For the second time this week, Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10; build 14367. This version is headed to those in the Fast ring and no word on when Slow ring users will get their next build.
This release is for both PC and Mobile users but it looks like the new features are mostly for desktop insiders.
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First up is a new keyboard shortcut to launch the feedback hub. You can now access this feature by using Windows key + f. By using this combination, a screenshot will be taken (you can review it before submission or remove it too) and then the hub will open; this should streamline the feedback workflow.
Handwriting recognition is getting improved support with 23 new languages being added with this release. For the first time, Microsoft will be supporting Swahili, Xhosa and Zulu.
For mobile users, there is some bad news. Microsoft is ending support for Kids Corner with the Anniversary update citing that it was rarely used by consumers. They recommend using ‘App Corner’ as a substitute but it does not offer the complete feature set of Kids Corner.
The build is rolling out now but it may take a few hours to show up since the company pushed out a build earlier this week, this is according to a note on the announcement post. You can view the release notes here.