The biggest new feature isn't particularly exciting. Microsoft cooked up a new widget for the Windows 10 taskbar that give access to a personalized feed with content like news, weather updates, stock tickers, etc.
Next the software giant has moved Storage Spaces to the Settings app, marking a further centralization of where you can adjust Windows 10 settings. The new menu lets you create storage pools and storage spaces, adding, and removing disks, and optimizing pools.
There are also several other enhancements for advanced users. Microsoft has a new command line tool called DiskUsage, it lets you view and query disk space usage via the command line. Furthermore, it's now also possible to run commands on start up in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).