As usual, the official announcement lacks some things. Let’s get right into it.
In Build 14926, the Storage usage page in the Settings app got a small update. It now shows icons for each file type.
In Build 14926, the Accounts section of the Settings app gained an option called Windows Anywhere. Upon clicking on it, users were presented with a page very similar to the Sync your settings page.
In Build 14931 the option was removed from Settings.
Another small change can be found in the System Information. As of Build 14931, it now shows ‘VERSION’ in the About dialog of the application, which appears to be a placeholder.
A new Group Policy
As we already posted, Build 14931 now includes a new Windows Update related Group Policy. For more information follow this link.
Windows Remote Assistance (MSRA)
Twitter user @tfwboredom discovered that the Microsoft Remove Assistance tool was updated with this build as well. It gained a new icon and a small redesign.
That’s it for now. If we find more changes, we’ll likely update this post.
Special thanks to @tfwboredom and @gus33000.