It has been five years since the Windows manufacturer introduced Windows 10 as a service concept, with the release of Windows 10. Since then Microsoft has released two feature updates focusing on new features and improvements almost every year, as well as regular monthly cumulative update bugs. Fix. Now with more than a billion active devices running on Windows 10, the software maker is considering introducing Windows 10 X next year, which will initially be an expression of Windows 10, specifically designed for foldable devices Is designed
Celebrating its anniversary today, the company is releasing a new build for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel (formerly known as Fast Ring).
– Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) July 29, 2020
Here’s the full changelog of Windows 10 build 20180
What’s New in Build 20180
We are rolling out several new features described in Build 20161 on 1 July including theme-aware tiles on start. With last week’s flight of Build 20175 the capacity of the new pinned sites mentioned is still only available to a subset of insiders.
Update for developers
The Windows SDK is now continuously flying with the Dev channel. Whenever a new OS build is created for the Dev OS channel, the same SDK will be flown as well. You can always install the latest Insider SDK from aka.ms/InsiderSDK. SDK flights will be stored in the flight hub along with OS flights.
Windows 10 build 20180: changes and improvements
- Based on the response, we are changing the tablet asana logic for 2-in-1 devices, now applicable when using only one screen.
- Based on the response we are slightly shrinking the new folder icon in the Start menu’s list of all apps so that it aligns better with the size of the other icons.
- We have updated the search box in the default apps settings pages to improve performance.
Windows 10 build 20180: fixes
- We had fixed a problem in the previous flight where the magnifier was not following the cueer in the previous build when the zoom was over 100%.
- We fixed an issue where the task manager was not showing the publisher name for the UWP apps.
- We fixed an issue when using Pinin IME where tapping “/” on the keyboard would not produce the correct character when using full width mode.
- We fixed two problems that could result in a crash when using Alt + Tab to switch to browser tabs.
Build 20180: Known Issues
- We are working on a solution to the problem where some Microsoft Store games are protected with Easy Anti-Cheat, which may fail to launch.
- When we are trying to install a new build, we are hanging reports of the update process for an extended period.
- We are working on a solution to the problem where the minimum / maximum buttons are closed after resizing the UWP app. If you move the app window the status should update.
- We are investigating reports that the new taskbar experience described above is not working for some pinned sites.
- We are working on a fix for the issue where sometimes the “close all windows” action in the taskbar does not close all of the open tabs
- We are working on a fix to enable live preview for Pinned Sites tab.
- We are working on enabling the new taskbar experience for existing pinned sites. In the meantime, you can unpin the site from the taskbar, remove it from the side: // apps page, and then pin the site again.
- We are working on a solution to a problem where pinned sites do not show all open tabs for one domain. In the meantime, you can fix this by pinning the site’s homepage to a specific page (eg microsoft.com/windows instead of pin microsoft.com).
- We are working on a solution to the problem where the browser tab on Alt + Tabing sometimes moves the first active browser tab to the Alt + Tab list.
- There may be an error opening the WSL 1 distribution: ‘I / O operation terminated due to thread exit or application request.’ Please see this Github issue for the latest updates.
For more information, visit the official blog post.