As Microsoft said in the earlier release of Windows 10 build 10041, the Redmond keeps releasing new builds twice in a month. This time, Microsoft releases a new modern style themed Windows build 10061 within the update center. If you have already installed build 10056 users on your system, you may not feel something new on this update unless the dark theme.
What is new in the Windows build 10061?
As we said earlier, this new build is something similar to the unreleased update 10056. If you are not installed the build 10056, you can experience the notable changes in the build 10061 other than Windows 10 dark theme.
Mail and Calendar app now makeover to the new UI with the contemporary look. If you are the regular, users of Windows 10 mail and calendar app, this update makes you have delightful navigation over the app. The new overhauled Windows app looks slightly similar to the Windows phone mail and calendar app.
There is also some presence of performance and visual tweaks over Start menu, Action Center, and taskbar. Cortana also gets improved performance on this Windows build.
Continuum and task view takes some improvements to have better touch experience. Therefore, the touch screen Windows Insider users now capable of having the fully touch-based task view menu and taskbar.
The much-awaited Windows 10 dark theme now makes debut at build 10061. Now the new modern UI dark theme as the default visual style on personalization screen. Another surprising is that this is the first ever build released from Redmond with the dark theme as the default visual style. The start screen, start menu, and taskbar also revamped with the modern Windows 10 dark black theme.
Alongside the above features, Microsoft also disables the option to change the Windows color in personalization screen. The system itself changes the theme color based on what picture you have set as wallpaper on your desktop.
Spartan is now default browser in Windows 10 build 10061. Any hyperlinks inside any documents now get open with the new Spartan browser. If you still want to use Internet Explorer in Windows 10, this update pre-pinned Internet Explorer on the taskbar.
Download Windows 10061 preview build:
Windows build 10061 currently available for fast ring users only and the update available through update center. The Redmond not yet released the particular build for slow ring users and expecting to have the same for later this month.
Windows 10 build 10061 ISO also not yet released officially, and the update will roll out once the slow ring users got the update.
If you are a fast ring user, simply go to setting->Update & Recovery and check for the update.
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