Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
New windows 10 fall creators update 2017

Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 PC Build 16226 for Fall Creators Update Insiders in the Fast Ring. With the latest Preview Build the company has made some improvements to some of its application for Insiders to Test.

Users will be seeing some new improvements made to the Narrator and Calculator with the release of the new Windows 10 PC Build 16226. The Calculator now comes with a Currency Converter feature with the latest Insider PC Build.

The app is updated to desktop version 10.1706.1602.0 were users will now find a Currency option as the top item under the Converters menu. With the Currency Converter users will be able to do almost everything. The main feature of the Currency Converter is it comes with a fresh and shiny Fluent Design System and along with it the Converter works in an offline mode which will help users in getting information without having to roll out extra data charges when they are travelling.

The Windows 10 PC Insider build also brings improvements to the Ease of Access option. The Narrator gains artificial intelligence for generating description of images. It also includes ability to extract text from images using optical character recognition.

Some improvements have also been made to the scaling for Magnifier by which the Text will now appear smoother when it is magnified. Users would however need to enable it by going to Settings>Ease of Access>Magnifier>Enable Bitmap smoothing.

IF any of our users have already downloaded the Latest Windows 10 PC build, then make sure to check out the improvements to the Calculator and Narrator. Do let us know your first impressions in the comments below.


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