Windows 10 Threshold 1

10.0.10130 · Version 1507

Build 10130 for pc screenshot

10.0.10130.0 29 May 2015

Start and Action Center

  • You can add new locations to the left side part of the menu
  • When new apps are available, there will be a little badge on the "All apps" button and hamburger menu
  • The Action Center no longer has a border
  • For virtual desktops, the taskbar will now be filtered by default
  • There is now an universal back button on the taskbar in tablet mode
  • The progress bar behind icons in the taskbar now works for every state again and has been redesigned
  • The clock widget in the taskbar has been redesigned

Cortana and search

  • Windows + C now opens Cortana instead of the Charms bar

User Interface

  • Some of the icons have been revamped
  • Jumplists have been redesigned
  • You can now swipe down from the edge of a screen to show app commands like Windows 8.1

Microsoft Edge

  • Edge has been updated from version 13.10122 to version 15.10130 with the following updates
    • Project Spartan is now capable of going full screen, where it used to go in full window
    • The Settings pane has been split in 2 pages
    • It is now possible to pin panes to the side to let them stay open while browsing
    • Improved print options
    • Improvements to address bar badges
    • Reading Mode now supports more screen sizes and content types

Apps

  • More apps now use the accent color as their tile color (Photos, Alarms & Clocks, Maps, etc.)
  • Video
    • The full screen feature now works properly
  • Solitaire Collection
    • Solitaire Collection Preview has been renamed to Solitaire Collection
  • Network beta
    • A "Network beta" app has been added, but doesn't contain anything
  • MSN apps
    • The stock MSN apps have been updated to a newer version (Weather, News, Sports, Money, etc.)
  • Store Beta
    • The stock Store has been updated to a newer version
    • The interface has been improved
    • You can now see all of your purchases in "My collection"

And further

  • Printing to PDF is now called "Microsoft print to PDF"