Windows 10 Build 18362.10012 & 18362.10013 [19H2] comes out to the Insiders in the Slow ring carrying a collection of features. This specific build of the Release Preview investigates the capability to ship these updates turned off by default. By doing this, they will be able to turn them on through controlled feature rollouts. Besides, a subcategory of the Insiders in the Slow ring will have features turned off by default whereas another part of the same will be turned on by default. However, it doesn’t indicate that everyone in the Slow ring will get the new features right away.
Furthermore, users on 19H2 Build 18362.10005 will able to receive Build 18362.10012 with features ‘turned OFF by default’. Additionally, for Build 18362.10006 – By default, you will able to grab Build 18362.10013 with features turned ON. However, those users who have joined Slow ring in recent times to take 19H2 updates, are not confirmed to grab. Being into the Skip Ahead ring, they’re able to straightaway get Build 18362.10012 & 18362.10013 via Windows Update. They need to simply go to the Windows Settings app by pressing Win+I and expand the Update & Security icon. After that, they should hit the Check for updates option and let download the build on your device.
Windows 10 Build 18362.10012 & 18362.10013 [19H2] features
Here is the changelog –
- With this update, you are now able to immediately create an event on the taskbar. Along with, the event will design directly from the Calendar flyout. For this, simply hit the date and time at the lower right corner of the Taskbar. This will launch the Calendar flyout and select the date which you prefer. Subsequently, it will start typing in the text box – you’ll now see inline options to set a time and location.
- If you place the mouse cursor over the Start button, the navigation pane on the Start menu will expand. It also will inform you where the clicking goes.
- Microsoft specialists add friendly images and describe what is meant for “banner” and “Action Center”. It happens when you adjust the notifications on apps in order to make these settings more accessible and readable.
- According to the developer team, the notification settings will now default to ordering notification senders by most recently shown notification, rather than sender name. You will be able to access them by navigating to the path – Settings => System => Notifications. Now, this will make it simpler to locate common and recent senders. In addition, they have also incorporated a setting to turn off playing a sound when notifications appear.
- Now, Microsoft expert illustrates the options to configure and turn off notifications from an app/website right on the notification, both as a banner and in Action Center.
- With this build, the developer team has added a “Manage notifications” button to the top of Action Center. This relevant option starts the main “Notifications & actions” Settings page.
- Some additional debugging capabilities are attached with this update for newer Intel processors. However, this is only suitable for hardware manufacturers.
- With some specific processors, the team has created general battery life and power efficiency enhancements for PCs.
- This update comprises multiple “favored” cores in a CPU. To provide more reliable performance and reliability, we have implemented a rotation policy. It distributes work more impartially among these favored cores.
Source – Windows Experience blog