Microsoft's latest Insider Preview build includes an early version of the highly-anticipated My People feature that allows you to communicate with people directly from the task bar. As with most new builds, we've gone hands on for your viewing pleasure.
Apart from My People, there isn't much else new in build 16184 outside of a few minor UI enhancements. The My People feature is arguably one of the biggest features slated for this release, as it was canceled from its original scheduled release in the Creators Update.
Let us know below on your thoughts regarding My People! Will you be downloading this build to try it out?
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