Microsoft releases new, improved version of Windows 10 to Windows Insider 
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Microsoft releases new, improved version of Windows 10 to Windows Insider 
Although the next major Windows 10 update ("Creators Update") is expected in 
spring 2017, Microsoft has released a new and improved version of its operating 
system (Build 15002) for testers signed up to the Windows Insider program. It 
features a host of improvements and new features, notably for the Cortana 
intelligent personal assistant and the Edge internet browser.

Microsoft just can't leave the "Start" menu alone, it seems. This latest update 
lets users create custom folders filled with the tiles of their choice. The 
Cortana intelligent personal assistant gets a host of new functions in the 
update. It can, for example, start playing a radio station or a movie, search 
for recipes, and handle recurring time-based reminders ("every month" or "every 
year"), which can be handy for paying bills or remembering birthdays. The 
update also brings Touchpad improvements, adding audio volume controls and 
greater flexibility in touch settings and controls.

Finally, this update brings its share of corrections, fixing brightness 
settings issues, improving Coraina pop-ups in Edge, and fixing crashes when 
browsing folders on the OneDrive cloud storage facility.

Note that this version doesn't bring any major changes to interface design and 
doesn't yet integrate any elements of "Projet Neon," a fresh and streamlined 
redesign that uses transparency and blurring.

Installation media (ISO) for Build 15002 should be made available in the week 
beginning January 16 to members of the Windows Insider program, allowing 
interested users to try out the update before it rolls out to consumers.

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