Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17639, bringing several improvements, tweaks and fixes to the OS. The latest build is a part of the Redstone 5 development branch, and is available to insiders on the Skip Ahead mode.
The new features include ‘Drag and Drop’ support for app tabs within and between Sets Windows, the addition of new shortcuts to work with File Explorer tabs, a new context menu for tabs in Sets, and more.
The update also adds the options to check the battery level of Bluetooth-enabled devices from right within Windows by going over to Settings > Bluetooth & other devices.
Microsoft has also thankfully fixed a weird calculator bug that prevented the app from correctly displaying the square roots of perfect squares. Instead, the bug made the app display the square root of 4 as 1.99999999999999999989317180305609 instead of ‘2’.