Microsoft just released a brand new Windows 10 preview build to insiders in the Dev channel, and this time the organization has actually included a bunch of new features for everyone to try out.
One of the first improvements in build 20175 concerns the taskbar and Microsoft Edge, as Microsoft has included a new feature for pinned taskbar. The organization explains the next:
“We’re announcing another feature we’ve been focusing on to make you more effective when browsing the net: quick access to tabs for your pinned sites. Clicking a pinned site around the Taskbar will show you all of the open tabs for your site across all of your Microsoft Edge windows, much like you’d expect for just about any app with multiple keep the windows open,” Microsoft says.
To test this selection, you’ve got to be running the latest build and Microsoft Edge Canary and Dev version 85.0.561.0, albeit Microsoft says it enabled the new tool just for some users.
New way to reset UWP apps
Also today, Microsoft is enabling a brand new PowerShell command to reset UWP apps. Such functionality had been obtainable in the Settings app, but starting today, users can turn to the following command to do exactly the same thingOwners of Microsoft’s Surface Pro X will also be obtaining a new feature called Eye-to-eye contact which helps them look at the camera when taking part in a video call.
“Powered by artificial intelligence capabilities of the Microsoft SQ1(TM) processor, Eye-to-eye contact helps you to adjust your gaze on video calls which means you appear to be looking directly in the camera on your Surface Pro X. Windows Insiders can turn this feature on via the Surface app on their own Surface Pro X,” Microsoft says.
As it’s the case associated with a other build, this new release has a number of known issues and underneath the hood fixes, and you can check them out in full within the box after the jump.