New Windows will improve the sleep of the user

New Windows will improve the sleep of the user


Microsoft announced the release of its next major operating system upgrade to Windows 10. Assembly 15002 are available only for participants of the program Windows Insider, who chose the maximum operational receive updates (fast ring).

Most users are probably primarily interested in the new setting, designed to prevent sleep disorders caused by the use of the computer in the evening. After you install the update in the settings screen you will have the option to reduce the intensity of the blue color coming from the monitor, and switch to warmer shades:

It can be set to automatically turn on/off depending on time of sunset and sunrise, or use manually. The user will also be able to choose the heat temperature that the computer will use during the option enabled.

Many improvements will be added with the next update and the Microsoft Edge. For example, under the header row of tabs will appear in the preview pane the contents of the tabs — it will be necessary to collapse or expand and scroll to the side:

In addition, tabs can be “postponed” — for example, when the user wants to switch to another set of sites. Microsoft will continue to struggle with unsafe Flash content by default to download and run it on trusted sites in other cases only after receiving confirmation from the user. Finally, a new browser window, including the InPrivate mode, you can create via the context menu of the Edge icon on the taskbar:

The menu items “start” — app icons, widgets, and links — can now be streamlined by grouping them in folders. To create them will drag one element to another.

Starting with build 15002 participants in the program Windows Insider, you’ll never see the usual on the test builds of Windows “blue screen of death”. Not in the sense that Windows will no longer happen critical errors — just in case Microsoft decided to change the color of the screen. This is done to ensure that employees monitor error messages, you can see used on the bad PC final, or “insider” version of the OS.

Source: The Windows Blog