Microsoft Windows 10 Beta: What We Need To Know About It’s New Features?

Microsoft recently pulled the best features for Windows 10 during the beta testing. It was introduced by the Redmond-based tech giant last year. The Sets is the most vastly awaited by the fans of The Microsoft recently pulled the best features for Windows 10 during the beta testing. It was introduced by the Redmond-based tech giant last year. The Sets is the most vastly awaited by the fans of Windows 10 to have. Sets seem to be an ordinary tool but it’s not and the complex process for the OS to make it real.

The Windows 10 upcoming feature offers a similar experience the users would see in an internet browser. It can open multiple tabs at the same time. However, it does not have to belong to the similar application. Users now could open many applications in different tabs in a single window. For example, in one window you could have tabs for different web pages that you’re visiting – but each one can run in the different browser. Similarly, the Office documents and practically the whole thing else that runs on Windows 10 can be opened in corresponding tabs.

In addition, they put a time-saving feature to make the users’ workflow abridge and make Windows 10 a much quicker and intuitive experience. It is being said that the Sets would make an appearance in the next update of Windows 10 which is coming later this year. Windows 10 makers are planning to improve Sets furthermore before it’s launch.

As a result, Sets has been pulled from the latest Windows 10 test build (17704) which was out earlier this week. The sources said that Microsoft will start testing its next Windows 10 update in the next few months. The software giant had never assured that Sets would be ready for its next major Windows 10 update. But the news will still result as a blow to fans of Windows hoping they would be able to experience the update as soon as possible.

The latest preview build of Windows 10, comes with beefed up security features that keep-out dangerous malware. The 17704 update deploys a host of a new function that could come in a soon-to-be-released patch. Dubbed “block suspicious behaviors”, the new setting in the virus and threat protection tab involves new technology intended to stop ransomware and malware threats. The new feature monitors applications and will recognize when something out of the ordinary is being done that could harm your rig (e.g. PC or laptop).

The latest preview build has heightened security features that brings changes to Skype for Windows 10. Users can now take screenshots during calls and have the freedom to choose who appears in the main call area when on group or conference video call. Also, users can choose a theme and color for their Skype. They can apply the feature in application settings.