Following alongside release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update last week, Microsoft is looking to keep the update train rolling, and today has announced build 14901 for users in the fast ring.
While there isn’t a whole lot of new stuff showing up here, Microsoft have just come off a major official release, and are working on fixing the bugs that come along with it.
The major announcement coming along with this build are notifications within the file explorer, which helps users learn about the new features present in Windows 10 they might not have known about. Users will be able to turn these notifications on or off however, so they need not worry about consistent suggestions clogging their experience.
The update will be available for PC users in the fast ring soon, and will be available on mobile within a couple of weeks.
Excited for what’s to come?
via: Windows Blog
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