At its Build developer conference a few weeks ago, Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, a major update for Windows 10 due this summer. One of its biggest aspects was substantially reworked and improved pen support (“Ink” in Microsoft terminology) intended to make pen applications easier to find and use and to make stylus use more powerful. A new Windows build that provides the first access to these new features, version 14328, has just been promoted to the fast ring.
New Windows 10 build: New Start menu, notifications, pen features
2016-04-22 Windows 9 Comments
Someone at Microsoft really, really, has a thing for screwing with the start menu. I can’t decide if they’re a masochist, sadist, or sociopath though.