The first day of Microsoft's annual Build conference has nearly wrapped up, and along with an onslaught of information about Windows 10, the company has published videos that highlight many of its new announcements.

The videos, now available on the Windows YouTube channel, are more like teaser commercials for Microsoft Edge, Continuum for Phones, and Windows 10, with one even dubbed a "highlight reel". They're each 1 minute to 3 minutes long and provide a quick overview of Microsoft's next major OS update and features.

Microsoft Edge, for instance, will be the new default browser in Windows 10, and the new teaser video for the browser briefly shows off some of its new tricks, such as the ability to write directly on webpages, share your mark-ups with others, and read online articles free of distraction or offline, among other things.

As for the new Continuum functionality, which was only recently unveiled at Build 2015, it is designed for mobile phones. It automatically transforms apps so that you can use your phone as a full-powered PC or display. Watch the four videos below to learn more about Continuum and other new Windows 10 things.

We will add more videos from the channel if and when they're released.

Introducing Microsoft Edge: The New Windows 10 Browser

Windows 10 Highlights Reel

Continuum for Phones

Windows 10 Feature Highlights: Ready. Set. Do.

If you want to watch more stuff from Build 2015, check out the conference's live stream here.