Last week, Microsoft released a brand new Windows 10 Redstone 5 build to Insiders in the Fast ring that brought with it lots of new improvements and changes, but also removed one huge new feature that was supposed to ship later this year. Sets is gone, but there's lots of other things to be excited about.
As always, we've thrown together a quick video walkthrough showcasing the biggest new changes found in build 17704. These changes include updates to Edge, a new typing insights feature, further additions to Settings, and a whole lot more.
For a detail writeup of everything new in this build, check out our everything you need to know post!
Redstone 5 is expected to begin official rollout in October of this year. We've only got a couple of months left before Microsoft starts finalizing and winding down development on Redstone 5. At this point, we should almost be at feature-completed status. So, are there any last features you hope to see in RS5? Let us know in the comments!
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