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Microsoft launches new Windows 10 example with acrylic login screen

Microsoft launches new Windows 10 example with acrylic login screen

Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview for PCs with acrylic paint in the login screen. This build is from the 19H1 branch, which, as the name implies, will arrive in the first half of next year. Microsoft is in the process of completing the RS5 office, which represents the Windows 10 update that the company plans to issue in October.

Windows 10 is being developed as a service, meaning it regularly receives new features. Microsoft has released five major updates so far: November Update, Jubilee Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update and April 2018 Update.

Microsoft's smooth design has spread to the windows login screen. Acrylic is now visible on the background of the login screen, an effect that Microsoft has given an over-the-top description: "The translucent texture of this transient surface helps you focus on the log-in task by moving the usable controls upwards the visual hierarchy while maintaining their accessibility. "

Right.

Separately, Microsoft renamed the name "Microsoft Apps" to "Your Phone Companion". This is to bring the Android app into line with the Your phone app, which gives you access to your phone's content, such as text messages, photos, and notifications. on your Windows 10 PC.

Bug fixes and known problems

This desktop build contains the following general bug fixes and improvements (many will be familiar to those who follow the following updates on the RS5 branch):

  • An issue has been resolved in which the size of the task could not be adjusted during the previous flight.
  • Resolved and problem with the result that Settings crashes when navigating to Accounts> Log in to the previous flight.
  • Resolved an issue that resulted in reduced Action Center reliability on recent flights.
  • An issue has been fixed where, if you opened one of the taskbar flyouts (such as network or volume) and then quickly tried to open another one, it would not work.
  • Fixed problem for people with multiple monitors where, if the Open or Save dialog was moved between monitors, some elements could unexpectedly become small.
  • An issue has been fixed that caused some apps to crash recently when setting the focus on the search box in the app.
  • A problem has been solved that has meant that certain games, such as League of Legends, were not correctly started / connected to recent flights.
  • Fixed an issue where clicking on web links in PWA & # 39; s like Twitter did not open the browser.
  • An issue has been fixed that prevented some PWA & # 39; s from showing up correctly after the app was suspended and then resumed.
  • An issue has been resolved where attaching multiple-line text to certain websites with Microsoft Edge could add unexpected empty lines between each line.
  • Fixed a crash in recent flights when the pen was used to ink in the Microsoft Edge web notes.
  • A high crash with Task Manager in recent flights solved.
  • An issue has been fixed that causes Settings to crash for Insiders with multiple monitors when changing various options under View settings on the last few flights.
  • A crash repaired while clicking the Verify link on the Account settings page in recent flights.
  • Added a new group policy to prevent the use of security issues for local accounts. You can find this under Computer Configuration> Administrative Templates> Windows Components> User Interface for References.
  • The content of the Apps & Features page was only loaded after the list of apps was finished, making the page seem empty for a while.
  • Resolved an issue where the list of settings of built-in phrases for the Pinyin IME was blank.
  • Resolved an issue in Narrator where activating Microsoft Edge history items would not work in scan mode.
  • Improvements in the narrator selection when moving forward in Microsoft Edge.
  • Fixed an issue where Narrator incorrectly reported some standard combo boxes as "editable combo box" instead of "combo box".

Today's update clashes the build number of Windows 10 for the 19H1 branch of 18234 (made available for testers on September 6) to build 18237.

This build has three known problems:

  • Narrator sometimes does not read in the Settings app when navigating with the tab and arrow keys. Try temporarily switching to Narrator Scan mode. And when you switch off scan mode again, Narrator now reads when you navigate using the tab and arrow keys. You can also restart Narrator to work around this problem.
  • You may notice the background of reports and the Action Center loses color and becomes transparent (with an acrylic effect).
  • If you install one of the recent Fast Ring builds and switch to the Slow Ring, optional content will fail, such as enabling developer mode. You must remain in the Fast-ring to add / install / enable optional content. This is because optional content will only be installed on builds that are approved for specific rings.

Do not install this on your production machine as always.