Microsoft has delivered yet another preview build for the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update release, this time adding support for the Evernote note-taking application with an extension for the Edge browser, along with the now routine collection of fixes.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14372 is available now to testers on the Fast Ring of Microsoft's Windows Insider evaluation programme. It updates the PC and Mobile platforms, and follows hard on the heels of two separate releases just a few days ago.
Microsoft is now focused on improving the quality of the code as the company prepares for the official release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update at the end of July, and the preview builds tend to have more fixes and fewer new features.
"This build is just one build newer than the last one but has a handful of fixes to improve overall performance and reliability," said Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider programme, announcing the new build on the Windows Experience blog.
However, one new feature is an extra extension for the Edge browser introduced in Windows 10. This is an Evernote Web Clipper extension that enables users of the Evernote app to Clip web pages they want to keep, save them to an Evernote account and easily find them on any Windows device, Microsoft said.
This extension apparently works only with the Edge browser from this preview build (14372) onwards, according to Microsoft.
However, there are a few problems even with this new feature. The Evernote Web Clipper may fail to load on some websites, and there is no thumbnail image when clipping bookmarks, the firm said.
Microsoft also warned that users who enable Developer Mode in this build will receive an error message because the necessary package requirements from Windows Update are not being published appropriately, preventing access to the Device Portal. Microsoft is working to fix this as soon as possible.
On the Windows 10 Mobile side, Microsoft is investigating reports that some users have experienced reduced battery life on older handsets such as the Lumia 830, 930 and 1520. The firm is also looking into reports that some users have had problems with dropped WiFi connections.
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