Today, Microsoft updated its OneNote app for Windows 10 devices, but only for Windows Insiders. It contains a major bug fix, correcting an issue that affected users with high-DPI displays and multiple monitor setups.
The problem was that a user would scroll down, and the pointer wouldn't click on the correct line. That has now been fixed.
But of course, there are new features as well. When printing, you're no longer limited to just a page of notes. You'll now be able to print out an entire section or notebook, and PDF printouts should look crisper than they used to.
No one can say that the OneNote team doesn't pay attention to details, as it was also pointed out that there's a new setting for whether or not to capitalize the first word of a sentence.
Right now, the new build is only available for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. Over the next couple of weeks, it should make its way through the rings and to non-Insider devices.