Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 today that has a plethora of new features. Seeing as this build is only for the Fast ring, it is recommended that you do not install this release on your daily driver as it could have undocumented bugs that make your machine unstable.
If you want to get a closer look at the new features Microsoft has included in this release without potentially compromising your machine with a Fast ring build, jump on down to the gallery below. As noted from the changelog with the announcement post, Microsoft has packed a lot of features into this release.
Everything from updates to the Start menu layout to improved UAC dialog boxes have been tweaked in this release. The Action center now has richer notifications and you can rearrange the quick action boxes now too; the button for the notification panel has also moved as well; you can check out a list of all the changes, here.
If you run into any issues with this release, make sure to let us know but so far, we have been able to download and install this build without any major hiccups; it’s still too early to determine if this build is stable enough for your primary PC.