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Microsoft’s Windows 10 ‘Redstone 5’ Build Adds More ‘Sets’ Features

Software giant Microsoft is slated to release the latest Windows 10 Redstone 5. The company’s latest test build features a new functionality. This functionality is the “sets” management feature in Windows operating system.

 

‘Redstone 5’ Build Has More ‘Sets’ Features

 

Microsoft has released the Build 17639 last April 4 especially to Fast Ring Insider testers. The Build 17639 has reportedly added the same new sets features. In case you don’t know these sets is actually a windows-management tool.

 

If you are going to use sets, it allows a user to group together files, apps, web pages, among others while you are working in tabs using the company’s Edge browser. With Build 17639, you can actually use the Alt + Tab keys to switch between a group of tabs.

Users are also advised that there would be new Settings for sets under Build 17639. The software giant is working to have two File Explorer windows grouped together. Moreover, the build is expected to feature a new UI which allows a user to access or open new tabs in the browser’s File Menu.

 

Also, in a blog post, Microsoft has detailed the specific functionality of sets, bug fixes and other known issues. The company also made mention that it is planning to enable Sets for Win32 desktop apps which include the Office Productivity Suites.

 

Other features of Build 17639 are battery level that can be checked via Bluetooth devices. Second, Microsoft has also updated the default Windows Calculator. The app now recognizes perfect square.

 

Meanwhile, Redstone 5 will be rolling out in October 2018, according to Microsoft.

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Mart Sambalud

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