Microsoft today released another new build of Windows 10 to Insiders in the Fast Ring. The latest build of Windows 10 is build 15025, and it’s arguably much smaller of an update when compared to some of the recent Insider Preview releases. The last couple of Windows 10 Insider builds introduced a bunch of new features that Microsoft will be shipping with the Creators Update. The latest build of Windows 10, however, does not introduce a lot of new features but it does fix a lot of bugs.
The new build of Windows 10 brings braille support to Narrator. Braille support is available as a beta at the moment, but the beta supports braille displays from more than 35 manufacturers, using more than 40 languages and multiple braille variants, including grade 2 contracted braille.
Windows 10 Build 15025 also introduces a new feature called Collections in the Feedback Hub which basically compiles feedback for similar issues into a single item. If you are a Windows Insider, you will be able to upvote collections and you can also share those collections and comment on them.
And lastly, Microsoft has extended the color temperature range for the Night Light feature which you can now set to 1200K.
Once again, build 15025 is only available for PCs and you can get it by heading over to Windows Update if you are a Windows Insider.
If you are interested, you can find the full changelog for build 15025 here.