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Windows 10 Update 15014 Brings Ebook Support, Free Space Features

The Windows 10 update 15014 will be coming out for the Windows Insiders and if you are interested in finding out the new features that are being introduced then here we have them covered for you. All of these updates will lead to the Windows 10 Creators update so even if you are not registered as an Insider you will be able to get all the updates in the Windows 10 Creators Update that will be coming out soon.

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Windows 10 Update 15014 Features

The Windows 10 Update 15014 comes with the following features:

  • Purchase and read e-books in Windows 10 Creators Update (for US only)

  • New Books library, which is a new hub entry in Microsoft Edge right next to your favorites, history, downloads and reading list.

  • Lighter shade for Cortana’s search box (PC): We’re experimenting with a new look for Cortana’s search box on the taskbar. Let us know what you think.

  • Bigger text in notifications for Cortana (PC): Cortana’s voice in notifications and Action Center just got an update to get a consistent visual treatment throughout the OS. This means it is now a bit larger and now uses the accent color.

  • Pick your own custom accent color (PC): Build 15014 comes with a new custom color option to our Colors Settings.

  • Automatically free up space (PC): The option is off by default, but you can turn it on under System > Storage Settings and choose what it cleans up.

  • Merged Wi-Fi settings under “Wi-Fi services” section in Settings app (PC & Mobile)

  • New power slider on select Windows 10 Devices (PC): As we mentioned with Build 15002, we are conducting experiments on features which help improve battery life for Windows devices. Some of you will start seeing a new slider in the power fly out on the Taskbar in this build

It should be noted that there is a problem with the Windows 10 update 15014 where it would seem like the update is stuck at 0% but that is not the case and the company has advised users to be patient so bare that in mind if you are an insider and are looking forward to getting the Windows 10 update 15014.