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Windows 10 build 9901 was leaked a few days ago, and many people noticed that Microsoft introduced a bunch of new wallpapers in this particular version, probably in an attempt to pave the way for a possible consumer preview release in the coming months. All these wallpapers are available in the gallery below, but Microsoft hasn’t yet provided high-resolution versions of these photos, so when installing build 9901, you might see them scaling up on the desktop to fit the screen.
Microsoft released a new Technical Preview build of Windows 10 a few hours ago, providing users enrolled in the Windows Insider Program with a bunch of improvements and tweaks, some of which were already presented during the Windows 10 event on Wednesday. The release of this new build was initially scheduled to take place next week, but Microsoft is apparently in a hurry and wants people to try out its new OS as soon as possible.
Windows 10 build 9926 is now available for download and those running the Technical Preview on their computers already only need to go to PC settings, click on the update section and check for new builds.
Build 9926 is the first that comes with Cortana on the desktop, so you can now perform a number of tasks with voice commands, just like you do it with your Windows Phone.
Cortana is integrated into the taskbar and although it does come with a gigantic search bar that eats up a quarter of the taskbar, there's an option to change that and switch to the classic Cortana icon.
The desktop also comes with new icons in the System Tray, and both the notification center and the volume control icon have been greatly refined. The Start menu has also been improved, so it now comes with the possibility of organizing tiles in categories.
Overall, build 9926 clearly shows the direction that Windows 10 has adopted for the desktop and brings it closer to the convergence concept that Microsoft has talked about on Wednesday.

It does feel a bit slow, but keep in mind that this is still a Technical Preview build and a lot could change until the final version of the operating system comes out in the fall of 2015. A diverse group of artists, students and other interested individuals will create a forest that is part visual art and part theater performance at Vanderbilt University March 28 and 29. Beginning with an empty stage, the artists, assisted by Vanderbilt students and others, will build a forest composed of fabric, steel and repurposed objects over the course of several hours. The event is free and open to the community, and audience members can come and go throughout the performance, observing the details of the created forest from the theater seats or from within the installation itself.
Initially inspired by the loss of old growth forest due to Hurricane Katrina, How to Build a Forest was in development when the Deepwater Horizon oil spill occurred in 2010. The work features sound design by composers and sound artists Brendan Connelly and Christopher DeLaurenti and lighting design by Miranda Hardy and Peter Ksander.
In conjunction with How to Build a Forest, Steve Baskauf, senior lecturer in biological sciences, will offer tree tours of the campus departing from Neely Auditorium at 2 p.m. From April 5 to May 3, Shawn Hall’s work will be exhibited at Nashville’s Red Arrow Gallery, 1311 McGavock Pike. There are only five wallpapers available right now, one of which is designed for multi-monitors configurations, but more could be implemented in future builds. According to sources, Windows 10 could debut in late summer or early fall 2015, so more details could be provided after the launch of the consumer preview build, in a few months.

The OS takes care of everything and automatically downloads and installs new builds on your computer. There is a new design for the notification center, but nothing too exciting, and the quick actions to reply to a message are still missing.
You can also scroll up and down in certain areas of the Start menu, so you can add more live tiles and still retain the original look of the menu.
The piece explores the length of time it takes to create an ecosystem and the rapidity with which it can be destroyed. The hybrid project is a collaboration between the Obie Award-winning collaborative team of playwright Lisa D’Amour, director Katie Pearl and visual artist Shawn Hall. The piece premiered in 2011 at The Kitchen, a premier artistic space in New York City for cross-disciplinary exploration. In addition, self-guided tours of the campus designed by students will be available for audience members who would like to explore the local environment.

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