Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 10061 for Windows Insiders who have opted in for the Fast Ring delivery cycle. This new build for testers arrives about three weeks after the last build,10049, was made available.
This build has the normal collection of fixes and known issues and Microsoft has remedies for some of the known issues pending final testing and release through Windows Update.
If you took a look at our gallery of leaked build 10056 images and the images that showed the changes in the Settings App between builds 10041 and 10056 then there are no massive visually changes in 10061.
In the Personalization settings the color options now work without crashing the app. You can either choose a specific color for your Taskbar, Notification Center and Start Menu/Screen or set it to match your background wallpaper automatically.
Also included in this new build are the universal Outlook Mail and Calendar apps that we also received on build 10051 of Windows 10 Mobile which has been updated to 10051 a few days ago. So the universal app picture is coming into better focus although Microsoft is choosing to call the apps on small devices Mail and Calendar instead of Outlook Mail and Calendar. As someone pointed out on Twitter last night this may just be a temporary clarification between the two platforms.
So enjoy the screenshot gallery and please comment and let us know if you have any questions or would like to see a screenshot of a specific app/feature and we can try to accommodate that.