Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 today, version 10547. The build, which has several new features such as improvements to Start menu, updates to tablet mode, and even some text input improvements is now rolling out. You can check out what all is new in this release, here.
For those of you who will not install this release but are still curious about what is new, I have loaded the new build on my laptop and created the gallery below.
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This build is only available for those in the Fast ring of the Insider program but these features will be coming to all users of Windows 10 in the next major release that is targeted for November.
One of the big updates for this build is that Microsoft has increased the limit of the Start menu items, previously limited to 512 items, it is now 2048. If you crossed that threshold previously, you will know that it created some odd issues.
Until I get more time with this release and use it as my daily driver I wont be able to give a verdict if you should install this on your primary machine but so far, no major issues have popped up.
If you installed this build, let us know how it is working for you in the comments below.