Update: Microsoft has released build 14965 to Windows 10 Mobile devices in the Slow Ring as well:
— Dona Sarkar (@donasarkar) November 17, 2016
Last week, Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. The build, 14965, introduced a big new feature: a virtual touchpad for Windows tablets. With the virtual touchpad, Windows 10 users are able to control external monitors connected to their Windows 10 tablets such as the Surface Pro 4 without having to connect an external mouse. In addition to these updates, Microsoft also brought Sticky Notes’ Insights features to more countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, France, and India.
The update introduced a couple of other improvements for Windows Ink: the Recently Used apps now shows 6 apps and users can also now access their pen settings very quickly. The update also improved the loading time of Windows Ink’s Sketchpad, and the protector in Windows Ink can now be shrunk/expanded using your mouse’s scroll-wheel.
Windows 10 Build 14965 includes some other bug fixes and performance improvements, which are always nice to see. The build is only available to Windows 10 PC users part of the Windows Insider program’s Slow Ring. Microsoft is yet to release Windows 10 Mobile Build 14965 to Windows Insiders in the Slow Ring, but that might arrive shortly. Additionally, it is worth noting that Microsoft is yet to provide the official ISO files for Windows 10 Build 14965, but that will likely arrive soon, too.
If you are interested, you can find the full changelog for Windows 10 build 14965 here.