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Nuova build (18936) di Windows 10 20H1 disponibile per gli Insider

Con un Windows 10 19H1 in fase di rilascio, 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 iscritti al canale Fast ring.

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.

Per quanto riguarda le modifiche apportate in questa nuova build 18936 viene esteso il supporto alla condivisione dello schermo nell’app Il mio telefono a diversi nuovi Surface (Surface Laptop, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 5, Surface Pro 6, Surface Book e Surface Book 2), arriva la possibilità di creare un nuovo evento in calendario direttamente dalla barra delle applicazioni, corretti diverse correzione di bug e miglioramenti minori.

Di seguito le modifiche segnalate:

Your Phone app – Phone screen now available on more Surface devices

As promised, we’re excited to expand the availability of the phone screen feature to more PCs. With the latest driver update in the Windows insider rings (Marvell 15.68.17013.110), the following Surface devices will preview the phone screen feature – Surface Laptop, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 5, Surface Pro 6, Surface Book, and Surface Book 2. If you have one of these devices, give it a try and let us know what you think!

Quick Event Create from the Taskbar

Do you ever open the clock and calendar flyout to help organize your thoughts while making plans? We’ve been working on making it easier to create new events and reminders, and are happy to announce that as of today, all Insiders in the Fast ring should see this when you click on the date in the taskbar:

Showing the clock and calendar flyout, with an inline option to add a new event.

Pick your desired date and start typing – you’ll now see inline options to set a time and location. We’re looking forward to you trying it out! Let us know if you have any feedback.

Go passwordless with Microsoft accounts on your device  

For improved security and a more seamless sign-in experience, you can now enable passwordless sign-in for Microsoft accounts on your Windows 10 device by going to Settings > Accounts > Sign-in options, and selecting ‘On’ under ‘Make your device passwordless’. Enabling passwordless sign in will switch all Microsoft accounts on your Windows 10 device to modern authentication with Windows Hello Face, Fingerprint, or PIN. Don’t have Windows Hello set up yet? No problem! We’ll walk you through the setup experience on your next sign-in. Curious how a Windows Hello PIN is more secure than a password? Learn more here.

Please note: This feature is currently being rolled out to a small portion of Insiders and the above option may not show for all users in Settings. If the toggle isn’t showing for you yet, check back in a week so.

All passwords hidden for Microsoft

As always, feedback is always welcome! Please leave comments in Feedback Hub > Security and Privacy > Windows Hello PIN.

General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC

  • We fixed an issue that was causing failures when installing games via the Xbox app in the previous flight.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the Photos live tile potentially drawing outside the bounds of the tile.
  • We fixed an issue where the emoji panel would crash when high contrast was enabled.
  • We updated the disk type text in Task Manager’s Performance tab to now match the size of the other subtext on that tab.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in items not launching in the foreground when selected from the taskbar jump list of certain apps.
  • We fixed an issue that could result in the virtual desktop thumbnail in task view not updating after moving a window to a different desktop.
  • Running Windows Sandbox no longer requires Administrator privilege.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the composition string not being shown in certain apps when typing with the Japanese IME.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in certain apps crashing when typing with the Chinese Pinyin IME.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in certain games unexpectedly just showing a black screen when run in full screen mode on some devices recently.

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