Microsoft has issued a new build of Windows 10, numbered 14342, for testers on the Fast Ring.
The most notable feature in the new update is the removal of the controversial WiFi Sense feature. The idea was that participants could share WiFi codes with contacts, but in reality it wasn't being used and there were concerns about security.
"We have removed the WiFi Sense feature that allows you to share WiFi networks with your contacts and to be automatically connected to networks shared by your contacts," explained Gabe Aul in a blog announcing the new build.
"The cost of updating the code to keep this feature working, combined with low use and low demand, made this not worth further investment. WiFi Sense, if enabled, will continue to get you connected to open WiFi hotspots that it knows about through crowdsourcing."
The decision to remove WiFi Sense from the latest test build means that the feature will disappear in a future update for mainstream testers.
The big news for users of Edge is that extensions can now be installed directly from the Windows Store.
Adblock and Adblock Plus have been added, which may surprise some, but it seems that Microsoft is happy to shout from the rooftops about it.
However, as ever, there are problems. In this case, if you disable extensions you might not be able to close the browser without killing the process in Task Manager.
Websites can now opt in to push notifications, just like Chrome and Firefox. These will be added to the Action Centre and clicking them takes you to the appropriate web page.
Popular demand has seen the reinstatement of the ability to swipe back and forward using a gesture in Edge.
Skype's Universal Windows app has gained a dark theme and it's now easier to switch between Skype accounts.
Bash/Ubuntu functionality has had some additions, and Symlinks in the Windows Subsystem are now functional in Windows mounts.
There's been a tweak to the Windows Ink Workspace icon, and User Account control now supports dark mode.
There's a bunch of fixes and a few bugs (that's exactly what the Fast Ring is for anyway) including blue screens for Norton users. Some of the newer emojis are missing too.
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