A video released by WinBeta showcases the 9901 build of Windows 10, which comes with a number of features that could make it to the final consumer version. As it’s not the final version, many apps are currently broken, but a quick look at the interface shows that it’s a lot cleaner and advanced compared with the earlier builds.
Cortana: The latest build of Windows 10 has a search feature built into the taskbar, which also lets you conduct voice searches using Cortana. While Cortana takes forever to load results in the current build, it is expected to function properly to give you web-based results in the final version.
Contact support: Apart from Cortana, Microsoft has included new apps including one for contacting Microsoft Support directly from your Windows 10 device. With the Microsoft Support app, you can schedule a call or request help via email to troubleshoot your device.
Settings: While the Charms bar is still present on Windows 10, it does not contain the link to the Settings page anymore. Settings are now embedded in the UI and, according to Super Site for Windows, Microsoft may merge PC Settings and the Control Panel into the same UI.
Modern UI beta apps: The Camera app has been replaced by a new Lumia Camera app, which is currently in the beta stage. There’s also a new Photos app and an updated calculator app. There is a new, full-screen button in the title bar of Modern app windows. The Xbox app has also got an update and you may even be able to play Xbox One games on the PC, as highlighted by WinBeta.