Latest Windows 10 Insider Preview brings Fluent Design improvements for PCs and fixes for Mobile

Microsoft is today releasing two new Windows 10 Insider Preview builds to Insiders in the Fast Ring. The company is releasing build 16241 for PCs, and build 15320 for Mobile. The build introduces some minor new features and lots of improvements for PCs. Needless to say, the Mobile build doesn’t include anything notable.
As for the PC build, Microsoft has refined a crucial part of the Fluent Design system. The company is softening the noise layer on Fluent Design’s Acrylic Material that you get to see throughout the operating system, which means the blur should look a lot prettier now. Microsoft is also revamping the new GPU performance tracking feature in the Task Manager, which now gives you more information at once.
The build includes a major improvement to Microsoft Edge, which will now group all of its processes under one section in the Task Manager. Microsoft is also giving users more control over Delivery Optimization, which essentially the system that deals with Windows Update and Store downloads.
Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring can get the latest builds right now on their devices from Windows Update in the Settings app. You can find the full changelog for PCs and Mobile here.

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