned based on the Fluent Design System with a new Blue color scheme and graphic tweaks.
The update also brings the ability to pin websites from Microsoft Edge to the taskbar. The build has also improved Windows 10’s stylus support by adding more editing tools, introducing new gestures, emojis, and even automatic handwriting detection. There’s also a new Emoji Panel that you can activate while in a text box.