Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 for PC

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 for PC

It’s been more than a year since Windows 10 was officially released to the public. Windows 10 includes major updates and functionality over its predecessors, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. But more importantly, Windows 10 is more than just a PC operating system, it also hits Windows phones and tablets as well.


Microsoft has just released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 for PC and with it comes a whole slew of new features and improvements. Accordingly, Microsoft Edge includes several new features such as tab previews, better tab organization, auto-blocking Flash and much improved performance. Noticeably, you now can launch either a standard browser or an InPrivate Window right from your taskbar.

There are also some improvements to Start Menu and Notification Drawer. Users now can drop several titles into a custom folder on the Start Menu. All you have to do is to drop one app on tap of another and name your folder. There is also a new Share sheet that automatically links with the apps you are now using. You now can OneNote’s Win + Shift + S command to grab an image and copy it to the clipboard.

With Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002, Cortana gets some updates. Accordingly, Microsoft’s virtual helper will automatically suggest commands based on what you are typing, thereby helping you to figure what you are going to next. Activating Cortana is now different, you now can use a much simpler command Win + C. Windows Defender gets a refresh, as it now includes the ability to run advanced scans with a report on your PC’s health.

Other improvements and changes include smoother animations, Lunar calendar support, and simplified VPN access. Noticeably, desktop icon sizes will not change when you switch between different resolutions. Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 is a major update with tons of changes and improvements. The update is expected to arrive in non-Insider PCs later this spring.

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