Full Concept image of Windows 10 Project NEON surfaced online

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To grab this latest build, verify that you're in the Fast ring of the Insider program and head to Settings Update & Security Windows Update.

The look and feel of Windows 10 continues to evolve, thanks to the steady stream of updates released under Microsoft's Windows-as-a-service model. This build comes on the heels of last week's Insider build 15025 which included new accessibility options.

The light is at the end of the tunnel leading up to the expected April 2017 release of the Creators Update.

US, Chinese military planes come close at South China Sea
China and the United States have been at odds over the growing territorial tensions regarding the South China Sea for some time. U.S. officials slammed the clash as "unsafe" and said they would address the issue in "diplomatic and military channels".

You access the settings for Dynamic Lock in Windows Settings Accounts Sign-in options. It reminds me of the Intel Authenticate feature where a Bluetooth enabled phone can be used as an extra authentication step for PC logins; so long as a user have their phone Bluetooth on and is within range of their PC, they won't even notice the extra step (you can see it in action here).

First up for Windows 10 is a new feature already found in Apple macOS Sierra, the ability to set a small version of a Universal Windows App window to always stay on top of other windows. This feature automatically locks a Windows 10 PC when the user leaves the machine for more than 30 seconds, which the OS determines by detecting the presence of a Bluetooth-paired phone. While the screenshots show some fairly minor adjustments to the overall Windows 10 design, Microsoft is emphasizing more use of animations and visually blurring elements within apps.

Also the event, Microsoft showed several apps that use its Desktop Bridge technology to allow Win32, .NET and Universal Windows Platform apps to share code and call common APIs, another initiative meant to boost development of UWP apps. You can read all of the details on this Microsoft blog from Dona Sarkar. If that build is released it will be the 14th one on the Mobile side of testing builds.

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