At Build 2017, Microsoft today announced the new Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The upcoming update for Windows 10 includes a bunch of new features, including a new Story Remix experience that lets you make digital memories, clipboard syncing, Windows Timeline, and more. Microsoft has just released a new build of Windows 10 to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring, bringing one of those headline features of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to Insiders.
With build 16193 of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Windows Insiders can now try out the new Story Remix experience in their Windows 10 PCs. The new Story Remix experience is built right into the Microsoft Photos app, and it also utilizes the newly announced Fluent Design System from Microsoft. Story Remix will be able to automatically make memories using your photos and videos — and you can then share those memories online. What’s more, the experience gives users a lot of advanced editing features along with integration for 3D objects from Remix 3D and Paint 3D which is definitely really cool.
Build 16193 also brings the ability to individually control the volume of UWP apps from the Volume Mixer in Windows 10. Yes, finally. Once you install the latest build, you will be able to control the volume for whatever UWP app you want without needing to change the volume of the whole system. The new feature also works with Microsoft Edge — in fact, it will let you control the volume for each tab on Microsoft Edge and that’s going to be really useful. But there’s still a major problem: you can’t control the volume for specific apps from the volume flyout in the taskbar — instead, you have to open the full Sound Mixer which is kinda annoying.
Microsoft is releasing a bunch of other improvements and fixes for Windows 10 with build 16193. The company also released build 15213 for Mobile devices, but that doesn’t include anything exciting as per usual.