Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20197, here is the complete changelog
Microsoft is constantly releasing Windows 10 updates with new multiple features, this time the company has brought in Disk Management into the official Windows 10 Settings. The company had mentioned earlier that they are working on adding multiple tools and other requirements to its official Windows 10 settings app.
Disk Management tool developed by Microsoft includes tasks such as viewing disk information, creating and formatting volumes, and assigning drive letters. It also features better integration with features such as Storage Spaces and the Storage breakdown page. To use the Disk Management tool go to Settings >> System >> Storage and click Manage Disks and Volumes to get started.
In the previous Preview Build, 20190 Microsoft said that it will be adding a post-update experience in the future updates meanwhile the has not yet added the feature in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20197. But said that Insiders may see other experiences like this one on newer builds coming soon.
With the new Windows 10, Insider Preview Build 20197 the Your Phone Apps experience is now gradually rolling out to General Public. This means the users running on Build 20197 and newer will support Your Phone apps experience with updated lists of devices.
Apps feature requirements:
- PC running Windows 10 October 2018 Update or later. However, we always recommend updating to the latest version of Windows 10.
- Your Phone app (1.20071.88) and Link to Windows (2.0).
- Available on select Android phones running Android 9.0 or greater with the Link to Windows integration. Check out the list of supported phones here.
- The phone and PC must be on the same Wi-Fi network.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20197 Changelog
- We’re updating the ALT + Tab behavior with Microsoft Edge tabs to now have a default of displaying at most 5 tabs, rather than any recent tabs. If at any point you’d like to change this, you can under Settings > System > Multitasking.
- We’re exploring including a Web Browsing section in the Settings header, and Insiders may start to see this.
- Going forward only the currently active profile picture will display under Your Info in Settings.
- Based on feedback we’re turning off ESENT Warning Event ID 642.
- It’s now possible to select the new Microsoft Edge as your desired app in Assigned Access.
- We’ve updated the Narrator so that now when using the Microsoft Pinyin IME, Narrator is able to distinguish candidate characters/words by providing detailed reading information.
- We fixed an issue where the letter headers in the Start menu’s all apps list had unnecessary left padding when the all apps list was set to hidden.
- We fixed an issue where Alt + Tabbing to a browser tab sometimes moved the previously active browser tab to the front of the Alt + Tab list as well.
- We fixed an issue where if you’d pinned a website to your taskbar and then moved your Microsoft Edge window with that site open over to a different virtual desktop, the pinned sit wouldn’t show the corresponding open tabs on that new desktop.
- We fixed an issue where the Sysprep command was failing with the error 0x80073CFA in the last few builds.
- We fixed an issue where Group Policy Editor was showing a popup error about WnsEndpoint_Policy in the last few flights.
- We fixed an issue where the Get-Volume PowerShell command wasn’t recognizing volumes in the exFAT format.
- We fixed an issue impacting explorer.exe launch performance when booting up and logging in for the first time.
- We fixed an issue where pinned File Explorer folders in Start would appear with a darker background than other tiles in light mode.
- We fixed a race condition that could result in the Font Settings page crashing.
- We fixed an issue where Font Settings and Themes Settings were displaying the old style of Microsoft Store icon.
- We fixed an issue that could result in the Network Status page in Settings showing an old network name, rather than the one that you’re currently connected to and inconsistent with what the network flyout displayed.
- We fixed an issue resulting in certain VPNs with the option “Automatically use my Windows logon name and password (and domain, if any) enabled no longer connecting automatically.
- We fixed an issue resulting in some Insiders experiencing a bug check in recent builds citing a hyper guard violation.
- We fixed an issue when using the search box in File Explorer, where pressing the enter key would result in keyboard focus jumping to the quick access section of the navigation pane rather than to the search results.
- We fixed an issue with the Microsoft Pinyin IME, where typing certain phrases would result in the candidate pane unexpectedly dismissing.
- We fixed an issue with the Microsoft Pinyin IME, where when using double pinyin style when typing something like “goldb;du” where the first candidate could be an English word the conversion wouldn’t work.
- We fixed an issue when typing with the Japanese IME that could result in not being able to input symbols using Shift+<number keys> into password fields sometimes.
- We fixed an issue that could result in certain apps crashing when typing incorrect combinations with the Chinese Traditional DaYi IME.
- We fixed an issue with the Microsoft Bopomofo IME where it was consuming Shift key up events when they resulted in IME mode toggle actions.
- We fixed an issue that could result in a CTFMON.exe when changing focus to certain apps (like Outlook) while typing with an IME.
- We fixed an issue where ImmGetCompositionString wasn’t returning the correct IME composition string for YOMI text fields.
- We fixed an issue where the Windows key on the full touch keyboard layout wouldn’t become highlighted after tapping on it in recent builds.
- We fixed an issue when using the Narrator where Scan Mode wouldn’t stay off in Microsoft Teams.
- We fixed an issue resulting in Microsoft Flight Simulator failing to launch on the previous two flights with an error citing: “The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect”.
This is the complete changelog as per the Windows official blog. For more news on tech and cybersecurity stay tuned on Android Rookies by subscribing to our newsletter from here.