This build is showing a lot of progress. For one, the visual promise of Fluent Design is making its mark, and it’s truly improving Windows. The whole UX feels more alive, more dynamic. The in-box apps continue to improve, and feel really great. Sure, they might not have every feature added to say, Outlook Express between 1995 and 2014, but hell… Maybe that’s for the best. People spent years complaining about how bad Microsoft’s apps were, then when they take the chance to rebuild them from scratch, the same people just keep complaining.
Can’t win, can ya?
The whole system really feels like it’s coming together. If only they’d update the old msstyles theme to match the light/dark them options.