Microsoft has rolled out yet another Insider Preview build on PC that includes several new changes and enhancements over the last preview builds. Build 16237 includes Microsoft Edge improvements, Notification improvements, My People changes and more.
We've thrown together a quick hands on video which walks through the most noteworthy changes in this weeks Insider Preview build. So if you're someone who wants to see all the new features in action, but don't want to install the build yourself, we've got you covered!
Build 16237 isn't as jam packed as previous builds, and that's because we're not approaching the end of development of the Fall Creators Update. We're just several weeks away from Microsoft finalizing the last bits for rollout in October, so from here on out we'll be seeing smaller changes and improvements.
We're still expecting more Fluent Design elements, as well as other smaller changes to make their way into the OS before then, but things like Timeline and possibly Cloud Clipboard won't be coming until after the Fall Creators Update now.
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