This flight is small, but it packs a slew of changes, including tweaks to the Start menu app lists with the consolidation of folders into a single “Windows Tools” entry that points to the new folder with all the options in the Control Panel. There is a new “Cameras” settings page to enable, disable, and configure webcams and network cameras. Microsoft finally introduces an option to disable adaptive brightness control (CABC) to prevent distracting contrast and brightness changes on the display when content is displayed. Windows Update makes automatic active hours the new default setting to allow the system to reboot devices to apply updates more accurately when you are not actively using the device. The Microsoft Paint and Snipping Tool apps are now updated from the Microsoft Store, and there are various improvements to the News and Interests taskbar and more. Whether you are planning to install this preview or want to learn about Microsoft’s progress for its desktop operating system, you can watch this hands-on video that covers the most significant changes available with Windows 10 build 21354. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Pureinfotech YouTube channel. Also, like the video and click the bell icon to get notifications when new videos are published. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.