Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds Are Showing Off New Tech
The last few months have seen Microsoft striving to improve the Windows 10 experience, at least for registered Windows Insiders. This of course will allow for testing of new features by those who are accustomed to working in a potentially unstable environment to the end of determining how it can be made stable. Some of these new features are things which can be used and tested immediately but others such as Windows 10 Braille support (introduced in February 2017 with Build 15025) require additional software which must be installed. This is also true when it comes to the Microsoft Edge browser because it now allows many extensions which had previously been precluded. All in all there are many new features indicating that Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds are showing off new tech.