Recently, Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 10532 to Insiders. The latest Insider Preview build of Windows 10 introduced improved context menus and some other tiny improvements.
Now, one of the latest builds of Windows 10, build 10537 also packs a number of user interface improvements. Keep in mind that this hasn’t been released to Insiders. So what’s new in build 10537?
With Build 10537, Microsoft has added the opening/closing animations to the Store apps. On build 10535, the opening and closing animations are only available for the Classic Win32 apps – however, with build 10537, Microsoft has (finally!) added the animations to the Store apps to improve the user experience.
Alongside the app opening/closing animations, Microsoft has also added some improved icons — mostly the icons in Device Manager. The build also comes with an improved background color for the new context menus, which are a bit darker now.
That’s not all — Microsoft has also added the ability to hide your local IP address over WebRTC connection to the Edge browser, which is also a pretty nice addition. Other than that, there doesn’t seem to be anything else new.
Here are some screenshots of build 10537:
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