Last week, Microsoft switched the Dev Channel to the CO_RELEASE branch and released Windows 10 Build 21354 to the Windows Insiders. Today, as per the release schedule, the company has released a new build to the insiders in the Dev Channel. The latest Windows 10 Build 21359, though doesn't include any new features but comes with a host of improvements.


With the new build, Microsoft added a new option to restart apps after signing in. Also, you will no longer have the option to upload new activity in Timeline. You will need OneDrive or Office to view the recently used files. For more details about this build, continue reading further.


Windows 10 build 21359 rolls out to Insiders in the Dev Channel with several improvements


What new and improved in Windows 10 Build 21359

With the latest Windows 10 Insiders Preview build 21359, Microsoft added an option under the Power menu on the Start menu to restart apps after signing in when you reboot your device. When this setting is checked, it toggles the option under Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options > Restart apps that Microsoft introduced with Windows 10 version 20H1.


The other important change in this latest build is activity history sync with the Windows Timeline feature, which was first announced with Windows 10 build 17063. Microsoft said that, if you have your activity history synced across your devices through your Microsoft account (MSA), you’ll no longer have the option to upload new activity in Timeline. If you want to view the recently used files, you can do so using OneDrive and Office.


With this update, Microsoft is renaming the Ease of Access category in Settings to Accessibility. Apart from that, Microsoft is now updating the Ebrima and Nirmala UI fonts to support and improve Bamum and Chakma characters.



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