Microsoft has announced Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16251 for PC was announced today by Microsoft for Insiders in Fast Ring.
What is New in Build 16251 for PC?
Microsoft has now started moving one step further in Mobile Integration. Starting this build, now you can link your mobile with Windows 10.
In current build of Windows 10 Insider Preview, below is the major new feature which is part of Microsoft Build announcement. When you are using this build and for now Android mobile phone, you have option to link phone with PC.
How to use Link Phone feature to achieve cross-browser browsing experience in Build 16251?
- While will need to be verified and using Microsoft account, so that actions between devices can be transferred to each other.
- Once the linking is done, you have to install Microsoft Apps app from Google Play Store.
- Now, when the linking is done and app is installed in your Android Device, you can share your Browser screen on Mobile using the share option.
- Just like you share content on Facebook or WhatsApp, you can choose Continue on PC option. This will ask you Continue Now or Continue Later option.
- If you choose Continue Now, the browser will open on PC and your session will be shared between PC and Mobile. If Continue Later option is selected, action center will display an message on your PC.
Cortana now listens to more commands, you can perform below options in Cortana using Voice commands starting Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16251.
“Hey Cortana, restart PC.”
“Hey Cortana, turn off PC.”
“Hey Cortana, sign out.”
“Hey Cortana, lock PC.”
Along with this, Windows 10 Insider Build 15235 for Mobile is also released today.
Further Microsoft has announced and confirmed the availability of Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) to all customers.
Also, this build comes with the latest patches and updates for the Windows 10, this means, if you are on Windows 10 Build 1703, you are using up-to-date and most secure Windows operating system.
If you have problems finding version current Windows OS, open run command and type
You can read full announcement in Windows Blog.