Microsoft delivers Windows 10 test build with new Start, inking, Cortana lock screen features
The newest Windows 10 'Redstone' Fast Ring test build, 14328, includes new features Microsoft showed off last month at Build, including Windows Ink, an updated Start experience, Cortana updates and more.
Microsoft showed off many of these features at its recent Build 2016 conference. The Windows Ink feature, in particular, got a lot of air time, with demonstrations of how the updated digital inking feature will allow users to create sticky notes, draw on white boards and use ink with third-party and Microsoft applications that support it. (Microsoft apps that will support Windows Ink include Edge, Maps and Office.)
This new build also includes the aforementioned Cortana-lockscreen change, so that users can ask Cortana to set reminders like "Buy milk before I get home" from the lockscreen. Other Cortana changes in this build include the ability to use Cortana without first setting it up or signing in. Cortana notifications are visible in the Action Center, as well, as Microsoft officials said previously.