After it accidentally released internal builds of Windows 10 to the public last week, Microsoft got its Windows Insider Program back on track with the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16215 for PC and Preview Build 15222 for mobile devices.
Preview Build 16215 continues the trend of introducing new features instead of focusing mostly on bug fixes. That's to be expected--the Windows 10 Creators Update debuted in April, and Microsoft has only a few months to prepare the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for its debut later this year. This build improves many aspects of Windows 10, but the stars of the show are the new Start and Action Center.
Both have been updated with elements from Fluent Design, the new design system Microsoft introduced at its Build developer conference in May. Fluent Design is based on a few principles--light, depth, motion, material, and scale--meant to help developers make apps for everything from laptops and desktops to Windows Mixed Reality devices and tablets. Start and Action Center are part of the company's move to Fluent Design.
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