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New Windows 10 setting in Build 15002 lets users customize the Surface Dial
Yesterday was a busy day in the way of Windows 10 news, as Dona Sakar and the Windows Insider team pushed out build 15002 to the computers of Fast Ring users across the world. While the build had many new features on the Start Menu, in Windows Defender, Windows Ink, and inside the Settings menu, we would also like you to know that the latest build introduced new settings options which let you customize the Surface Dial.According to the Windows Experience blog post, a new screen in the settings menu now appears for those Insiders on build 15002 who would like to customize the default tool set for individual apps. The head of the Windows Insider team explains:
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