It may soon be an extra exciting time to be a Windows Insider. Twitter user and Microsoft leaker @tfwboredom, otherwise known as “Core” has tweeted out some upcoming features which will be heading to new Windows Insider builds.
Basically, whichever build Microsoft decides to release this week or early next week, it's going to be jam-packed with features.
— Core (@tfwboredom) October 6, 2016
While nothing in the tweets are official, “Core” is a Microsoft leaker who has known to be correct in the past. The user notes that the features might be coming in a build this week or early next week, and then goes on to highlight some the features.
As per his tweets, the first set of features is the ability for Windows to differentiate between tablets and 2 in one devices. Next up are some buzzwords hinting at new recovery features, such as “Recover from the cloud” “Reinstall Windows from the manufacturer.” Third is a new feature called Login Certificates, which according to “Core,” serves the purpose of multiple automated device management. And lastly, new features for Windows Update, including new system apps, the Windows Holographic shell, and, “small changes to features here and there.”
What do you think of these features? Do they excite you? Let us know what you think of these would be new features by dropping us a comment below! And, as always, stay tuned to WinBeta, as we will be here to cover the release of any new features in the upcoming Windows Insider build.Further reading: Core, Redstone 2, RS2, Windows 10