The next update of Windows 10 is the April 2019 update, version 1903, which was under the code name 19H1 during development. It offers a light theme, speed enhancements and plenty of polish. There are no crazy new features like My People or Timeline.
This article contains everything new from Insider Preview Build 1
Speed Improvements (Thanks to Better Specter Fixes)
Specter's news rocked the industry early in 2018. Specter is a design flaw in CPUs that allows programs to work around their limitations and read the memory of other programs. Microsoft has patched Windows to block Specter's attacks, but the resulting patches have reduced the performance of your PC in some scenarios – especially on PCs from 2015 and earlier that do not have the CPU features needed to speed things up.
Well, a change in the April 2019 update seems to virtually eliminate these penalties and speed up the backup of your PC. Specifically, Microsoft activates "Retpoline" and "Import Optimization". All you need to know is that your PC should get faster, and you do not even have to think about it. But here is a detailed document from Microsoft explaining how these optimizations work if you are interested in the details.
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. 7 GB of your PC's memory reserved for updates
Windows updates may not install properly if your PC does not have enough free hard disk space. This can be a problem on low-cost, low-memory devices.
Microsoft solves the problem by requesting about 7 GB of your PC's memory and converting it to "reserved memory". This disk space is used for Windows updates, but programs can also store temporary files here. When Windows needs space for updates, it deletes the temporary files and performs the update. This does not completely waste disk space, as files that would normally take up space on your computer are only stored in the reserved space.
The exact amount of disk space used depends on the optional features and languages that you have installed it starts at about 7 GB.
CONNECTED: Windows 10 will soon "reserve" 7 GB of your storage for updates
Users may now also suspend updates
Microsoft says it is possible to "[made] the simpler search for update function" by placing it directly on the main page Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update.
But that's not all. Microsoft has not officially announced this, but the Stop Updates feature now works on home editions of Windows 10. Home users can now pause updates for up to seven days. This is a great feature if you need a temporary update of updates. However, as in the Professional version of Windows 10, Windows Update immediately checks for updates and installs updates. Windows 10 Professional users can still suspend updates for up to 35 days.
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A Light Desktop Theme
Windows 10 now has a shiny new one light theme. The Start menu, Taskbar, Notifications, Action Center sidebar, Print dialog box, and other UI elements can now be bright and not dark. The latest update to Windows 10 even includes a new default desktop that complies with the new design.
Technically, Windows 10 now has two separate options: Windows Mode and App Mode. The old standard theme, which combines a dark taskbar (dark Windows mode) with bright apps (light app mode), is still an option. You can choose any combination of the two settings.
The File Explorer icon has been adapted to brighter colors and now looks better with the new light theme.
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Windows Sandbox for Professional Users
Windows 10 now has one integrated "Windows Sandbox". It's all we've ever wanted: a built-in, isolated desktop environment where you can run software in a container without affecting the host operating system. When you close the sandbox, all software and files in the sandbox are deleted. It uses hardware-based virtualization to confine the software to a container, just like Microsoft Hyper-V does.
The sandbox is only available in the Professional, Enterprise, and Education editions of Windows, so users need to upgrade from Home to Pro to install and use the sandbox.
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A less cluttered default startup menu
You can also remove the default tile groups faster if you want a cleaner startup menu. In Windows, you can now resolve groups of tiles by right-clicking on them and selecting "Remove grouping from startup". You no longer need to remove tiles one at a time.
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If you want to completely uninstall more built-in apps, you can do so now. With Windows 10 you can always have some built-in apps like Solitaire, Uninstall My Office and Skype, but now you can also uninstall built-in apps such as 3D Viewer, Groove Music, Mail, Paint 3D, etc.
This does not apply to all apps, there is still no way to use the Edge browser or However, you can remove most of the apps.
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Cortana and the search bar separate
Windows 10 has a search bar built into Cortana, but they separate. In the April 2019 update, the search bar acts as a normal search box, and the Windows taskbar has a separate Cortana icon. You can leave the search box in the system tray, hide the Cortana icon or hide the search box and leave Cortana. Of course, you can also hide both.
The search interface has a new startup theme and has options like "All," "Apps," "Documents," "E-mail," and "Web," after you click on it. This is different from earlier versions of Windows 10, where Cortana appeared whenever you clicked the box and waited for you to enter a search to see these options.
Unfortunately, the standard Windows search bar still integrates online search results with Bing it not only looks for your PC. There are other options as well – you can even disable SafeSearch for results in the search bar, and for some reason Windows will show you adult content previews.
However, this points to an interesting way forward and to a decline in the relevance of Cortana – now you can leave the search bar on the taskbar and disable the Cortana icon, which puts Alexa in its place.
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 The search box of the Start menu will be much more useful! The file search function in the Start menu can now be searched for anywhere on your PC using the Windows search index. In earlier versions of Windows 10, only libraries such as documents, downloads, music, pictures, videos, and your desktop were searched. The search is still done quickly thanks to the index. This is an elegant solution and makes a lot of sense. The Windows search index has been around for a long time and was always ignored by the Windows 10 Start menu for some reason, but Microsoft has finally seen the light. In the Settings app, you can configure which locations are indexed and searched. To enable this, go to Settings> Search> Browse Windows and select "Advanced (Recommended)" for the indexer to search your entire PC. The classic indexing mode, which searches only the libraries and the desktop, is still available as an option. You can also customize the search location to select the exact folders indexed by Windows. RELATED: The next version of Windows 10 will eventually log on to the Start Menu File Search Microsoft is tracking a "World Without Passwords". You can now create a Microsoft account without a password online. This account is linked to your phone number, and Microsoft sends you a security code each time you sign in. For the latest version of Windows 10, you can now log in to Windows 10 with these passwordless accounts and set a password PIN or other Windows Hello logon feature to back up your computer. The account has no password you ever need to enter. Of course this is not obligatory. It's just a new, optional account type you do not need to create. CONNECTED: Microsoft wants to kill passwords beginning with Windows 10
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 The search box of the Start menu will be much more useful! The file search function in the Start menu can now be searched for anywhere on your PC using the Windows search index. In earlier versions of Windows 10, only libraries such as documents, downloads, music, pictures, videos, and your desktop were searched. The search is still done quickly thanks to the index.
This is an elegant solution and makes a lot of sense. The Windows search index has been around for a long time and was always ignored by the Windows 10 Start menu for some reason, but Microsoft has finally seen the light. In the Settings app, you can configure which locations are indexed and searched.
To enable this, go to Settings> Search> Browse Windows and select "Advanced (Recommended)" for the indexer to search your entire PC. The classic indexing mode, which searches only the libraries and the desktop, is still available as an option. You can also customize the search location to select the exact folders indexed by Windows.
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Microsoft is tracking a "World Without Passwords". You can now create a Microsoft account without a password online. This account is linked to your phone number, and Microsoft sends you a security code each time you sign in.
For the latest version of Windows 10, you can now log in to Windows 10 with these passwordless accounts and set a password PIN or other Windows Hello logon feature to back up your computer. The account has no password you ever need to enter.
Of course this is not obligatory. It's just a new, optional account type you do not need to create.
CONNECTED: Microsoft wants to kill passwords beginning with Windows 10
Windows Update now has a notification icon (taskbar) for updates. You can go to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update> Advanced Options and enable the option "Display notification when your PC needs to be restarted to complete the upgrade" to enable it.
Windows will then be displayed Update the icon with an orange dot in the notification area of your taskbar if you need to restart your PC for updates. This is a nicer way to be alerted to a required restart than a full screen message. that's for sure.
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A new update naming scheme (for now)
Microsoft is constantly changing the naming scheme for Windows 10 Updates The October 2018 update of Windows 10 was called Redstone 5 during development, and the previous four were also "Redstone" versions with different numbers, to make it even easier, the April 2019 update was made referred to as 19H1, as it should appear in the first half of the year 2019.
That just sounds, with the exception that Microsoft's new name nsschema has already given up and is about to change The wording next time. Publications after 19H1 are reportedly codenamed "vanadium" and "vibranium" as the Windows 10 team aligns its naming with the Azure team.
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Zoom (and more) in the console
In the console Windows 10 you can now zoom in and out. Just hold down the Ctrl key and scroll with the mouse or trackpad. With the standard Consolas font, the text in the console scales well and does not appear pixelated, no matter how hard you zoom. The aspect ratio of the frame remains the same so that the text does not overflow into other lines.  There are also some new experimental console features that you can customize. Right-click the title bar of a console window, choose Properties, and then click the Terminal tab to find it. For example, you can configure the color and shape of the text input cursor.
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More automatic troubleshooting
Windows has had bug fixes for some time, but You needed to know what kind of problem your PC had and then navigate to the right troubleshooting. Now you can just navigate to Settings> Update & Security> Troubleshooting. A list of recommended solutions that Windows thinks they may be able to resolve is displayed.
In fact, Windows now automatically tries to fix some background issues. Microsoft says:
Microsoft can automatically fix certain critical issues on your Windows device to help ensure its smooth operation. For example, we can automatically restore the default settings for important services, adjust the feature settings to suit your hardware configuration, or make other specific changes necessary for the normal operation of Windows. Critical fix is automatic and can not be disabled.
Windows can also do the recommended fix in the background. To check if this happens, go to Settings> Privacy> Diagnostics & Feedback. Under Recommended troubleshooting, select "Ask before troubleshooting," "When troubleshooting," or "Troubleshoot without asking, By default, Windows 10 is set to queries."
Notifications hidden in full-screen apps
With the next Windows 10 update, you can also hide notifications while watching videos or using other full-screen apps thanks to an enhancement in Focus Assist. Focus Assist can already hide notifications when You can play a full-screen game, but now it can work when you use an app, which is a video player, a full-screen spreadsheet, or a web browser after you press F11.  RELATED: Next update from Windows 10 obscures notifications while watching videos
Improvements to Notepad, once again
Yes, Microsoft is still working in Notepad – even after all the improvements in the October 2018 update.
Microsoft has also made changes to the way Notepad handles encodings. The status bar now shows the encoding of the open document. Notepad can now save files in UTF-8 format without a Byte Order Mark (now the default). This makes Notepad better compatible with the Internet, with UTF-8 being the default, and backward compatible with traditional ASCII.
The editor now has an asterisk in the title bar if the current file has been modified and not saved. For example, if you work on a file called "Example.txt" and make changes, the title bar will show "* Example.txt" until you save the file.
New shortcuts are also available. Press Ctrl + Shift + N to open a new Notepad window, Ctrl + Shift + S to open the Save As dialog box, or Ctrl + W to close the current Notepad window. Notepad can now also save files with a path longer than 260 characters if you set a larger MAX_PATH in your system.
There is also a new Help> Send Feedback option that opens the Feedback Hub in the Notepad category so you can give feedback to Microsoft.
Other enhancements and changes
At the top of the Settings home page, a banner appears with your Microsoft account and shortcuts to common tasks like your phone, Windows Update, and Microsoft Rewards for some reason.
The official release of Emoji 12 will be released in March 2019, and Microsoft has added new Emoji to Windows 10 in preparation. As always, you can press Windows +. (Dot) to open the Emoji panel anywhere in Windows 10. They are also available on the touch keyboard.
Windows 10 now supports Kaomoji in the Emoji Picker as well. Kaomoji is a Japanese term translated into "facial marks". For example, (╯ ° □ °) ╯( a is a popular kaomoji.
When you open the Emoji panel, you can now move and move it by clicking or touching.
File Explorer now displays "Dates" by default. Instead of dates such as "1/23/2019", dates such as "Yesterday", "Tuesday", "11. January "and" 16. February 2016 ".
You can rightfully disable this – In the File Explorer window, click the top of the columns and deselect Use Dates. This restores the old format.
The "Memory Settings" page has also been slightly redesigned. Go to Settings> System> Memory to see a breakdown of disk space usage. You can click on each category to find actions that can free up space.
The Settings> Time & Language> Date & Time screen receives a "Sync Now". Button to synchronize your watch immediately with an Internet time server. It also shows you when the time was last synced and the address of the current Internet time server on your system. This is useful if your time is wrong for some reason, such as when Windows does not properly change your clock for DST.
The Settings app can now configure advanced IP settings for Ethernet connections. For example, you can configure a static IP address or set your preferred DNS server. Previously this was required via the system control. Go to Settings> Network & Internet> Ethernet, click the name of your Ethernet connection and under IP settings, click "Edit" to find these options "Active hours" since the anniversary update. You can tell Windows when you use your PC, and it will not automatically restart your PC during those hours.
In the April 2019 update, you can enable a new option "Automatically activates the active hours for this device by activity" and Windows will automatically set your active hours so that you do not have to think about it, this option is under Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update> Change Active Hours Available.
There is now a new spherical icon that will be displayed if your PC does not have an Internet connection individual icons for Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and cellular data connections.
Windows now has a microphone status icon as well an application uses your microphone, you can hover over it to see which application your microphone is using n Click here to open the Settings> Privacy> Microphone screen.
The Windows Security application – the integrated Windows 10 anti-virus and security application – now has a redesigned "protection history". Field. It shows you more information about detected threats and available actions. For example, in addition to threats detected by the Windows Defender antivirus program, blocks initiated by controlled folder access are also displayed.
Windows Security now has new Tamper Protection. " When this setting is enabled, important security settings are protected. For example, if you do not open the app and make the changes, it restricts changes to many of the options controlled by the Windows Security app. This prevents programs from changing them in the background. To enable this setting, go to Windows Security> Virus and Threat Protection> Virus and Threat Protection Settings.
menu You can set a default tab of Task Manager. This tab is always opened when you start Task Manager. To do this, use the options> Set default tab in Task Manager.
The Task Manager now displays the high DPI attention of the processes on your system, so you can find out more about which applications with high DPI resolution displays are working properly. To find this option, open the Task Manager, click the Details tab, right-click the headings at the top of the list, click Select Columns, and select the option from the list. DPI Awareness "and click" OK ".  By default, Microsoft also enables the "Fix Scaling for Apps" option. This helps to eliminate blurry applications on displays with high DPI resolution. This was added to Windows 10 in the April 2018 update, but Microsoft left it off by default to be conservative.
The login screen now has an "acrylic" background that fits into the new "Fluent Design System" from Microsoft. Previously, the effect was rather blurry – it's a different visual effect.
When we talk about Fluent Design, Microsoft adds shadow to the context menus of Microsoft Edge and other parts of the operating system.
The start menu theme has also changed a bit. It has more "Fluent Design" surfaces and icons in the menus. For example, the sleep, shutdown, and restart options in the menu now have icons.
The Windows Hello options under Settings> Accounts> Sign. in options have been redesigned. All available login options are now in a single list, and there is an explanation for each option.
You can now also set up Windows Hello to work with a physical security key (such as a YubiKey) directly from the Settings app
The Brightness Range Among the quick actions in Action Center is now a slider that makes it much easier to quickly change the brightness of the screen. You can now right-click on a Quick Action tile and select "Edit Quick Actions" to edit the tiles directly from the sidebar without opening the Settings app.
You can now enter further symbols with the touch keyboard. To find them, tap the old "& 123" button to display symbols and numbers. Then tap the new "Ω" button to display more icons. These symbols are also integrated in the emoji picker.
The same touch keyboard now helps you tap by dynamically adjusting the targets around each key. So if you often misspell a letter by tapping a little left or right, it will learn. This happens invisibly under the hood.
In Windows, you can now select the color and size of a cursor. You can zoom in on the cursor and change its color to see it better. Go to Settings> Easy Access> Cursor and Pointer to see the available options.
There are always a lot of new changes in these Windows 10 builds. That too is not a complete list! But here are a few more:
- App Updates : Various apps included with Windows have been updated as usual. For example, the Snip & Sketch app offers more options for working with screenshots, including the ability to add a border and print them. It is now possible to record delayed screenshots on a timer and screenshots of individual windows. Sticky Notes 3.0 is available and eventually your notes are synced between computers. The Mail & Calendar app now has a navigation button to open Microsoft To-Do. The Game Bar has a built-in gallery where you can view screenshots and videos directly from the Game Bar interface. The Office app has been redesigned to be based on the new Office.com experience. It helps you launch Office apps on your computer, install others, and find recently used Office documents.
- Cortana + Microsoft To Do : Cortana adds your reminders and tasks to Microsoft To-Do lists. So, if you tell Cortana that you want to add milk to your grocery list, Milk's To-Do app will display Milk in the Grocery list.
- Consistent display brightness : The brightness of your display does not change automatically when you connect it to a charger. Zuvor haben Sie möglicherweise die Helligkeit Ihres Bildschirms verringert, und es kann heller werden, wenn Sie ihn einstecken. Jetzt wird er sich automatisch an Ihre bevorzugte Helligkeit erinnern – selbst wenn Sie ihn anschließen.
- Herunterladen der Ordnersortierung : Windows 10 Der Ordner "Downloads" wird standardmäßig nach dem "neuesten" sortiert, wodurch die zuletzt heruntergeladenen Ordner im Vordergrund stehen. Dies war immer eine Option, aber es war nicht die Standardeinstellung. Wenn Sie eine Standardsortiermethode ausgewählt haben, wird Ihre vorhandene Einstellung nicht geändert.
- Warnung zur Datenträgerbereinigung : Das Tool "Datenträgerbereinigung" zeigt jetzt eine Warnung an, wenn Sie auf die Option "Downloads" klicken Ihr persönlicher Download-Ordner und alle darin enthaltenen Dateien werden entfernt.
- Windows Update Reboots : Windows Update kann Ihren PC sofort nach der Installation von Updates neu starten, anstatt auf eine günstigere Zeit zu warten. Dies ist eine optionale Einstellung, die Sie aktivieren können, wenn Sie möchten, und Windows Update ist standardmäßig rücksichtsvoller.
- Verbesserungen der Zuverlässigkeit des Startmenüs: Das Startmenü wird zuverlässiger. Start war zuvor Teil des Prozesses ShellExperienceHost.exe, ist jedoch jetzt ein eigener Prozess: StartMenuExperienceHost.exe. Wenn ein Problem mit dem Hauptprozess ShellExperienceHost.exe auftritt, sollte das Startmenü weiterhin reagieren. Dies erleichtert auch das Debuggen von Problemen mit dem Startmenü für Microsoft.
- Native RAW-Unterstützung : Microsoft fügt Windows 10 native Unterstützung für das RAW-Bildformat hinzu, das häufig von professionellen Fotografen verwendet wird. Öffnen Sie den Microsoft Store und Installieren Sie das "Raw Image Extension" -Paket, um es verwenden zu können. Dadurch werden Miniaturbilder, Vorschauen und Metadaten von RAW-Dateien im Datei-Explorer aktiviert. Sie können RAW-Bilder auch in Apps wie Fotos anzeigen, nachdem Sie das Paket installiert haben.
- Schriftverwaltung in Einstellungen : Die Schriftverwaltung wurde verbessert. Sie können jetzt Zeichensatzdateien per Drag & Drop auf die Seite Einstellungen> Schriftarten ziehen, um sie zu installieren. Sie können auf dieser Seite auf eine Schriftart klicken, um deren Schriftart und Details anzuzeigen oder eine Schriftart von hier aus zu deinstallieren. (Dadurch wird die Schriftart für einen einzelnen Benutzer installiert. Klicken Sie für eine systemweite Installation mit der rechten Maustaste auf eine Schriftartdatei und wählen Sie „Für alle Benutzer installieren“.)
- Neugestaltung der Zwischenablage : Der Viewer der Zwischenablage wurde wieder hinzugefügt Im Oktober 2018 hat das Update ein neues, kompakteres Design. Drücken Sie Windows + V., um es zu öffnen.
- Optimierte PIN-Zurücksetzung : Wenn Sie sich mit einer PIN bei Windows 10 anmelden, können Sie auf den Link "Ich habe meine PIN" klicken. Eine neue, optimierte Benutzeroberfläche wird angezeigt Zurücksetzen der PIN direkt vom Begrüßungsbildschirm aus.
- Farben in den Sprunglisten der Taskleiste : Wenn Sie Windows unter Start> Einstellungen> Personalisierung> Farben die Akzentfarbe in der Taskleiste anzeigen lassen, werden die Sprunglisten angezeigt, die nach rechts angezeigt werden – Klicken Sie auf ein Symbol in der Taskleiste, um die gewünschte Farbe festzulegen.
- Windows-Subsystem für Linux : Das wsl-Befehlszeilentool für Windows Subsystem für Linux verfügt jetzt über neue Optionen, darunter
- exportOptionen zum Importieren und Exportieren von Linux-Distributionen mithilfe von tar-Archivdateien. Microsoft konsolidiert auch die Dinge – der Befehl
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- Erhöhung des FLS-Slot-Limits : Microsoft hat das FLS-Slot-Zuweisungslimit für FLS (Fiber Local Storage) von Windows 10 erhöht. Dies ist besonders nützlich für Musiker, die mehr einzigartige Plugins in ihre DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) laden können. Dies wird auch für andere Anwendungen hilfreich sein, die Hunderte oder Tausende von eindeutigen DLL-Dateien laden möchten.
- Narrator Improvements : Der Sprecher verfügt über eine Funktion "Satzweise lesen", mit der Sie die aktuellen, nächsten und vorherigen Sätze lesen können. The Narrator funktioniert auch besser mit Google Chrome – was sinnvoll ist, da Microsoft Edge eines Tages auf Chromium, der Open-Source-Software, die die Basis für Google Chrome bildet, basieren wird. Der Sprecher wird Sie sogar warnen, wenn die Feststelltaste aktiviert ist, wenn Sie mit der Eingabe beginnen. Es gibt auch eine neue Benutzeroberfläche "Narrator Home", die immer dann angezeigt wird, wenn Sie Narrator aktivieren.
- Reset This PC Redesign : Die Benutzeroberfläche "Reset This PC", die Ihren PC in seinen ursprünglichen Zustand zurücksetzt, wurde etwas überarbeitet Jetzt sind weniger Klicks erforderlich.
- Umgestaltung der Insider-Einstellungen : Die Windows-Insider-Einstellungen unter Einstellungen> Update & Sicherheit> Windows Insider-Programm wurden ebenfalls vereinfacht und vereinfacht, aber es sind immer noch dieselben Optionen vorhanden.  Der Ton im Benachrichtigungsbereich bleibt gleich : In früheren Insider-Builds von 19H1 experimentierte Microsoft mit der Erstellung der Sound-Symbol-Taskleiste in der Einstellungs-App. This change has been reverted, and the option in the volume icon’s context menu will now open the classic desktop volume mixer window.
- My People: Microsoft may kill Windows 10’s “My People” feature at some point, but this hasn’t been officially confirmed.
Other new features include support for additional languages throughout the operating system. For example, SwiftKey’s typing intelligence now supports languages like English (Canada), French (Canada), Portuguese (Portugal), and Spanish (United States). If you write in Vietnamese, the touch keyboard now supports Vietnamese Telex and Number-key based (VNI) keyboards. Windows now also contains an Ebrima font that supports ADLaM documents and web pages, which is the language of the Fulani people, who predominantly live in West Africa.