Last week, Microsoft released three Windows 10 builds. And today, the company is releasing yet another Windows 10 Build to the fast ring of Insiders. As it seems like, Microsoft is pretty serious about the “faster Fast Ring”. Nonetheless, in the latest Windows 10 build, there isn’t anything new – However, just like the last two builds, the latest build packs bug fixes and performance improvements.
It’s worth noting that if you live in the Seattle area, you’ll now be able to purchase Wi-Fi using the Microsoft Wi-Fi app. Microsoft states:
We also have something for you to try out if you live in the Seattle area. With Windows 10, we are giving people the ability to purchase paid Wi-Fi through the Windows Store via the Microsoft Wi-Fi app. You will know when you can purchase Wi-Fi when you see “Buy Wi-Fi from Windows Store” in your list of networks when clicking on the network icon on the lower right in the Taskbar. The Microsoft Wi-Fi app provides the choice to pay with a Credit or Debit Card, a Microsoft Gift Card, PayPal, or Wireless Carrier Billing, and it helps keep your information secure since it uses the Windows Store payment system. Completing the purchase is simple as there is no need to enter additional personal or payment information if you’ve already registered in Windows Store. Right now, we’re testing this experience out in Seattle but it’ll soon open up to the rest of the U.S.
If you’re a Windows Insider on the fast ring, you should now be able to get the latest build via Windows Update. We’ll be installing it now, and we’ll post screenshots and more coverage on Build 10166.
Source: Windows Blog