Microsoft rilascia una nuova build (18894) di Windows 10 20H1 | Insider [AGGIORNAMENTO – x1]
Con un Windows 10 19H1 in fase avanzata di sviluppo, Microsoft ha già iniziato internamente a lavorare su un nuovo grande update (nome in codice 20H1) e proprio in queste ore ha provveduto a rilasciare la nuova build per gli utenti Insider.
Ricordiamo che Microsoft è già a lavoro su Windows 10 20H1 (previsto nella prima metà del 2020) in quanto alcune cose che saranno implementate richiedono tempi di sviluppo lunghi, per questo ha deciso di passare a questa versione di sviluppo (Microsoft inizierà invece a rilasciare le prime build di Windows 10 19H2 questa primavera, dopo che lo sviluppo di Windows 10 19H1 sarà completato).
Per quanto riguarda le modifiche apportate troviamo miglioramenti nel design e nella ricerca per File Explorer, miglioramenti di accessibilità e la correzione di diversi bug minori (Microsoft segnala inoltre malfunzionamenti dell’app Your Phone).
Aggiornamento x1 – 10/05/2019
A distanza di 2 giorni, Microsoft da pochi minuti ha rilasciato un nuovo update minore di Windows 10 20H1 (build 18895) che va a correggere i malfunzionamenti riscontrati con l’app Youe Phone segnalati nell’ultimo update.
Di seguito le modifiche segnalate:
File Explorer improvements
We’ve heard your feedback asking for increased consistency, and to make it easier to find your files. Over the next few days we’ll be starting to roll out a new File Explorer search experience – now powered by Windows Search. This change will help integrate your OneDrive content online with the traditional indexed results. This rollout will start with a small percent, and then we’ll increase the rollout to more Insiders as we validate the quality of the experience.
What does that mean for you? Once you have the new experience, as you type in File Explorer’s search box, you’ll now see a dropdown populated with suggested files at your fingertips that you can pick from.
These improved results can be launched directly by clicking the entry in the new suggestions box, or if you want to open the file location, just right-click the entry and there’ll be an option to do so. If you need to use commands or dig deeper into non-indexed locations, you can still press enter and populate the view with the traditional search results.
We’ve also updated the design, so now as soon as you click the search box in File Explorer (or press CTRL+E to set focus to it), you’ll see the dropdown list with your search history.
If you encounter any issues, or have any feedback, file them under “Files, Folders, and Online Storage” > “File Explorer” in the Feedback Hub.
NOTES: You may notice in the screenshot, we’ve made the File Explorer search box wider so the suggestions dropdown has a bit more room to show results – that’s not a new option, but we figured you might want to know how to do it: just move your mouse to the starting border of the search box, and your mouse should turn into a resizing double arrow cursor. Just click down and drag the search box to be a bit wider.
- Narrator table reading improvements: Narrator is now more efficient when reading tables. Only the deltas are read when navigating. Entering and exiting tables is also less verbose.
- Narrator web page summary: There’s a new command in Narrator to give a webpage summary! (Narrator + S). Currently this command will give information about hyperlinks, landmarks and headings.
- Magnifier text cursor setting: Windows Magnifier has a new ability to keep the text cursor in the center of the screen making it easier and smoother to type. Centered on the screen is on by default and can be changed in the Magnifier settings.
General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC
- We fixed an issue resulting in scrolling with the mouse wheel or touchpad not working reliably across the system in the last few flights.
- We fixed an issue where opening the Memory Integrity page in Windows Security would crash the app.
- We fixed an issue where the Windows Update icon in taskbar system tray is not high DPI optimized.
- We fixed a recent issue where the “Add someone else to this PC” window would crash if an MSA-attached user would try to add a local user to the PC.
- We fixed a typo in the WIN+(period) kaomoji section category names.
- We fixed a race condition that could result in users getting stuck with an outdated version of the search relevancy logic, impacting subsequent search results.
- We fixed an issue where Start menu wasn’t launching if the “continue experiences on this device” group policy was “disabled”.
- We fixed an issue where navigating using Narrator + R command got stuck in PowerPoint Edit View.
- Narrator no longer reads “null” after each command listed in the Narrator + F2 list.
- We fixed a problem where Narrator was at low volume and could not be increased.