Today Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider preview build 17711 for Insiders on the Fast and Skip Ahead rings, with offers a number of improvements and changes for Microsoft Edge. There are also overall updates to the Fluent Design experience and improvements to Registry Editor as well as display improvements for HDR content. Here a brief of changes and improvements included on Windows 10 Build 17711.
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Microsoft Edge Improvements
Microsoft continuously adding new features and improvements on edge browser to complete over chrome and Firefox browser. Here with Windows 10 Insider build 17711 On Microsoft edge added Learning Tools
- Under learning tools available on Reading View, you can now see additional themes. These let you choose the theme color which is best for your eyes.
- Along with highlighting Parts of speech you can now also change the color in which the Past of speech should be highlighted as well as turn on an indicator right over it. Making it much easier to identify the part of speech.
- Line focus: Helps improve focus while reading an article by highlighting sets of one, three, or five lines.
- New consent box for saving Autofill data: Microsoft Edge seeks your permission each time to save your passwords and card details for Autofill purposes. We have come up with improved design and string changes to the consent notification pop-up to improve discoverability and provide clarity on the value of saving this information.
- PDF toolbar improvements: PDF toolbar can now be invoked by just hovering at the top to make the tools easily accessible to the users.
With this build, Windows 10 introduces depth in the form of shadows to many of the default modern pop-up type controls. As Microsoft explained
Shadows provide visual hierarchy, and with Build 17711 many of our default modern popup type controls will now have them. This is enabled on a smaller set of controls than what the general public will eventually see, and Insiders can expect to see the support grow in subsequent builds.
A new Windows HD Color settings page is now available under Display Settings! Windows HD Color-capable devices can show high dynamic range (HDR) content, including photos, videos, games, and apps. This depends on your display and your PC. The “Windows HD Color Settings” page linked in Display Settings now reports your system’s HD Color capabilities and allows HD Color features to be configured on capable systems.
Registry Editor Improvements
The Registry editor is getting updated as well, and in build 17711, the editor now includes a dropdown as you type to help complete the next part of the path. Also Pressing Ctrl+Backspace will now also delete the last word for speedier backing up. Ctrl + Delete deletes the next word.
That’s all of what’s new, but there are a whole bunch of general bug fixes and improvements, as well as known issues, to check out. You can check out Microsoft’s full release notes to get the skinny on every little tweak.
Windows 10 build 17711 ISO Download Links
Windows 10 build 17711, the update is available immediately through the Fast ring and Skip Ahead for PCs. This preview build will download and install automatically on your device, but you can always force the update from Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button.
You can also download the latest Insider preview build ISO images files for fresh installations. The new Windows 10 17711 ISO includes all Windows 10 editions including Home, Pro, Cloud, Enterprise and Education Editions in one single ISO file. Download the ISO files from the link below. And create a bootable USB/DVD so that you can easily install and enjoy windows 10 Redstone 5 Build 17711 features.