Edge is clearly still a work in progress, and development for it is pressing on, further improvements to HTML 5 are scheduled to land soon, and have been teased in a tweet.
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Last week, Microsoft rolled out its first Windows 10 Insider Preview for PCs since the OS launched on July 29. Now that you've had a few days to try out build 10525, we're eager to hear your thoughts.
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Microsoft will not be issuing a product key for post RTM builds of Windows 10, this means that activation can only be achieved by an upgrade from RTM or dual booting from the same device.
Microsoft has changed and optimised the way Windows 10 handles system memory. If the 'System' is taking exorbitant amounts of memory on your PC, don't fret, it's a feature.
After updating to Windows 10 build 10525, released yesterday to the Windows Insider program, some testers soon found that Google Chrome's response to this was "Aw, Snap!"
Microsoft has rolled out a new release of Windows 10 to Insiders, build 10525, and if you haven't had a chance to install the OS yet or are curious about the updates, we have a gallery of what's new.
Microsoft has pushed out the first Windows 10 preview since its launch, and while it does bring a few new features, there are also several known issues with this build that you should be aware of.
Earlier today, Microsoft pushed out a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders, build 10525, and there are a couple of updates in this release that you can download now from Windows Update.
Microsoft has released the first new Windows 10 Insider Preview since the OS was launched for consumers; the build number for this release is 10525 and it can be downloaded now via Windows Update.