In the wake of the recently released Windows 10 Technical Preview, Microsoft has just issued an update. The update takes the form of a new preview build that’s available for installation from the update and recovery section of PC setting. This comes on the heels of the speculation around the updates KB3008956, KB3008931 and KB3008956 which were readily available for download in the 9841 build of Windows 10 Technical preview, but failed to install because of a build incompatibility.
As Microsoft continues to develop Windows 10, the latest preview build (9860) refines a few of the already existing features, as well as adds some new features.
Noteworthy is the Notification Center (Action Center) which collects alerts from other windows applications and system notifications. Notifications are then grouped by application and time.
Fingers crossed on what subsequent builds will include before Windows 10 ships next year.
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