This week Microsoft has released details of what you can expect in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14959 for Mobile and PC Windows Insiders.
The new Paint 3D Preview that is now available for Insiders, which was recently unveiled in Microsoft’s New York event. During which they launched the awesome Surface Studio touchscreen desktop system as well as their new Surface Dial drawing and painting accessory.
To be able to try out the new Microsoft Paint package download the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview directly from the Microsoft website via the link below.
The latest build will be rolled out using Microsoft’s new update publishing system called Unified Update Platform (UUP). Microsoft explains a few other improvements and fixes for PC systems including in the latest preview build.
• We fixed an issue for Insiders resulting in the automatic brightness setting unexpectedly being turned off after upgrading. In doing so, we’ve re-enabled automatic brightness adjust for users that have never changed their auto-brightness setting. If you have already manually configured your auto-brightness setting, then this fix will not affect you. If you would like to enable or disable automatic brightness adjustment, please go to Settings > System > Display, where you can adjust your preferences.
• We fixed an issue Insiders on domain connected PCs may have experienced where login might fail when the computer was disconnected from its domain network.
• We fixed an issue resulting in certain apps, such as Outlook Mail and Calendar, failing to update for some Insiders with the error code 0x800700B7.
• We fixed an issue for Insiders with certain device models where ejecting an SD card might result in a system crash.
• We fixed an issue where disliking one of the Spotlight lock screen images would show the new image immediately, followed by a transition animation from the previous image to the new image.
• We fixed an issue where launching an app from another app while in Tablet mode no longer launched it side by side, and instead launched it fullscreen (for example, when launching a web link from the MSN News app)