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1. Quiet Hours allows for uninterrupted work, games

One of the most noteworthy features of the new build is an improved version of Quiet Hours, which you can program as a (well, almost) Do Not Disturb feature. While Quiet Hours is on, you won’t receive as many notifications as you might otherwise, and they’ll be restricted to your most noteworthy people and apps.

Windows 10 quiet hours

Microsoft’s Quiet Hours dials down the notifications, but they’re still there.

Quiet Hours will automatically kick on while you’re gaming, specifically a full-screen, exclusive DirectX game. Windows will also turn on the feature while you’re duplicating your display, ensuring that no unwanted emails interrupt your presentation. The exception, it appears, will be your MyPeople contacts, as people pinned to your taskbar will automatically be able to “break through.”

2. Credit cards are now stored within Edge

This is a way overdue feature for Microsoft Edge: It’s been eight years since Chrome added autofill into its own beta channel. Finally, Microsoft Edge will store your credit card within the browser, and you can select the card from a drop-down menu to auto-populate the information. The CVV info is never saved, though, so you’ll either have to memorize it or haul out the card anyway.

3. Edge's ebooks experience improves markedly

Microsoft spiffed up its ebooks experience, which is also part of Edge. First and foremost, the company gave ebooks stored as EPUB, PDF, and Reading View a fresh new look, compliments of its Fluent Design aesthetic. Finally, too, you can read them in a full-screen mode.

new ebook

There’s a new look to ebooks within Edge.

Edge does a better job of keeping track of your progress and notes as your ebooks roam among devices, Microsoft said.

Windows 10 ebooks roaming

Here’s how Microsoft maintains its progress within eBooks you read within Edge.

Microsoft added support for EPUB Media Overlays. That’s a fancy name for a customized audiobook experience, where Edge will highlight words as the narrator reads them. Finally, Microsoft’s bookstore will even make suggestions if (god forbid) your ebook library is empty.

4. Handwriting is added to text fields

One challenge Microsoft faces with offering so many ways to input data within Windows is that not all of them progress at the same pace. Microsoft’s emphasis these days is the pen, which received an improved handwriting recognition box as part of the Fall Creators Update. That box now triggers when you tap the pen on a text field, so you don’t have to fumble with the software keyboard in tablet mode.

Windows 10 handwriting

Windows 10 now recognixes text “written” within text fields.

5. Is a Windows S revamp coming?

It’s not clear whether this is significant, but this build includes some new terminology for Windows 10 S.

“Insiders running Windows 10 S may have noticed that after upgrading to the latest builds, their PC appears to be running ‘Windows 10 Pro In S Mode,’ Microsoft said. This change is by design and these PCs will continue to function as Windows 10 S PCs and will continue to be able to take Insider Preview builds as part of testing RS4. We’ll have more to share as we get closer to the next Windows 10 release.”

It’s a little hard to say what this means right now, but we may find out more in the future.

While those are the major improvements to build 17074, there are a number of other, smaller enhancements. The blog post lists them all, including the possible issues and their workarounds. Remember, the next (unnamed) version of Microsoft’s Windows 10, aka “Redstone 4,” is due this spring, most likely in late March or early April.

Clarification: The new build improves Quiet Hours, rather than adding the feature to Windows 10.

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