A closer look at Windows 10 Build 10130 (screenshots)

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Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 10130 to Windows Insiders yesterday. The latest build packs a handful of new features, user interface improvements, performance improvements, as well as bug fixes. Build 10130 introduces the ability to customize the shortcuts section on the start menu. One of the most noticeable addition on the latest build is the new icons which looks much, much better than the old ones.

The latest update also introduces some tiny improvements to Cortana and introduces a mini-Cortana which can be activated by using the Win+C shortcut which is a nice addition. Alongside this, Microsoft has tweaked the jump lists with the latest build as well. As usual, there are some other user interface improvements. The Action Center and the Network dialog now have the blur effect on the background and the Calendar dialog has also picked up some minor UI tweaks. Windows Hello also makes an appearance on this build, but you’ll need the required hardware to be able to use it. It’s also worth noting that you can finally play full-screen videos on Microsoft Edge aka Project Spartan on the latest build as well.

Here are some screenshots of Build 10130 which should give you a closer look at the build if you weren’t able to install it:

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