Microsoft has quietly disabled the annoying pop ups suggesting you to use Edge when installing Chrome or Firefox on an Insider PC, and the company issued a statement saying that this "ad" was just a part of Insider testing.
The Windows 10 Insider build 17751 is another minor release with a small list of bug fixes and improvements, but there are still some noteworthy changes including the removal of the Windows Insider watermark.
The Windows 10 RS5 build 17746 removes the ability to rename tabs that you've set aside in Microsoft Edge, and Microsoft also announced today that it's rolling out its new Your Phone to all Windows Insiders on the Release Preview ring.
The preview build 17741 is bringing more minor fixes and improvements today, and Microsoft highlighted that it's now easier than ever to get started with the Your Phone app with a new desktop pin that will take you directly to it.
Despite Microsoft saying that its work is done on the dark File Explorer, you can still encounter white windows in a lot of places, including the legacy Control Panel, the Folder Options pop up windows, and more.