Build 14352, which comes two weeks after the release of build 14342, comes with a few useful update to Windows 10 s Cortana personal digital assistant and the Windows Ink feature for writing on apps with a stylus that was released to Insiders last month.Cortana now lets you set a timer, cancel it, and find out how much time is left.

Currently the Cortana s Groove smarts are limited to U.S. English users, but the feature will become available to more users over time, Aul wrote.As for Windows Ink, the Sticky Notes application is getting more sophisticated.

Again, this is only available for U.S. English users right now; access will expand with time.The ruler in Windows Ink now features a compass, Aul wrote.Elsewhere, there are a few other changes.

The Windows game bar, with its DVR function, now works in full screen mode with more games, specifically Battlefield 4, Counterstrike: Global Offensive, Diablo III, Dota 2, League of Legends, and World of Warcraft.And upgrading from Windows 10 Pro to Windows 10 Enterprise is simpler.

These periodic scans will utilize Automatic Maintenance—to ensure the system chooses optimal times based on minimal impact to the user, PC performance, and energy efficiency—or customers can schedule these scans.

Rendering with devices with Intel HD Graphics 3000 or Intel HD Graphics 2000 integrated graphics when using the Edge browser wasn t working properly, but now it is.

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