Windows 10 Build 16212 is proving to be a significant build in terms of new features/code changes that it packs. You can read our coverage of Windows 10 Build 16212 by clicking here. Now there are more changes reported by those who were able to install this accidentally released build.
One of them is the ability to reset and repair Microsoft Edge, the native Windows 10 browser. Currently, Microsoft Edge can’t be reset by going to Apps menu from settings. On Mobile especially there seems to be a burning need for this ability as Microsoft Edge performs much worse on recent Windows 10 Mobile Builds.
As one can see in the screenshot above, this feature may be arriving with a future Fall Creators update preview build. There are however more changes like a new look Network settings that may arrive in the future preview builds for Windows 10.