On Windows 10, you can join the Windows Insider Program to install preview builds to test upcoming features and to send Microsoft suggestions to help shape the future of the OS. The program offers three readiness levels, including the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings, each one making available new builds at different times and with different stability levels.
Windows 10 by default has unrestricted access to the internet to download updates, sync settings, connect to cloud services, and of course, to connect you online.
When you update your PC from an existing Windows installation, the old files remain on your hard drive. They are saved there instead of being overwritten because something might go wrong during the update installation, or because you might want to roll your PC back to a previous installation if you aren't happy with the new stuff.
On Windows 10, when your computer begins to run out of space, typically, you manually empty the recycle bin and delete temporary files to free up storage space using different tools, such as the built-in Disk Cleanup utility.
The Creators Update for Windows 10 brought a whole host of new features, big and small. One of the smaller changes is the addition of Windows Sonic, a surround sound emulator for your headphones.
On the Creators Update, Windows 10 ships a faster, safer, and vastly improved version of Microsoft Edge. While you won't be seeing major changes in the look and feel, the browser includes several improvements.