A new preview build of Windows 10 — probably the last one this year — brings some news to Microsoft’s operating system. The first change is in the variety of keyboards: now, in addition to selecting graphic emojis, it will also be possible to use kaomojis more easily.
If you are not familiar with the term, kaomojis are those faces drawn with keyboard characters — remember the famous “do what?” (¯_(ツ)_/¯) or “turning the tables” ((╯°益°)╯彡┻━┻)? So it is. Those.
Another feature worth mentioning is the arrival of Windows Sandbox, previously announced by Microsoft earlier this month. Here, it will be possible to run third-party applications and sources that are unreliable or not certified by the owner of the operating system. It is more aimed at developers, security, and software engineers, but it is enough for general use.
Other new features include a new design on the Settings page (the user will now have a header containing basic account information) and new file date descriptions (recent changes will feature friendly descriptions like “last changed a few minutes ago”).
The preview build is now available for download via the Microsoft blog.
Source: Windows blog