Windows 10 Build 10558 lets you save apps to a different drive


Windows 10 Build 10558 recently leaked out on the internet, giving us a sneak peak at what’s coming in the upcoming official Insider Preview release. The latest build of Windows 10 brings a handful of new features, and improvements. With the latest build, Microsoft is bringing back the ability to save apps to a different drive or an SD card. The feature was removed from Windows 10 back in July, as Microsoft stated that it wasn’t ready for prime time.

Thankfully though, it seems like the feature is ready for the Threshold 2 (aka Wave 2) release which should arrive sometime later this year. Obviously, this isn’t a major feature but this is indeed quite useful — especially for tablet users.

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