While Microsoft has already confirmed that they are not going to release any Windows 10 Preview Build until end of this year, they are still sharing their updated builds with their partners. We recently reported about Windows 10 Build 9888 which includes updated animations and context menus, changes to Settings app and more. This build got leaked on the web and you can download it from file sharing sites. Read about it here.
Neowin recently posted about two new changes they spotted in the Build 9888. You will be able to search for a setting in Settings app.
The Battery Saver settings page is now somewhat working in this build 9888, but it is not fully functional yet. You can find Battery Saver under PC Settings. Battery Saver conserves battery by limiting background activity and adjusting hardware settings. Battery Saver will turn on automatically if you like, and also you can do it manually whenever needed. You will also have options to set Automatic Rules that define when Battery Saver mode should kick off. For example, Turn Battery Saver on when battery gets below x percentage.