Windows 10 Anniversary Update · 14393 Change Log

Start and Action Center

· You can now right-click on the header of an app in the Action Center instead of only the name and close icon

· Dismissing all notifications from one app has been made easier with a larger target

· The All Apps list and Most Used have been merged

· "Recently added" can now show up to 3 apps instead of just one

· All Apps is now full screen in tablet mode

· The left rail now only consists of icons that can be expanded with the hamburger button

· The Action Center icon has been moved to the right hand side of the clock

· The Action Center icon now shows the number of new notifications and logos of the apps that have triggered them

· Individual app notifications no longer have icons, instead the header now shows the icon

· Notifications now support hero images and more

· Clicking the Wi-Fi quick action will now open the Network fly-out instead of toggling Wi-Fi on and off

· You can now manage all your playback devices from the Sound fly-out

· When an app is shown with a name like "@{<app package name>}", there will now be an option to remove it

· You can now dismiss notifications by middle clicking on them

· The Action Center has a more polished interface

· The start menu has a new default tile layout

· In All apps, the numbered apps are now listed under "#" instead of "0-9"

· The target to dismiss notifications is now larger

· You can now sync notifications between desktop and Mobile (as long as Mobile is on build 14352+)

· The Action Center icon no longer shows the number of new notifications when the taskbar is set to small icons

· The margin at the top off start is now smaller

· Scrollbars will now disappear in start as soon as you leave their active area

· The Recently installed-list is now displayed above Most used

· Recently installed apps now stay visible under Recently installed for 7 days

· If a Quick Action turns a certain functionality in your device on or off (Bluetooth, Flashlight, etc.) it will now show On/Off for a short period

· The Action Center now has an animation when notifications are deleted or moved by Windows

Cortana and search

· Cortana will now show a button on the top to search for music

· Cortana is now supported in Spanish (Mexico), Portuguese (Brazil) and French (Canada)

· Cortana now provides more freedom when creating new reminders

· Cortana can now provide turn-by-turn directions with the new Maps app

· Cortana can now sync across devices

o You'll now get a notification whenever your mobile device is running out of battery

o Find my phone/Ring my phone is now available through Cortana

o You can now share map directions between your devices

· Cortana can now automatically fetch the required speech language for you

· Cortana can now give reminder suggestions

· You can now change Cortana's language

· Cortana's Settings have been moved outside the Notebook

· Cortana is now available on the lock screen

· You can now create reminders with photos or shared info from apps

· Cortana no longer needs to be initiated to get started

· Cortana now fully supports cross device functionality

· You can no longer disable Cortana from within her settings

· Reminders are now no longer sorted on type, but are shown in one list

· OneDrive is now intergrated in search

· Improved share UI for reminders

· Cortana can now search in your Office 365 account

· You can now let Cortana play music from the Groove Music Catalog

· You can now set a timer in Cortana

· You can now enable Cortana to help you on the lock screen with reminders, appointments and messages

· The buttons for Settings and Feedback in the rail have been moved to the bottom

· When listening to you, Cortana now shows a sound wave instead of random characters

· Cortana should now listen more reliably after tapping the mic button

· Cortana's home UI no longer shows your cards but hints and a button to show the cards

· Right-clicking on a file will now allow you to open its location

· The keyboard shortcut to open Cortana in listening mode is now Win + Shift + C


· Controls in taskbar previews now look better on high resolutions

· You can now show a window on all your desktops

· You can now set the taskbar to auto hide only for tablet mode

· The clock on the taskbar now has calendar integrated into it

· The clock is now visible on all monitors the taskbar is visible on

· UWP apps can now show a badge on top of their icon in the taskbar

· You can now switch desktops by swiping with 4 fingers over the touchpad

· The File Explorer has a new icon

· File Explorer is no longer pinned to the taskbar by default

· Windows will now remember the "Show windows from this app on all desktops"-setting for each window

· WIN + Alt + D can now open the clock flyout

User Interface

· The logon screen now uses the lockscreen image as background

· The upgrade experience has a new design

· The emoji set has been completely revamped

· The default emojis are no longer grey, but yellow

· The lock screen no longer shows your email address

· When playing media, the media controls will now be shown on top of the lock screen

· User Account Control has been reworked to match the Windows 10 design language

· The credential window has been redesigned

· When closing a snapped app in tablet mode, the other app will take the full screen

· When your profile starts to load, the background on the lock screen will zoom in a little

· A number of icons, like the Blu-Ray icon and network icon have been updated

· The width for the Japanese 12 key keyboard is now wider on small screens in portrait mode

· Windows Hello will no longer show your name when logging in

Microsoft Edge

· Edge has been updated from version 25.10586 to version 38.14393 with the following updates

o Right clicking the back-button will now show a dropdown with pages visited earlier

o The ellipses-menu has a slightly new design

o The hub-, webnote- and share-items will no longer appear in the settings-menu when there isn't enough space on the addressbar

o When closing Edge, you can now choose to clear the browsing data

o You can now change the favorites bar to only show icons

o You can now create a folder right from the favorites bar

o You can now rename items from the favorites bar

o You can now require a prompt to pop up before a download starts

o You can now choose the location where a download should be stored

o Edge now supports Extensions

o Extensions can now add an icon to the address bar

o Tabs can now be pinned to the tab bar

o The address bar now supports "Paste and go"

o The address bar now supports "Paste and search"

o When a download has completed, Edge will not show a notification in the Action Center

o When the window becomes too narrow, the Hub, Web Notes and Share buttons will appear in the ellipses menu as icons instead of text

o The padding between the URL bar and Hub-icon is slightly larger

o You can now upload folders

o Edge now supports importing favorites from Firefox

o Imported favorites will now be put in their own folder, instead of the already existing favorites folder

o The Favorites hub now uses a tree view

o When closing Edge with running downloads, Edge will now warn you

o You can now set a default save location for downloads

o Edge's default opening settings are now a dropdown

o When Flash content isn't the focus, Edge will pause it automatically

o There is now an accessibility tree view in F12

o You can now debug extensions through F12

o You can now use DOM API profiling

o Developer items no longer appear by default in context menus and have to be enabled by visiting the F12 tools one time

o Extensions can now be downloaded from the Windows Store

o You can now swipe to go back and forward

o "What's new and tips" has been added to the menu in Edge

o Download notificaions in Edge now include filenames, download status and site domain on separate lines

o When a download is opened outside of Edge, Edge will now launch with the download hub enabled

· EdgeHTML has been updated from version 13.10586 to version 14.14393 with the following updates

o Support for grab and grabbing values for the cursor property

o Default parameters

o Async/await

o Object.values and Object.entries

o Opus audio format

o Time element

o Date element

o Output element

o Color input type

o Canvas Path2D objects

o Web Speech API

o The User Agent String has been updated

o Improved accessibility features

o Web Notification API

o Beacon API

o Fetch API

· The following flags have been added

o You can now enable the ability to unload unpacked extensions

o You can now set a flag for "Compose scrollbar thumbs independently"

o You can now set a flag for DirectX settings "Use Windows.UI.Composition"

o A flag for WebRTC 1.0 is available but not functional and will be removed in a later version

o ES6 Regex symbols

o You can now allow Edge to use an unrestricted amount of memory

o You can now enable H.264/AVC for Object RTC

o Experimental support for TCP Fast Open can be enabled

o TCP Fast Open is disabled by default but can be enabled

o A flag has been added to enable Standard Fullscreen API


· New panels, settings and options

o You can now back-up your Startscreen layout, accounts and passwords to OneDrive

o Windows Defender has been updated to version 4.10

o Taskbar settings have been added under System

o Your personal info and email settings are now split up under Accounts

o Insiders can no longer change the Feedback behavior, it is now set to always ask questions

o Windows Defender can now be used offline

o You can now remove temporary files, downloads, recycle bin and previous Windows installations from Storage

o You can now choose which app's notifications are more important to you

o You can now choose how many notifications an app can have in the Action Center

o You can now choose between dark and light mode

o The color for title bars and the color for the taskbar, start and Action Center can now be toggled separately from each other

o You can now manage on a per-app basis if an app can run in the background or not, or if this has to be handled by Windows

o Windows Update now allows you to set the time you're most active in so that it can avoid updating at that point

o You can now override Active Hours with the Restart Options

o The Windows Update notification, after installing an update, now takes you to the device's update history

o You can now enable Device Portal

o You can now enable a number of developer-focused settings for File Explorer

o There are now a number of developer-focused settings for Remote Desktop

o You can now share your Wi-Fi as a hotspot

o PowerShell also has a number of developer-focused settings

o You can now set the position of all quick actions in the Action Center and choose which should be visible