Microsoft today released a new preview for PCs with Edge, Skype, Diagnostic Data Viewer, video, typing insights, font, security, Task Manager, accessibility, container, and mixed reality improvements. This build is from the RS5 branch, which represents the Windows 10 update the company plans to release later this year.
Windows 10 is being developed as a service, meaning it receives new features on a regular basis. Microsoft has released five major updates so far: November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, and April 2018 Update.
Edge has a new beta logo (to visually differentiate between officially released versions and preview builds) and a new icon for PDFs in File Explorer when Edge is your default PDF handler. Edge has also received a depth effect in the tab bar to emphasize the active tab, easier-to-navigate settings, the ability to customize which icons appear in the toolbar, and an option to control whether media can play automatically (Advanced Settings => Media autoplay).
Skype for Windows 10 has also gotten an update with new calling features, flexible group call canvas, snapshots, easier screensharing, new layout for contacts, customizable themes and improvements to the media gallery, notifications panel, and @mentions. Microsoft is also promising more frequent Skype updates from the Microsoft Store.
The Windows Diagnostic Data Viewer will now show Problem Reports (crashes and other disruptions) that have been or will be sent to Microsoft. The user interface has also been updated slightly to let you view data points by category (to the right of the…