For the last few days Neowin has been unveiling some of the changes coming in one of the most recent builds of Windows 10, a build that has yet to be released publicly. And while many of the cosmetic changes are appreciated some of you wanted to know what other bug fixes and features were included with these new builds.
Luckily we now have a complete changelog for one of these recent partner releases, showing numerous fixes and improvements that have been integrated into the operating system. Build 10108, which is detailed in these logs, was never released publicly and it’s actually a bit older than 10114, which we’ve been exploring recently. However, the build is recent enough to give us a clear indication of what we can expect to find under the hood of the next Insider build.
You can check out the complete changelog in the gallery below. It includes fixes to a lot of issues, from the way Start Menu works and performs, to weird UI bugs that rarely show up, to some very specific behavior of the OS that was causing problems when updating from other versions.
Meanwhile, we’ll be looking forward to the next public preview build, which is expected soon, both for phones and for the desktop.