Windows 10 build 10134 is out for Windows users and features a couple new additions over its earlier build 10130. 2 modifications that may be noticed on the browser side are addition of a new home button and the ability to import favorites from one other browser. The Home button can be seen added adjacent to the URL bar for simpler navigation to get back to the homepage.
The importing of favorites is an easy process, open settings and click on the link to import the content. When you click on the link, you may have the option to select which browsers you wish to aggregate your favorites from and then click import, that is it.
Each of these features are small additions to the browser however seeing that Microsoft is beginning all over again with the interface and a lot of the features for Edge, each new addition goes a long way to building a better browser.
Windows 10 will be launched to consumers worldwide on July 29th and you can reserve your free upgrade copy right now.