Microsoft recently released Windows 10 Build 10122 to Insiders. However, the company released Windows 10 Build 10125 to partners yesterday. Despite the fact that Build 10125 is only 3 builds newer than the current official build (10122), the build does include quite a few new additions which is indeed a bit surprising. One of the most notable changes in Build 10125 is the new icons. As expected, the build also includes some improvements for Continuum. With the latest build, Windows 10 gets a new back button functionality for tablet mode – here’s a GIF showing how it works:
As you may already guess, the back button basically lets you go back on an app. The feature works just like the back button on Windows Phone 8.1. Nonetheless, this is indeed a very nice addition. It’s worth noting that Build 10125 may not be released to Insiders, it’s been released to partners only – for now, at least.