Microsoft has announced that they will push build Windows 10 build 10041 to Slow ring users today, and three new updates are also rolling out to Fast ring users too.
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After Microsoft brought the triumphant return of the Start menu with Windows 10, one feature missing is Jump Lists - but with a simple registry tweak, you can enable this once again.
In the latest version of Windows 10, there is a new text input canvas and if you don't have a touch enabled device to try out the new feature, we have you covered after the jump.
Thanks to the latest build of Windows 10, 10041, we can see that Microsoft will be adding the functionality to pin settings to the Start menu but as of right now, the feature is unstable.
Earlier today, Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 and if you don't want to install the new bits but are curious what the build looks like, we have you covered with a gallery of the new OS.
With today's release of Windows 10, there are several known issues that you should be aware of before you download the build, and we have the full list posted for you after the jump.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 to insiders and you can download the new version right now; the build number for this release is 10041 and it arrives with a few new features too.
A few weeks back, a Microsoft executive said that in the next build of Windows 10, the Spartan browser would be shipping in the next Insider release - but in 10041, Spartan is absent.