Microsoft pushed the Windows 10 Build 16188 to the Fast Ring Insider channel today that is already available via Windows Update.
The new build comes with plenty of new features and changes., including more PDF capabilities of Microsoft Edge, the moving of Cortana's options to the Settings application, updated Magnifier settings, and the Enterprise-only Windows Defender Application Guard feature.
Note: The changes discussed in this article are previews. Most of them will land in the next stable version of Windows 10, out in September 2017.
The PDF Reader in Microsoft Edge, which is the default PDF reader on Windows 10 coincidentally, was updated in the new version with four new features:
Up until now you have to manage Cortana settings from the Cortana interface. Microsoft made the decision to move the options to the Settings app to improve accessibility.
You find the Cortana options under Cortana in the Settings app (use the shortcut Windows-I to open the application).
The following options are provided there:
Microsoft did update the Magnifier settings in the new build as well. You find Magnifier by opening the Settings application, and selecting Ease of Access > Magnifier when it opens.
The page lists all available Magnifier shortcuts for ease of access now.
Other improvements include:
The following changes are also noteworthy:
As is the case with Insider Builds, there is a list of known issues that may affect users:
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