Microsoft releases new Windows 10 update with Notification Center

The firm has made nearly 7,000 changes to Windows 10 preview
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After releasing its first Windows 10 preview last month, Microsoft has unveiled its latest update, with more features and changes.

For those already testing Windows 10, the new preview build 9860 is available from the update and recovery section of PC settings.

Action Center (Notification Center) is one of the new additions in build 9860, which is available in the system tray.

The Action Center collects toast notifications and alerts from traditional Windows applications and system notifications, alongside those generated from Windows 8-style apps.

Other changes include support for a keyboard shortcut, which allows uses to move apps from one monitor to another, plus an option to allow users to switch how often they receive new builds.

Windows 10 was first unveiled last month, which also features a new Start menu, virtual desktops and new snap views.

Microsoft says that is has already made nearly 7,000 changes to this latest Windows 10 Technical Preview.

This news comes after Microsoft revealed that is has seen one million installations of the Windows 10 Technical Preview.

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