The People application will have a comprehensive list of all contacts across various services like Outlook.com, Facebook, Gmail, and Exchange. Microsoft has also showcased the first preview of the new general Maps app on the phone. All of it includes aerial imagery, awesome maps, detailed local search data along with voice guided navigation experiences from HERE maps and Bing maps. They have been integrated together for the first time into a single app designed for Microsoft Windows.
The latest build also includes an updated App Switcher. Microsoft has also reported that there are some known issues that a person can face while using this build. For example, the phone may not ring during an incoming call in 1% of the cases. Similarly, the auto-upload of OneDrive and Camera Roll may not work and Bluetooth based interactions with Cortana might not work as well.
Meanwhile, it seems like Microsoft is trying to install an update in Windows 7 and 8 PCs that will push users to upgrade to Windows 10. One of the installed files-GWXUXWorker.exe, which comes with this update, reveals the phrase “Get Windows 10”.
Stay tuned for more updates on Windows 10!