Windows Insider Preview Build Highlights
Less interruptions while you're in full screen mode.
Watching a movie on your PC? Pouring over Excel tables? Studying? With this Focus Assist update, you can keep your notifications quiet until you exit full screen mode.
Fine tune your display brightness in Action Center.
Based on a top request, the brightness Quick action is now a convenient slider instead of a button, giving you faster, more granular control.
Fixed blurry apps automatically.
Notice that some of your apps seem blurry on your high resolution DPI display? The Advanced Scaling setting is now enabled by default so Windows can fix your apps automatically.
More language support for SwiftKey’s Typing Intelligence.
Get text predictions in more languages on both touch and hardware keyboards.
Snip & Sketch improvements.
We've included options to add a border to screenshots and print them directly from the app.
Dark Mode for Sticky Notes.
Along with full Dark Mode support, this new version of the Sticky Note app also supports Windows Dark Mode.
Find things faster on your PC.
We've extended Windows search indexing beyond documents, pictures, videos, and desktop to cover all foldes and drives on your PC.
More symbols are available on the touch keyboard.
Just tap the new 'Ω' key in the numbers & symbols view for direct access to more symbols and special characters.
Sync your Sticky Notes across devices.
With the new version of the Sticky Notes app, you can sync and backup your notes across your Windows devices and view them in all one convenient place. Also includes a new charcoal-colored note.
Capture more kinds of screenshots.
Take screenshots of UI elements such as pop-up menus and dialog boxes using the highly-quested delay snip feature in the Snipping tool.
Handwriting support for Microsoft To-Do.
Capture, check off and strike-through your tasks naturally with a digital pen using Windows Ink.
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