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Disponibile una nuova build (19577) di Windows 10 per gli utenti Insider | Insider Fast Ring

Microsoft da pochi minuti ha provveduto a rilasciare la seconda build di di Windows 10 relativa al nuovo ramo di sviluppo per gli utenti Insider iscritti al canale Fast ring.

Microsoft ci tiene a precisare che il nuovo ramo di sviluppo NON è identificato dalla nomenclatura 20H2, la casa di Redmond scrive che sebbene le funzionalità nel ramo di sviluppo attivo possano essere previste per una futura versione di Windows 10, non sono più abbinate a una versione specifica di Windows 10.

La nuova Build di Windows 10 in fase di rilascio per gli utenti Insider viene identificata dal numero 19577 e implementa le seguenti novità:

Diagnostic data changes in Settings

As part of the Microsoft initiative to increase transparency and control over data, we’re making some changes to the Settings app and Group Policy settings that will start showing up in Windows Insider builds this month. Basic diagnostic data is now known as Required diagnostic data and Full diagnostic data is now Optional diagnostic data. If you’re a commercial customer and choose to send Optional diagnostic data, we will also be providing more granular Group Policy settings to configure the data that’s collected within your organization. We’ll publish more specifics around the new policies when we get closer to the retail release, and in the meantime, check out the Microsoft Privacy Report for more information around our data collection practices.

Note: Please make sure your device is set to “Full” before updating to Build 19577. You will not be able to take future flights if your diagnostic level is left at “Enhanced”. AAD/Domain-joined PCs set to “Enhanced” will be blocked from taking Build 15977. For more information, see this Answers post.

More new icons: Windows Security

We’re continuing to roll out updated icons to many of the built-in apps in Windows 10. In today’s build, we’ve updated the Windows Security icon to match the new design principles outlined here from the Microsoft Design Team. Unlike many of the built-in apps in Windows 10, which can be updated through the Store, the new Windows Security icon is updated through the OS and will rollout in a future Windows 10 feature update.

The new Windows Security icon as it appears on the taskbar.

Other updates for Insiders

Announcing PowerToys 0.15.1

Yesterday, during our Windows Insider webcast, the PowerToys Team announced the release of PowerToys 0.15.1. PowerToys 0.15.1 contains these improvements:

  • Notifies you there’s a new version from within PowerToys
  • Removed requirement to always ‘run as admin’
  • Added almost 300 unit tests to increase stability and prevent regressions.
  • Resolved almost 100 issues
  • Made .NET Framework parts of the source run faster with NGEN
  • Improved for how we store data locally
  • Increased FancyZones compatibility with applications
  • Created the 0 strategy, the launcher, the keyboard managerspecs
  • Worked on cleaning up our issue backlog and labels

Get more details about these improvements. If you missed our webcast yesterday, watch it on-demand from our Mixer channel!

Continuing the optional updates experiment with drivers

We’re continuing to look at ways we can improve the update experience on Windows 10 PCs for our customers. Back in January in Build 19551, we announced we were conducting an experiment related to how we deliver driver updates through Windows Update. During this experiment, drivers categorized as “optional” will not be automatically downloaded and installed on Windows Insider’s PCs running Build 19536 and newer. To install any new optional drivers available for a PC that’s involved in this experiment (including drivers for new devices that might get plugged in to a PC), Insiders can go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > View optional updates and manually download these drivers. We are extending this experiment to now run through the end of March. (Note: This applies ONLY to the latest builds in the Fast ring and not 20H1.)

General changes & improvements

  • Following up on our post about the new Cortana app, we wanted to let you know that in addition to timers and instant answers, which lit up last month, assistant conversations are now online. Some examples to try are “tell me a dad joke”, “tell me a bedtime story”, or “rock, paper, scissors.” We appreciate your patience while we worked on this. This is a server-side change, however we’re noting it here for awareness.
  • We’ve updated the behavior of Advanced startup (Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Advanced startup “Restart now”) to enable some Ease of Access features to work properly. For example, previously, if the narrator feature was enabled prior to launching Advanced startup, it would stop working. Now, Advanced startup will reboot directly into the Windows Recovery Environment.
  • While the Vietnamese alphabet doesn’t include the Latin letters F, J, W, or Z, based on feedback we’re updating the grouping in the Start menu’s all app’s list to account for these letters when using this display language, so that apps like Windows PowerShell are included in the expected group.

Fixes

  • We fixed an issue where input would stop working in some places if clipboard history (WIN + V) was dismissed without pasting anything.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in extra characters in the message in File Explorer when no files were listed yet in Recent Files.
  • We fixed an issue where, when setting up Windows Hello while using the Arabic display language, the box tracking progress of setup wouldn’t line up with your face.
  • We fixed an issue where preferred SafeSearch settings (Settings > Search > Permissions & History) were no longer persisting upgrade.
  • We fixed an issue which caused the microphone to sometimes not work on certain devices from Builds 19559 to 19569. If you continue seeing issues with your microphone, please file a problem report in Feedback Hub with “recreate my problem” logs.
  • We fixed an issue impacting Explorer.exe reliability when navigating in File Explorer for some Insiders.
  • We fixed an issue where using Restart Manager API to restart explorer.exe would result in all open UWP apps being closed as well.
  • We fixed an issue that could result in the DWM crashing when inking on your PC.
  • We fixed an issue that could result in Outlook crashing if you typed too many characters into the To field using the Korean IME.
  • We fixed an issue where, when using Storage Sense to clean up Windows.old, it might not be totally removed.
  • We fixed an issue that could result in Settings hanging when accessing Windows Update Settings.
  • We fixed an issue where the Family & Other Accounts page wouldn’t finish loading for some Insiders.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the system potentially bugchecking upon toggling Bluetooth ON and OFF after waking back from sleep.
  • We fixed an issue for local account users where, until rebooting, night light would no longer work after attaching your Microsoft account.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the machine not rebooting and kicking off the scan when you selected Microsoft Defender Offline Scan in Windows Security.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in Windows Update failing with error 0x80070002 for some users.
  • We fixed a high hitting DWM crash that some Insiders were experiencing.

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