Microsoft published a Windows Ink demo as the feature we saw at the Build conference is released to the Windows 10 Insiders fast ring today. The new pen experience is coming in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update this Summer. If you’re an Insider, you can see the feature across apps like Maps, Edge, Office, Sticky Notes, and others with the cool new straight-edge ruler.
The Start Menu was adjusted as well to merge the ‘Most used’ and the ‘All Apps’ list so that you don’t have to click the All Apps, you can just scroll to the app you want. The Tablet Mode Start Screen was improved as well and Cortana now finds herself on the lock screen. There are tons of other improvements in build 14328 that I am ready to have on my full Windows 10 including improvements to the Action Center and the clock on each monitor with the taskbar. For the full list of changes, fixes, and known issues, see the Windows Experience blog with today’s build announcement.