On Windows 10 PCs, Microsoft makes discovery and enrolling to Windows Hello facial recognition easier. An improved progress indicator visualizes when you sign in and Windows gives visual guidance for tracking faces in real time.
Microsoft also improved Cortana, allowing users to pick up where they left off when switching PCs: “When you switch computers, Cortana will display quick links in the Action Center to help you easily get back into the Microsoft Edge websites and SharePoint (or other cloud-based) documents you used most recently. For example, if you were working on a PowerPoint deck on your laptop, when you later return to your desktop, a link to that deck appears in Action Center.”
Microsoft Edge now allows users to share a set of tabs they’ve set aside and introduced the ‘Import from another browser’ button, facilitating the switch to Edge.
Windows 10 Mobile
Windows 10 Mobile users will be enabled to sync passwords, Wi-Fi profiles, browser favorites and other app data. In addition, they can now sync their settings using Azure Active Directory, reset their apps, use Cortana to control music playback on their favorite music apps and much more.
With a new option on Windows 10 Mobile will allow users to pause updates on their mobile devices for up to 35 days. Build 15007 also fixes several bugs reported by phone users. You can check out the complete list of changes here. Microsoft expects to release the Windows 10 Creators Update in April 2017.