Microsoft is closing in on finalizing the Redstone 4 build of Windows 10. That build -- which some recent leaks indicate could be called "Spring Creators Update" (and which also is known more succinctly and understandably as 1803 for March 2018, its planned RTM date) -- also adds a few additional features.
With today's build, Microsoft has renamed the settings page under Update & Security from "Windows Defender" to "Windows Security" and redesigned the page.
Other new features include: A Game bar makover (in terms of appearance);an expansion of HDR video access to more Windows PCs; better Bluetooth device pairing; and a new graphics settings page for multi-GPU systems.
Today's build also enables those on Windows 10 S to use Microsoft's Authenticator App to set up their PCs so they don't have to use passwords. And there's a new "clutter-free printing" option in the print dialog for Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft is expected to begin rolling out the first "Redstone 5" test builds some time relatively soon, starting with those in the "Skip Ahead" ring. Those early builds are likely to include mostly under-the-hood OneCore changes and no new features to speak of, at the outset.