We all know that the Windows 10 Creators Update is going to be a big deal for the operating system (OS), but now – with Insider Preview build #15002 just released – we have a better idea of exactly how big.
Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program lead Dona Sarkar, following much hubbub over the past few days regarding how long it’s been since the last release of an Insider Preview build, shared a blog post detailing a veritable laundry list of changes and improvements.
We’re talking about thousands of words worth of details – it’s almost as if Microsoft looks to make up for something. Because there are so, so many new tools and improvements now available to Insider Preview users in the Fast Ring update channel, let’s focus on the most exciting ones.
Edge begins to cut the mustard
Microsoft has finally introduced a web payments interface to its Edge browser for testing, allowing users to test out how those payments will work once the system launches. In other words, you won’t be able to buy things through it yet, but at least you can see how it will work.
The firm has now also bestowed a useful feature upon the browser: tab storing. Now, you can group a collection of tabs and store them together behind a handy button near the address bar.