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Microsoft today is rolling out a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17128 for Fast Ring Insiders. The update comes with fixes and improvements for Insiders enrolled in the Fast Ring. With the Fast Ring build Microsoft has now made available a  new “Cortana Show Me” app in the Microsoft Store.

This app is currently available for Insiders enrolled in the Fast Ring with English US and UK and German only. The new Cortana Show Me app lets users to help them navigate Windows 10 Settings.

Cortana will help users to change the settings step by step which is helpful basically for non technical users who are willing to set up their PCs with Windows 10. The app currently includes 15 guides comprising of different type of settings and letting user to set up their PCs with Windows 10.

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The Insider team also took this opportunity to confirm that Windows 10 users don’t need such type of experience, but this app is mainly useful for their friends and family who would like to set up their PCs.

The app responds to voice commands when you ask Cortana to show how to change the screen resolution. However the guides can also be launched directly from the homepage if you are a  non tech guy and want to set up your PCs.

This app is currently rolling out worldwide and might not be available for all just yet. If you are not able to download the app, then make sure to check the Store again in some days to be able to download the app.

As reported this app is only available currently for Windows 10 Insiders who have downloaded the latest insider preview build enrolled in Fast Ring. We expect Microsoft to make this app available to all users with the release of Spring Creators Update next month.

If any of our users have been able to download the app on their PCs, do share your first impressions, in the comments below.

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