#Windows10 #Microsoft – Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Build 14965 for Users in the Slow Ring : When this happens, it means that Microsoft has already managed to fix some of the critical issues that fast ring insiders reported, so the build runs smoothly on the majority of computers.
The company hasn’t provided any specifics on this build, but given the fact that there were several known issues when Microsoft released it to insiders, the company has most likely managed to fix at least some of them, and this is a reason why it pushed it to slow ring insiders too.
“What’s new in this build?”
In case you’re wondering if there’s anything special that makes this build worth trying, the most exciting addition in Windows 10 build 14965 is the new virtual touchpad, which certainly comes in handy on a touch display, such as on tablets.
“Use it just like you would a physical touchpad to control content on the connected screen. To enable it, press and hold on the taskbar and select ‘Show touchpad button’. A touchpad icon will now appear in the notification area (just like Windows Ink Workspace does), and tapping on it will bring it up the virtual touchpad,” Microsoft explained.
Additionally, there are also Sticky Notes updates, as well as Windows Ink Workspace improvements and some refinements to the Hyper-V VM experience on PCs. Without a doubt, this build is really worth trying if you’re part of the insider program and now that it’s available for the slow ring as well, you should really install it.
To download the new build, launch Settings and go to Update & security > Windows Update > Check for updates. Obviously, it’ll take a while to download and install the build, but it’ll be worth the wait. Source: softpedia