While you were out celebrating the Memorial Day weekend, an ISO of the newly leaked Windows 10 build 10125 surfaced on the Internet. You might expect that such a small change in release numbers -- build 10122 appeared only last week, and it was official -- would indicate little new to see. In fact, there are some important (read: not cosmetic) changes that you should know about.
Since this wasn't an official build, we won't be updating the "Where Windows 10 stands right now" post, but if history is a reliable indicator -- the leaked builds so far have been very much in the mainstream -- you can expect the features to show up in an official build sooner or later.
Let's start with the cosmetic. Yes, there are new icons. Yes, they're better than -- or at least different from -- the old ones. Figure 1 offers a look at the new, spiffed-up File Explorer. The Recycle Bin also has a new icon. Be still my beating heart.