In addition to OneNote and Photos, Microsoft dishes up new versions of Alarms, Calculator, Maps, Scan, and Xbox in Windows 10 build 9926.
The new Alarm app adds a world clock, but aside from a made-over interface, it's a lot like the Windows 8 Alarm app.
Calculator finally brings the Windows 3-era calculator into the universal realm. There's the new Converter mode – for volume, length, weight, temperature, time, and so on — but other than the interface change, it isn't significantly better than the old Calc.exe.
The new universal-style Maps app adds worthwhile features, including the ability to download and store maps for use while you're offline. There are buttons to rotate and tilt, as well as get turn-by-turn driving instructions. And the maps have been updated fairly recently — which is more than I can say for the Windows 8 Maps app.