Microsoft is adding relatively small new features to its latest Windows 10 trial, Redstone 5, which were delivered to Fast Ring and Skip Ahead Insider testers on May 24.
This Redstone 5 build, # 1
Microsoft redesigns the Preferences and More menu in Edge by organizing menu options with icons and keyboard shortcuts. Users can see top sites in the jump list on the Windows taskbar or in the Start menu. In addition, users can more easily organize groups of tabs that they have set aside with this build.
Among the UI covers, Microsoft adds KDNET support for IPv6. According to the 17677 blog post, the company also changes the way workstations display suspended Universal Windows Platform applications / processes in Task Manager.
Microsoft is also renewing the Mobile Broadband Network Stack (LTE) through the NetAdapter Framework by adding a new network driver model. The post says more details will be added soon. Microsoft has added a new and improved Mobile Broadband USB Classdriver based on the NetAdapter framework to Redstone 5 with Build 17655. As of this build, this driver will become the default driver.
Microsoft has made a number of other fixes and updates. Create Edge, Narrator, and Command Prompt. There are several known issues with this build, including one specific to those who participate in the Windows Insider Business Tester program: There is a problem that blocks the use of Azure Active Directory when it receives new flights, which Microsoft hopefully will block An upcoming build fix can be found in the release notes.
Redstone 5 is expected to be available to mainstream users as of October 2018.