Microsoft Flights New Windows 10 19H1 Build

Posted on September 6, 2018 by Mehedi Hassan in Windows 10 with 5 Comments

Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 19H1 to Insiders in Skip Ahead. The company just shipped a build for Windows 10 October 2018 Update yesterday, too.

As for the new 19H1 build, 18234, it doesn’t include any new features. On the official blog post announcing the release, Microsoft mentions some of the app-related updates the company shipped in the recent weeks, including things like Sticky Notes 3.0, inking support in Microsoft To-Do, and a new update to Snip & Sketch.

The latest build fixes a bug with Snip & Sketch which prevented Skip Ahead users from using the app’s new timing feature, so you can now make the app take snaps after 3 seconds or 10 seconds once the new build is installed. As usual, there are a bunch of general fixes and improvements included in the app, so make sure to checkout the full changelog here.

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5 responses to “Microsoft Flights New Windows 10 19H1 Build”

  1. Atoqir

    If they continue the way they are doing with the october update I am happy.

    The october update is the most exciting release they shipped because in the previous builds I didn’t use any of the new stuff.

    But in my day to day use I notice many refinements. Disk space notifications, Edge looks and works much better and has more options, more consistency in blur, shadow and animation everywhere. I snip a lot of screens, better store, etc

    Only pointless thing is the YourPhone app since it duplicates the OneDrive functionality only without storing the pictures in the cloud.

    • Rodness

      In reply to Atoqir: True that in regards to the Your Phone app except that OneDrive won't save your messages there (I wouldn't think); once that's implemented and becomes a feature in the Your Phone app it will truly be useful. Keeping my fingers crossed. ??

  2. spacein_vader

    Given the September builds are going to be the ones that have extended support for businesses it's fair to hope that this one should be pretty stable.

    They seem to be moving to a model similar to Ubuntu: releases that add experimental stuff and then LTS releases that are far more conservative but offer great stability.

    • Tony Barrett

      In reply to spacein_vader:

      No such thing as 'greater stability' where MS are concerned. It's features, features and more features. The OS is actually drowning in features nobody will ever use, but hey, that's what MS think will attract people to the OS, so that's where all the focus is.

  3. shravi12

    Windows 10 no sound issues are solved.

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