Microsoft has released a new Windows Insider Program Dev-build, which you remember is not adapted to any specific version of Windows. But unlike the recent Dev buildings, there are some minor improvements and changes.
News and interests come to several markets. The so-called “news and interest experience on the taskbar” is now available in “a broader set of international languages and markets.” Previously, it was only available in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and India. It is not clear what these languages and markets are; we just no it is not available in China.
Microsoft Edge replaces Microsoft Edge Legacy. No surprise here, but I guess the big news is that Legacy Edge is finally gone for good.
Input Method Editor (IME) enhancements. Microsoft is redesigning its IME to be more modern, with an optimized font size and faster access to emoji. Annoyingly, the Insider program is also testing this change because it hates doing the right thing.
Beyond that, there are several fixes, including this fun one: The display product version is now “Dev” since the Dev channel does not match any upcoming Windows 10 version. It is certainly not “Windows 10 vNext”, for example. (This will usually be the Beta Channel.)