Microsoft Has Another Windows 10 19H1 Build Coming to Insiders

Microsoft released a bunch of different builds throughout this week. The company is now releasing yet another new build of Windows 10 to Insiders in the Fast Ring today. The new build doesn’t come with major new features, however.

Build 18348 brings the improved Emoji 12.0 support Microsoft released yesterday on the Windows 10 20H1 branch. The updated Emoji 12.0 support makes it so that you can now search for the new emoji part of Emoji 12.0 through the emoji picker, using the WIN+(period) or WIN+(semicolon) shortcuts.

The updated build includes a number of other bug fixes and improvements, but that’s really about it. Microsoft is now nearing the end of Windows 10 19H1 development, so all of this makes sense. The company is busy making bug fixes and readying the update for the public, as it’s expected to be released within the first half of the year. So all these new 19H1 builds are pretty minor and boring. And considering it’s already shipping new 19H2 and 20H1 builds, that’s no surprise at all.

You can find the full changelog for build 18348 here. 

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  • madthinus

    Premium Member
    01 March, 2019 - 1:19 pm

    <p>Save to say the finish line is approaching fast on this release.</p>

    • will

      Premium Member
      01 March, 2019 - 1:36 pm

      <blockquote><em><a href="#408264">In reply to madthinus:</a></em></blockquote><p>Yep. I would guess that next week we would see a push to Slow Ring followed by a push to the Early release ring (if this is still a thing) followed by public availability end of the month, first of April.</p>

  • rossdelliott

    Premium Member
    01 March, 2019 - 2:07 pm

    <p>I've still not been offered 1809 on most of my PCs, despite checking repeatedly. I think the only one that DOES have it is my Surface Pro.</p>

  • pk patel

    07 March, 2019 - 8:57 am

    <p>Nice article, I have use Windows 10 <a href="; target="_blank">Now</a></p>

  • free-jobalert

    08 March, 2019 - 10:01 am

    <p>I have been used window for 3 year ago an experiencing very <a href="; target="_blank">good</a>.</p>


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