Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17711
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build, 17711, that shows off the future design for upcoming builds. The new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17711 comes with fluent design updates, changes in Edge, and more. In the mean time, Microsoft has also released a new update for its Store app on Windows 10 Release Preview devices, while its new News app is now rolling out to regular users.
The new Microsoft Edge learning tools available on Reading View, with this user can see additional themes that let them choose the suitable colors. A new Line focus feature helps in improving focus while reading an article by highlighting sets of one, three, or five lines. Moreover, there is a new consent box for saving Autofill data.
Also, in the latest information technology, there are a few enhancements in Edge’s PDF toolbar too. It would now invoked by simply drifting at the top to make the tools effectively open to the clients.
In the mean time, Windows Insiders should now able to see Fluent Design’s shadow impact on more menus in Build 17711. At Build 2018, Microsoft had shared its plans for Fluent Design. Presently, the company has reported a new feature that will help in improving user focus.
Windows HD Color
In the interim, a new Windows ‘HD Color’ page is currently accessible under Display Settings. Microsoft says, Windows HD Color-capable devices can show high dynamic range (HDR) content, including photos, videos, games, and apps.
Pressing Ctrl + Backspace will now also delete the last word for speedier backing up, and Ctrl + Delete erase the next word. There are several other general changes, improvements, and fixes in this build as well.
Coming to the latest update to the Store app, it upgrades the app to version 11806.1001.15.0. According to some reports, there is couple of configuration changes to the Store app. While, Microsoft recently added Departments tab to the Store app, it has now presented fluent design for departments. There is an improved spacing between apps showed from an individual developer and some bug fixes as a part of the update. Notably, the most recent app update is available for Windows Insiders on Release Preview.
Also, Microsoft had renamed the MSN app to Microsoft News app on Android and iOS. The app update adds acrylic to the app’s sidebar and makes the sidebar more transparent.