Microsoft’s Windows 10 continues to move closer to release sometime this summer, and with it eager fans look forward to each build leak in order to get early looks at what’s coming. The latest leak appears to be of build 10123, which was obtained by Chinese website ITHome. They have shared a handful of new screenshots for both the desktop and mobile versions of Windows 10, revealing tidbits like changing live tile colors, a ‘Backup and Restore’ feature, and private browsing for the new Edge browser.
According to build 10123, Windows 10’s live tiles will have a cosmetic change option similar to what Windows Phone has, replacing dedicated colors with color preferences. The Backup and Restore feature marks its return from Windows 7, and has been greatly missed by a number of users.
Now on to the Edge browser, which is getting a setting that reassures us Microsoft’s new program will be somewhat comparable to almost every other web browser available today: private browsing. Also new is the option to have Edge save user passwords and other web forms, as well setting the desired page to be seen when first opening the browser or a new tab.
The last thing to be noticed with this leak is a feedback button in the settings for Cortana, letting users report bugs and send suggestions about the voice-based assistant. Check out the gallery below to get a better look at build 10123.