Last week, a build of Windows 10 leaked and if you are curious about if any new icons shipped in this version, we have all of the new goods posted after the jump.
Even though Microsoft has not pushed out a build of Windows 10 in nearly two months, the latest leak of the OS offers insight into several new features including an update to 'tablet' mode.
If you love stats and are actively participating in the Insider Hub app feedback tool, then you may be excited to know that build 10036 includes a stats page that shows your activity within the test.
Thanks to a new leak, we are learning more about changes that are occurring in Windows 10 and this time around power-users are getting a couple of new additions for Task View (virtual desktops).
Thanks to the leak of a new build of Windows 10, it looks like future updates to the OS and apps may be delivered via P2P due to the new settings in this version of Windows.
In the leaked version of Windows 10 that hit the web earlier today, there are a few updates to the Start menu when compared to 9926 and after the jump, we have the comparison breakdown.
Earlier today, Windows 10 build 10036 was leaked to the web and if you don't want to install the OS, we have a gallery after the jump to show you all of the new features in this version.
WZor has hinted that build 10036 of Windows 10 is the one that Insiders will be getting when it is finally pushed out, however with no Spartan in sight, we hope he's wrong.
Earlier today, bits of an unreleased Windows 10 build started showing up online and now we have a better look at the new Task View functionality and updates to Wi-Fi selection in Windows 10.