Newest Windows 10 build refreshes Edge’s UI, stops apps from setting defaults

Windows 10
Another week, another build of Windows 10. This one introduces some of the features Microsoft showed off its Build conference a few weeks ago, as well as a number of smaller cosmetic features. First up, there’s been some changes to the Start Menu. Most notably, you’ll now need to dive into your Personalization settings to manually switch between the more traditional looking Start menu and the more tablet-friendly full screen option. Microsoft removed this option to avoid confusion – many users incorrectly thought enabling the full-screen start would activate tablet mode. Windows 10 will still change the start screen type…

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