Microsoft has this week rolled out a new update to its Windows 10 Insider Preview programme in the form of Build 10547, bringing with it a number of new tweaks, bug fixes and improvements over the previous Build 10532.
Microsoft has enabled in this update the ability to use their personal assistant Cortana without the need to sign up for a Microsoft account, together with improvements for Groove, Maps, Calendar, Mail and more.
Issues Microsoft have also fixed within the latest Build 10547 update include :
• We have fixed a lot of the underlying causes of the critical error dialog Insiders were seeing with Start. And search should work more consistently now when interacting with Start.
• The notification icon for Action Center should no longer light up even though there weren’t any new notifications.
• We fixed an issue where the Battery fly-out text was truncated in certain languages.
• When choosing background shuffle, we’ve enabled the ability to shuffle backgrounds randomly instead of the order they appear in the folder.
• You can now use Cortana with local accounts as well as with a Microsoft account.
• We have fixed several issues with audio – including issues specific affecting Realtek audio device
Microsoft explains a little more about the new update and its Xbox One console :
For Windows Insiders who are gamers – we went live with the “Gaming on Insider Preview” topic in the Windows Insider forum. This new forum topic is the best place for Windows Insiders to get support for gaming-related issues with Windows 10 Insider Preview builds. It’s also a place for Windows Insiders to have discussions with other gamers too.
In addition to our regular forum support staff, we’ll have engineers with gaming expertise on standby to assist in these forums, as well as some support staff from our partners, such as Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA, so feel free to stop by these new areas of the forum and let us know how you’re feeling about your gaming experience on Windows 10.
For more information on everything that has been rolled out within the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview update jump over to the Microsoft Windows blog for more details via the link below.
Source: MicrosoftFiled Under: Technology News