Windows 10 Redstone 5 is the next big update for the “ten,” which was made available under Windows Insider. It is a 17639 compilation, to which experimental features have been added for the time being for the Sets. That is a new solution that will allow you to work with applications displayed on cards.
Windows 10 Redstone 5 will introduce Sets. Microsoft adds experimental features
The Sets is a feature that Microsoft announced already during the Redstone 4 update tests, and as we well know, this solution will not be available in the final Spring Creators Update. Windows 10 will only get Sets with the update of Redstone 5, Gigant from Redmond has just released a new build from this branch.
In this way, Windows 10 build 17639 introduces new features for Sets. For the time being, these are experimental options, but the Insiders have the opportunity to try them out right now. If you are testing the overview versions of Redstone 5 and you go to the settings, you will find the options in the multi-tasking section below.
The Sets allows you to work with applications on cards. Just like in web browsers. In the new settings from Windows 10 build 17169, you can also change the use of Alt + Tab key combination. Microsoft also boasts improvements for Sets in File Explorer, where among others UI was modified to open new tabs.
This year Redstone 5 is the sixth major update for Windows 10, but we don’t expect it to be released until the autumn. First, Microsoft will make Spring Creators Update available, and this is likely to happen within the next few days. Also, note that you can choose between Home and Pro when you are planning to change to the “Top Ten.”