New features in latest Windows 10 preview build

Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 build 14361 to insiders part of the fast ring a few hours ago, and in addition to several important goodies for Windows users, there are also new improvements for those who're interested in the Ubuntu bash on Windows.

Microsoft has released the latest preview build for the forthcoming Anniversary Update of Windows 10, delivering the usual clutch of bug fixes and new features, including support for Hyper-V Containers.

Microsoft has pushed out another preview build for its next major update to Windows 10, introducing support for Hyper-V Containers along with a list of bug fixes. People can set up a container - basically a simplified operating system environment for use with a particular application - that runs the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5 Nano Server on their PC.

Windows Ink improvements: The Windows Ink ruler is now long enough to span diagonally across the Surface Book display, while Windows Ink pencil tool issues have been resolved.

With the Settings app, again interface tweaks have been made, such as adjusting the text size to be more readable and adding a splash of colour to highlight which Settings tab you've selected. They also updated the Blu-ray and the network Quick Action icon. The new build brings the LastPass extension to Microsoft Edge, which lets users of the popular password management service have easy access to their saved passwords.

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update, also known by the codename Redstone, is slated to be available at the end of July, a year after Microsoft officially released Windows 10.

For more information on the new LastPass Edge extension jump over to the LastPass Blog website for details by following the link below.

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