Recently, the Slow Ring received two new Windows 10 19H2 builds from Microsoft after they rolled them out. Windows Insiders can now take advantage of the Windows 10 Build 18362.10012 and Build 18362.10013.
More about the release
The controlled feature rollout (CFR) functionality began being tested by the company so that this release might confuse some people. With that being said, some users will have the newly released features turned off by default. Windows 10 systems running 18362.10005 will have all the new features turned off as they will be available only for systems running Windows 10 Build 18362.10013. As part of the release, many new features were pushed by Microsoft and we will present to you some of the best ones.
Windows 10 Build 18362.10012 & 18362.10013
Now if you want to create events, it will be easier for you as you can do so directly from the Windows 10 Calendar flyout. All you need to do is to open it, choose the date you need and write in the textbox your to-do list or an important meeting.
Navigation Panel Changes
You experience will be improved thanks to the bring navigation pane changes that the recent releases bring. You can click on the right option easier now because of the expansion of the navigation pane available on the Start menu.
Notification Improvements and Brand New Icons
The “Action Center” and “banner” in Windows 10 have new icons added by Microsoft. It will be easier for the users this way to adjust notification settings for the apps.
The notification sorting in Windows 10 Settings got improved by the Windows 10 19H2 builds released recently. The PC you are using now will no longer sort notifications using the sender name. It is now using the most recent notification.
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