- Apr 24, 2016
Here are the most important features and changes that Microsoft has been working on in the last three preview builds of Windows 10.
Windows 10 devices enrolled in the Windows Insider Program's Dev Channel recently picked up Windows 10 build 21364, a new preview that includes a couple of significant changes and several improvements.
For example, in this release, Microsoft is shipping a new update version of the Windows Subsystem for Linux that brings support for Linux GUI apps to Windows 10. Task Manager gets a new Eco mode to limit app access to resources to improve performance, and now the tool displays classifications for Microsoft Edge processes.
Besides build 21364, the company also made available three other previews since our last roundup of changes, including build 21343, 21354, and 21359 that also delivered several changes and visual improvements to the Settings app, File Explorer, Start menu, and more.
In this Windows 10 guide, we will highlight the new features and changes Microsoft has been working on in the Dev Channel of the Windows Insider Program.
In this guide, we'll look into the most interesting new features and changes available in the last four previews of Windows 10, including build 21364, 21359, 21354, and 21343.