WinBeta has an exclusive first look at Windows 10 Build 10114 to show you today, which includes a number of user-interface improvements and enhancements. The Start Menu has been updated, moving File Explorer and Settings to the bottom of the apps list, there’s also a new Start tab in Settings and the Insider Hub has received a major update.
You can check out the video below, and we’ll have highlight posts going into detail about some of the changes this weekend. At this stage of development, Windows 10 builds are implementing final changes before stabilization and RTM, which is expected to happen within the next couple months. What this generally means is that newer builds compiled in the coming weeks will start to include less and less ‘new’ features.
WinBeta understands that this build will not be given to Insiders officially as it’s a winmain_prs build and not an fbl_impressive one. Also as of writing said build hasn’t leaked, so keep that in mind.Further reading: Microsoft, Windows 10