A couple of days ago we reported that a new version of Windows 10 was currently going through internal testing and might soon be released to the Fast ring of Insiders. Well, now we get to take a look at one of these builds thanks to some leak screenshots.
This is the Enterprise version of Windows 10, build 10135, a step behind the officially unveiled 10136 build. Unfortunately, as you can see in the gallery below this post, the new build doesn’t come with any major changes.
Indeed, we know that Microsoft is entirely focused on bug fixing and optimizing the OS for its summer launch, so any major new features are out of the question. The changelog show numerous bug fixes and improvements including for Edge, the upgrading to Windows 10 process, Explorer issues and so on.
There are also some obvious changes. For example, Edge – occasionally still called Spartan – got a version bump up to 16, from the currently public available version 15.
The Maps app also got a new version, albeit it’s only a small change that seemingly is focused around the new icon art. Speaking of which, some of the icons seem to have received a bit more polish. The Snippet tool, a surprisingly useful, less known feature of Windows, is also getting an update and now features a timer. Meanwhile, the Calculator seems to be an older version compared to the one in the public builds.
Hopefully, this small leak will tide you over until the official Slow and Fast builds get here.