The closer we get to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update next month, the more preview builds are arriving for Windows Insiders. At the same time, these previews are getting less feature packed as Microsoft finalizes what will be launching to end users in July. However, there is something interesting in each one, and build 14372 is no different.
Microsoft's latest preview lands just days after build 14371, which brought with it a change to the company's activation licensing for digital Windows upgrades. This latest build 14372 is focused on a feature that every Windows user can take advantage of.
Earlier in the year, Redmond confirmed that extensions would be coming to the Edge web browser, bringing it closer to competitors like Chrome and Firefox. Since then developers and Microsoft have started filling up the market for extensions in preview form. Evernote is the latest extension that will eventually make its way to end users in the Anniversary Update.
“Evernote Web Clipper for Microsoft Edge: Clip the web pages you want to keep. Save them in Evernote and easily find them on any device. Visit our extensions page at the Microsoft Edge Dev website to learn more and try it out for yourself.”
This is, of course, an ideal addition to Edge if you are an Evernote user and continues to add to the functionality of Microsoft's latest web browser.
Microsoft's OneNote team and Evernote have been battling this year, with both task management/note taking services rivals. Redmond ushered in a new program where Evernote users could test out OneNote without losing any of their content. Evernote responded in April with a massive update to its service on Windows 10.