Microsoft released the Windows 10 20H1 preview build “Build 19041.1” for “Windows Insider” “Slow” and “Fast” ring testers on December 10th.
Since the upcoming large-scale update is coming soon next spring, it is unlikely that new features will be announced, and the company continues to publish 20H1 builds without major changes to Slow and Fast testers.
The company announced that it will not add new functions in another preview build [Build 19035] announced on the 4th, and will not distribute "Notepad" that can be updated via the "Microsoft Store".
In this preview build, the company expanded the service area for “Quick Search” provided on the search home screen. This feature is intended for quick web searches.
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限定 Tested in the US for a limited time since November, users in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Spain, and the UK are also available.
In the US-only trial, the search home screen will display “weather”, “top news”, “what day is today”, “new movie”Added 4 buttons for quick web search. According to Microsoft, two to four of these four buttons are displayed depending on the country.
To use, click the search box on the taskbar or press “Windows key + S” to open Search Home.
∙ Since this function is provided by a change on the server side, users from "Windows 10 version 1809" to 20H1 can use it in the target area.
Microsoft has fixed 4 bugs in this build. One of them is that when an Insider user tries to upgrade to a new build, a rollback occurs [error code 0xc1900101].
Also addressed a crash that occurred when trying to log in to another account from the device. In addition, the Japanese IME bug in some "Office" apps and the problem of high CPU usage when the Win32 app was idled after opening the "Common File Dialog" were fixed.
This article is from overseas CBS InteractivearticleEdited by Asahi Interactive for Japan.