Windows 10 Redstone 1 [14316] En-us (x64) AIO [5in1] Incl Activator

Windows 10 Redstone 1 [14316] En-us (x64) AIO [5in1] Incl Activator

windows 10

Program version: WINDOWS 10 Insider Preview 14316.1000.160402-2217.RS1
Official site: MicroSoft
Author builds: TEAM OS
Language: English
Treatment: complete
Type of medicine: KMS Activator

System Requirements:

* Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or higher .
* RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB).
* Free space on hard drive space: 16 gigabytes (GB).
* Graphics card: graphics device Microsoft DirectX 9 or later.
* Additional requirements to use certain features.
* To use the touch features require tablet or monitor that supports multi-touch.
* To access the Windows Store to download and run applications that require an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024×768 pixels.

Added Editions :-
Windows 10 Home Insider Preview x64
Windows 10 Education x64
Windows 10 Enterprises Insider Preview x64
Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview x64
Windows 10 Home Insider Preview Single Language x64

Fixed issues

Start and Cortana

Cortana can now sync across devices
You’ll now get a notification whenever your mobile device is running out of battery
Find my phone/Ring my phone is now available through Cortana
You can now share map directions between your devices
Cortana can now automatically fetch the required speech language for you
You can now change Cortana’s language
Cortana’s Settings have been moved outside the Notebook

You can now show a window on all your desktops
User Interface

When logging into a locked account, the new lockscreen animation is now used
Windows Spotlight is now supported with the new lockscreen animation
Some apps like Edge, Skype and more are using a new loading animation
The upgrade experience has a new design

Edge has been updated from version 34.14295 to version 37.14316 with the following updates
You can now upload folders
On Mobile, when an app opens a new tab, pressing back will now close it
On Mobile, when typing in a text box, you can now use the pase button above the keyboard
Edge now supports importing favorites from Firefox
Imported favorites will now be put in their own folder, instead of the already existing favorites folder
The Favorites hub now uses a tree view
When closing Edge with running downloads, Edge will now warn you
You can now set a default save location for downloads
Edges default opening settings are now a dropdown
There is now an accessibility tree view in F12
You can now debug extensions through F12
You can now use DOM API profiling
EdgeHTML has been updated from version 14.14295 to version 14.14316 with the following updates
Default parameters
Object.values and Object.entries
Opus audio format
Time element
Date element
Output element
Color input type
Canvas Path2D objects
Web Speech API
The User Agent String has been updated
The following flags have been added
ES6 Regex symbols
Fetch API
Web Notifications API

New panels, settings and options
You can now choose which app’s notifications are more important to you
You can now choose how many notifications an app can have in the Action Center
You can now choose between dark and light mode
The color for title bars and the color for the taskbar, start and Action Center can now be toggled separately from each other
You can now manage background processes on a per-app base
Windows Update now allows you to set the time you’re most active in so that it can avoid updating at that point
The Windows Update notification after installing an update now takes you to the device’s update history
You can now enable Device Portal
You can now enable a number of developer-focused settings for File Explorer
There are now a number of developer-focused settings for Remote Desktop
PowerShell also has a number for develop-focused settings
Visual updates and others
The Settings app has a new design for its home page
The accent color table has been redesigned and is now always shown
Battery settings are now displayed on one single page
Under “Activation” Windows will now say that the license is coupled to your account

You can now use the Ubuntu Bash natively in Windows

Skype UWP Preview has been added as a default app
Connect has been added as a default app
Test Taker has been added as a default app
You can now react on feedback in the Feedback Hub
Messaging Everywhere Beta has been added to the Messaging app
The Get Skype app has been removed
And further

The emoji set has been completely revamped
The default emoji’s are no longer grey, but yellow
Fixed issues

Fixes an issue where the audio on devices with TPM chips may glitch
Fixes an issue where the network adapter would show an error indicator when using Hyper-V with a Virtual Switch
Fixes the Wi-Fi fly out UI with a more polished design
Fixes an issue where multi monitor setups would make Windows Explorer crash
Fixes an issue where tiles for Win32 apps would move to another location after updating to a new build
Fixes an issue where the Update and Restart/Shut Down options wouldn’t start the update
Known issues

The Visual Studio emulator for HoloLens and Windows 10 Mobile won’t work
Narrator and other screen reader apps might fail to read menu options or selected text in different apps
Large downloads in Microsoft Edge might appear to be stuck at 99%
Enabling Developer Mode may make the Settings app crash
Some notification may not show the actual notification, but only the icon

Name:    Windows 10 Anniversary Update Redstone R1[14316] x64.iso
Date:    4/7/2016
Size:    4.02 GB (22,976,512 bytes)
SHA-1:    9e3fe6524029600d4f139371cb322da102859303
MD5:    c979cd1c18468f71b97fdb7435639ba8
CRC32:    d18375b8

Thanks To TEAM OS

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Windows 10 Redstone 1 [14316] En-us (x64) AIO [5in1] Incl Activator



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