Microsoft Windows 19H1 – No Major New Features Yet

Windows 10 19H1 Update

Microsoft released a new set of updates for its latest Windows 19H1. A couple of bug fixes and new app updates were presented to Skip Ahead testers. However, no significant new feature is yet to be seen.

The Insider Preview Build 18234 (19H1) comes with resolutions for known issues both users and developers. The update introduces once again File Explorer which was added back in October 2018 build.

Snip & Sketch, a feature intended to replace Snipping Tool, gets its “Now” button working after reported bug issues in Build 18219. The improvement brings three options for the Snip $ Sketch, the “Snip Now,” “Snip in 3 seconds,” and “Snip in 10 seconds.” You can easily access these options by right-clicking on the icon if you have it pinned on your taskbar or had the app opened.

Sticky Notes also gets a highlight from Windows Build 18234. Aside from the new features added, notes can now be synced across devices. Microsoft To-Do receives a new featured called inking support where you can write and complete tasks manually.

Microsoft will also be removing XAML Shadows temporarily due to issues. Emoji Panel can now support and search tooltips for Emoji 11. Naming group of tabs in Microsoft Edge also been removed and will be returned in future flights.

For the complete list of improvements, bug fixes, and additional features, check out Microsoft’s blog post for September 6, Build 18234. The final rollout of the 19H1 feature is said to be on April 2019.

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