Microsoft today released Windows 10 Build 10532 to Insiders on the fast ring. The latest build of Windows 10 isn’t a major one, and it doesn’t pack a handful of changes. However, the update brings a few nice changes.
First off is the improved context menus – Microsoft has finally improved the context menus after receiving feedback from users. Although the new context menus are better, they’re still pretty inconsistent, which was the main issue for most users. For example, the context menu on the Start Menu is different than the one on Edge or the Taskbar. Microsoft is probably going to update the other context menus soon, and hopefully they’ll look better after that.
Alongside the improved context menus, Microsoft now allows users to share feedback using the Windows Feedback. That’s pretty much it for this build, to be honest. As I said, it’s a minor update and there aren’t a lot of changes. Nonetheless, here are some screenshots of the build:
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What do you think of the build? Discuss in the comment section below.