Microsoft has released another build of the Windows 10 preview to insiders. Build 10122 brings some much needed improvements to the Start Menu, enhancements to default apps and UI changes in the Settings app. But mostly the focus of this build is adding polish and to make it more stable. Microsoft has said that upcoming releases of the Windows 10 preview wont feature big features, but mostly fine tuning and refining how the OS works and making, mostly cosmetic changes.

Wednesday this week saw the release of 10122 to all the users testing out Windows 10, but only those in the “Fast” Ring.

The Start Menu has one of the most prominent changes, Microsoft has altered some of the layout, moving the File Explorer and Settings the bottom-left next to the Power toggle, also the full screen option has been removed and is now in Settings.

The Settings app has seen some UI improvements, once in a category the back arrows now make more logical sense and some icons have been changed. Also in Network you can easily get your current IP address rather than using ‘ipconfig’ in the command line.

Windows 10 is expected for release this summer and will be free for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 PC users. Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 for Xbox One and other versions are scheduled for later this year.

To update go to Settings > Update and Recovery > Windows Update