Microsoft has recently released the update for its Windows Insider preview which brings a number of improvements and fixes to it. The latest build 17639 which is a part of the Redstone 5 development branch is now available for the insiders on the Skip Ahead mode.
As per some reports from the web, the new update brings features like 'Drag and Drop' support for the app tabs between and within the Sets Window. Further, the addition of new shortcuts is said to be compatible with File Explorer tabs and a new context menu for tabs in sets along with more options.
It is also being reported that the update brings the option to check the battery level of the Bluetooth-enabled devices from within the Windows by visiting Settings>Bluetooth and other devices. Further, Microsoft has also fixed the calculator bug that didn't calculate and display the perfect square roots, for example, the bug displayed the square root of 4 as 1.999999 instead of 2. Now that the latest update has fixed the bug, the Insider preview will show the correct perfect square of a number.
Also in one of our earlier articles related to the Microsoft Insider preview, we covered the update which was rolled out to Insider Preview. Microsoft Windows 10 insider features bug fixes and also brings some improvements to the windows However the insider preview (build 17903) is limited to the users enrolled in the Windows Insider program. The stable release is expected to come out by the end of this year and Windows users will be able to enjoy the same benefits as the users of the Insider view program. You can read the complete story here.