Microsoft is releasing today a cumulative update for the Windows 10 20H1 build 18965 that shipped to Fast Ring Insiders yesterday. This includes no new features as the purpose of this release is to test the company's servicing pipeline.
Microsoft has just announced the release of the Windows 10 20H1 build 18965 for Fast Ring Insiders, and this is a minor update that introduces a new app restart setting that will give users more control over restarting apps at sign-in.
Microsoft is planning to bring and make Notepad as a store-updatable app on Windows 10. This will come as a massive change, and will finally un-bundle the popular text editor from the operating system, allowing for more frequent updates.
This new build introduces a redesigned Network Status page in Settings, and Microsoft is also starting to roll out the new Always on Top mode for the Windows 10 Calculator app that was teased a couple of days ago.
This new build is a minor update overall, but the most interesting bit from the release notes is that Microsoft confirmed that it will soon be possible to reinstall Windows 10 from the cloud, though the feature isn’t live yet in the build 18950.
The Windows 10 20H1 build 18941 is a minor release that only brings an updated version of the Korean IME as well as some bug fixes, but Microsoft is also warning Insiders that this new build may fail to install in certain circumstances,
This new build brings four new features including Windows Subsystem for Linux 2, a new architecture that should provide the same experience as WSL 1 but with much faster performance and full system compatibility.