Microsoft Removes Watermark from Today’s Windows 10 Preview – Confirms It’s Not the Final Build

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Mar 23, 2018
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Microsoft has started rolling out another build from the upcoming version of Windows 10. From the Redstone 4 branch, today’s build 17128 is now available for Insiders in the Fast ring. While today’s build removes the watermark at the lower right-hand corner of the desktop, the company confirmed that this is not the final build as the company isn’t apparently done with development yet.

Dona Sarkar added that the “only difference between this build and Build 17127 from Tuesday is the removal of the watermark. However, we’ve got more fixes being checked in for the next flight.” It remains unclear why this build has removed the watermark if it isn’t the final build.

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The company has also introduced “Cortana Show Me” app:

Introducing Cortana Show Me

Ever wanted to change a setting, but didn’t know how? Enter Cortana Show Me, your guide to Windows 10 settings, which is now available for download in the Microsoft Store through this link. In our preview app, Cortana will show you how to change settings step-by-step. In this release, you can launch guides directly from the app homepage, but check back soon for voice entry points. For Insiders, the app is available in English (US and UK) and in German. We’ve created guides for 15 settings so far but stay tuned for further improvements and additional offerings. While we know this experience isn’t specifically designed for Insiders, it’s for all the friends and family we have who need a pointer – please share it with them.

If you click the link in Store and can’t download the app, wait a few hours and give it another try. It’s still rolling out!

Note: If you’re using keyboard navigation with your device, you will need to use Alt + T ab to move between Settings and Cortana Show Me.

Here’s the full list of guides:

  • Update Windows
  • Check if an app is installed
  • Uninstall an app
  • Change your desktop background
  • Use Airplane Mode
  • Change your display brightness
  • Add nearby printers or scanners
  • Change your default programs
  • Change your screen resolution
  • Turn off Windows Defender Security Center
  • Run a security scan
  • Change Wi-Fi settings
  • Change your power settings
  • Discover Bluetooth devices
  • Check your version of Windows

For more details, head over to this link.

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