Windows 10 Creators Update is getting closer, and you get to know it clearly when Microsoft says that Bug Bash starts this week. Yup, Microsoft today announced Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 15025 along with the second Creator’s Update Bug Bash which starts on Friday. The update s getting rolled out only for PCs running 64-bit (x64) as there is some bug for the PCs running 32-bit (x86).
What’s new in Build 15025
Braille support in Narrator: Currently in beta, and available for the first time, you can not have Braille using Ease of Access settings once you connect a braille display.
- Ensure Narrator is running. Then go to Settings > Ease of Access (WIN + U) and under the Narrator settings, activate the “Download Braille” button. You will be prompted to install braille support.
- Under Settings > Ease of Access, activate the “Enable braille” button and add a braille display. Note that USB and serial connections for the display are supported.
- Under Settings > Ease of Access, choose the language and braille table you want to use.
Mono audio option in Ease of Access settings:
When using a headphone or earbud which just one plug, you can now chose to use Mono Audio option so you dont miss out on anything. In order to change the sound to be mono mode and so all audio is directed to both ears, you will need an earphone with single plugin, and to switch your audio to mono straight from the new Audio section under Settings > Ease of Access > Other options.
Collections in Feedback Hub:
If you are one of the active Windows Insiders sending feedback, you will be happy to know that Collections are now available to grub down the “too many duplicate pieces of feedback!”
This feature will make sure to group together feedback for similar problems and suggestions into single items that bring together all the voices who expressed that sentiment in one place. .
Night light improvements: Earlier named as Blue Light, and now Night Light, you get more options for color temperature range has been extended to go down to very red (1200 K) and the entire range of the slider now works correctly.
IMO, this is going to be the last major update to Windows 10 Creators Update. Post this we will mostly see bug fixing, and stability improvements. Windows 10 Creators Update is getting a lot of features on board. Stay Tuned for our full review.