Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15002 for PC, which comes with a whole bunch of new features and improvements.
For starters, Edge gets some new features, such as tab previews, better tab organization, additional shortcuts to Taskbar icon, click-to-run for Flash content, Payment Request API for web payments, and improved performance.
Next there are some improvements to Windows Start and Shell. The Start menu now gets folder support, there is now a new Share sheet that automatically populates with the apps you use, you can press Win + Shift + S to capture a region of your screen and copy it to the clipboard, there is now improved high-DPI support for all apps, window resizes will now have smoother animations, desktop icons size and placement will not change when you switch between different resolution monitors or a projector, VPN access is now simplified, Lunar calendar support has been added to the Taskbar, and improved notifications for users and developers.
The new build will also come with improvements to Windows Ink, Cortana, Accessibility features, Windows Defender improvements, Settings improvement, touchpad improvements, and much, much more. Microsoft even changed the BSOD to GSOD, that is, the error screen will now be green on the Insider builds to differentiate them from stable builds.
To read about all the changes in detail, head over to the link below.