A new build of Windows 10 has just been released to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. The software giant is today releasing build 15014 for PCs and Mobile devices, which brings another set of new features similar to some of the recently released builds of Windows 10.
Windows 10 now lets you choose any color as the accent color
To be more specific, Windows 10 Build 15014 actually introduces the ability to set any color as the accent color in Windows 10. At the moment, Windows 10 only allows you to choose from a set group of colors as the accent color in the OS but that’s going to change soon with the Creators Update. Starting with build 15014, Windows 10 now lets you choose any color you want as the accent color in Windows 10 which is a really major feature.
There’s a new e-book store in Windows 10
Another feature that’s new in Windows 10 Build 15014 is the new e-book store on the Windows Store which we exclusively revealed earlier this week. The new e-book store essentially allows users to buy e-books from the Windows Store which they can then read on Microsoft Edge. Buying a book from the Windows Store works just like it does for apps, games, movies and music — so if you have previously purchased something from the Windows Store, buying a book from the Windows Store should be pretty straightforward for you.
There’s a bunch of other minor new features in this build — for example, there’s a new option (disabled by default) that automatically frees up space on your PC, and there’s a new slider on the power flyout in the taskbar which lets you easily switch between the different power modes.
In addition to the new build of Windows 10, Microsoft has also announced that the company is delaying the upcoming My People experience in Windows 10, which was one of the biggest features which were supposed to arrive with the Creators Update.
As usual, if you are a Windows Insider in the Fast Ring, you can get build 15014 from Windows Update in the Settings app. But if you aren’t a Windows Insider, you will get these new features and more with the Windows 10 Creators Update which is set to be released this April.
You can also find the full changelog for build 15014 here.