Microsoft has today released the new 9860 build of its Windows 10 Technical Preview operating system allowing developers and those interested who have already downloaded the new Windows 10 software to enjoy a few new features, tweaks and enhancements.
Microsoft is aiming to launch their new Windows 10 operating system in 2015 and features within the latest build include Action Center for viewing actionable notifications from apps and from the operating system.
Together with a new animation for switching between virtual desktops, support for moving apps from one monitor to another and options to select “fast” or “slow” updates in the Update and Recovery settings.
Although it seems that the latest update may bring with it more problems than it’s solved. As Brad Linder from the Liliputing website has already installed the update but experienced a wealth of problems. Brad explains more about the problems he has encounter wit the latest Windows 10 9860 Build :
“I’ve just installed the update on my aging Asus UL20A notebook, and while the previous build ran smoothly, the new build seems pretty iffy. When I type in the search box I can’t see any letters, and when the results slowly start to show up, there are all sorts of letters missing.
The N in Notifications is also missing in my Action Center, and many Windows apps and settings seem to have trouble displaying text in general. Proceed with caution.”
For more information on the latest Windows 10 update jump over to the Microsoft website for details. Microsoft explains :
“As a matter of fact, we’re rolling out a new build today – Build 9860! This is the first update build to Windows 10 Technical Preview, and we’ll continue to deliver more as part of the Windows Insider Program.
Sometimes they’ll be more frequent and sometimes there will be longer gaps, but they will always be chock full of changes and improvements, as well as some bugs and things that are not quite done.
As we’ve said, we’re sharing stuff early and moving quickly to do so. In fact, the build that we’re rolling out today is something that we ourselves only got a little over a week ago! I hope that you’re as excited about seeing these early builds as we are to share them with you and hear your feedback.”
Source: : LiliputingFiled Under: Technology News