Windows 10 Insider Preview starts notes on “What’s new about the update”

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Microsoft is finally thinking about the fact that not all users feel all the innovations of Windows 10 updates, even major ones. Therefore, the company decided to implement the “Soviets” application in the OS, which will tell about all the innovations of the next update.

Microsoft has released a new update on the Windows 10 Insider Channel. Microsoft is now returning notes that explain the new features after the update. But not currently for the German-speaking environment.

The new preview has build number 20190 and is now available to all Insiders who are on the former Fast Ring, a new developer channel. In addition to a large number of bug fixes (more on the bug fixes at the end of the article), Microsoft is now rolling out two interesting improvements in a new build. On the one hand, the graphics settings have been improved so that users can now also specify a high-performance standard GPU. Additionally, the graphics settings have been updated to allow users to select a specific GPU for the application. This change is available to all users of the new preview.


Windows 10: Information about an update as a tip

On the other hand, there is an improvement that initially only activates for Windows Insiders who have chosen an English-speaking environment (US, UK, Australia, IN or CA). But since Microsoft is seriously concerned about the lack of awareness of users about the innovations that appear in Windows 10 with the next update (especially large).

the update information is now displayed in the Tips app. With this Microsoft announces new features and improvements. You already know these highlights and tips. But they are now active again in Insider Assemblies, at least if you preinstalled the appropriate language.

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In addition, under Settings> System> Notifications & Actions, you must click the Show Windows Welcome box to activate the new prompts. Important changes are highlighted after each update.

Updates for developers

The Windows SDK is now constantly updated via the Dev Channel. Each time a new build of the operating system is published to the developer channel. The team also provides the corresponding SDK.

Windows 10: Bug fixes

  • We fixed a bug related to a Windows subsystem for Linux 1 that resulted in an output. ‘The I / O operation was canceled because of either a thread exit or an application request’. Details can be found at Github.
  • The team fixed an issue that could cause explorer.exe to become unresponsive on touch devices after resuming from hibernation.
  • We fixed an issue with the new search box on the standard application settings pages where search results appear to be drawn on top of each other when deleting characters from the search box.
  • We fixed an issue where if you switched to an English keyboard and then back to the Chinese Pinyin IME using WIN + Spacebar. The punctuation marks entered would be Chinese, even if “Use English punctuation marks when in Chinese input mode” checked was.
  • We fixed an issue where, with the Narrator enabled. The PIN pad could appear unexpectedly on the screen when the focus was placed on the login screen.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in Features on Demand (FOD) failing to activate with error 0x8000FFFF in newer builds. It is also believed that this is why some insiders have found out that the sfc / scannow command repeatedly fails when a reboot is pending.
  • We fixed an issue that could cause the calling window (e.g. Microsoft Edge) to hang when an authentication prompt was triggered that was then not interacted with and timed out
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