Microsoft is today rolling out a new build of Windows 10 to Windows Insiders. The company is releasing build 19603 to Insiders in the Fast Ring, and it includes some changes.
The main new feature in the latest build is FIle Explorer integration for the Windows Subsystem for Linux aka WSL. Microsoft previously enabled the ability to access WSL files from the File Explorer in Windows 10 version 1903, but it’s making it much easier to access those files with direct File Explorer integration.
In the latest build, File Explorer will now show a “Linux” option on the sidebar in File Explorer. From there, you can see the different Linux distros you have installed. And clicking on any of the distros will take you to the Linux root for that distro. It’s a really nice improvement for WSL users.
The new build also includes a new “User cleanup recommendations” for saving storage space. This new feature will show you some of the unused files and apps on your device that you can get rid of to save some space.