Windows 10 Redstone 5 is the next major update to Windows 10 coming this fall, and its development is now well underway. With every new Insider preview build, comes a list of new features and changes. Here’s our consolidated changelog for Windows 10 Redstone 5 that we will continue to update throughout development.
Keep in mind this changelog only includes things that result in new features or big changes. We are not including a list of fixes in this changelog. For that, you can check out the official Windows Blog.
- Windows 10 UWP apps and some Win32 apps such as File Explorer now feature a tabbed UI similar to that found in Microsoft Edge called “Sets.”
- Users can restore entire tabbed window sessions from either Timeline or the Sets UI.
- A new “safe removal” feature has been added that lists open applications that might be using an external GPU connected via Thunderbolt 3.
- Notifications in the Action Center now feature a fade-in effect when the Action Center is opened.
- Cortana’s Settings category has been renamed to “Cortana & Search.”
- Windows Mail will now open links in Edge by default. This cannot be changed. (This may get removed before RS5 is finalized.)
Catch up on all the changes from the previous Windows 10 updates
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Updated March 25, 2018: We updated this changelog with the latest changes found in build 17627.
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