Microsoft pushed out the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10532 for PC to Fast Ring users, who are part of its Windows Insider Program.
Users who are in the Fast Ring are basically the enrolled inner circle and the first to receive any updates from Microsoft. However, these users also have to deal with all the bugs that are part of the latest Microsoft release.
The Windows 10 Build 10532 is the second one pushed out by Microsoft post-RTM, which has been made available for testers. Microsoft pushed out the latest build on Thursday, Aug. 27, for Fast Ring insiders and it brings bug fixes, improvements and a few tweaks. It also makes some minor changes to the context menu, Windows Feedback app, etc.
"We are releasing a new Windows 10 Insider Preview building to the Fast Ring today: Build 10532. As always, there are bug fixes and improvements in this build over 10525, but also some new features we are very excited to share with Insiders," noted Microsoft in a blog post.
The context menu is now dark like the Start menu and has a "modern look and feel" which complements the rest of the OS. In the past, when a user would click on some areas, the older-looking menu would surface suddenly. This did not complement the new style and sensibilities of Windows 10. Seemingly,Microsoft has taken user feedback and implemented this change to the context menu to bring more parity.
The other change Build 10532 brings is the Windows Feedback app, where testers will have the option to share their feedback on the Insider builds publicly through social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter.
This feature is useful so people can give their feedback on the changes they would like to see Microsoft make, as well as get other users to support their suggested change.
For those interested in becoming an Insider and part of the Fast Ring, go to Settings on your Windows desktop > Update and Security > Advanced Options > Get Insider Builds.