In this latest build, Microsoft has improved context menus to give them "a modern look and feel" in the latest test build. The company also has enabled sharing in the Windows Feedback app, so that testers can share feedback via Twitter, Facebook and other channels.
Microsoft simultaneously is rolling out test Build 10532 of its Edge browser, which includes new canvas blend modes, pointer lock, asm.js on by default and more.
Known issues in 10532 include Windows Hello authentication not working with some devices, as well as continued compatibility issues with 64-bit Google Chrome. Windows Insider chief Gabe Aul said Google is aware of the issue and Microsoft is advising those who want to use Chrome to use the 64-bit Chrome Canary build or 32-bit Chrome on 10532 in the interim.
Aul told testers to stay tuned to the Insider Hub about some "upcoming feature announcements for both PC and mobile that Insiders will get to try out first." He also told testers that Microsoft encountered some blocking issues in internal Windows 10 Mobile builds that have resulted in the company holding off for now from rolling out the next Windows 10 Mobile preview build.