Ahead of its 2019 update in April, Microsoft has released a Windows 10 preview that contains six different bug fixes.
This latest update advances the operating systems from build 18356 to build 18357. Both builds originate from the 19H1 branch and represent the update for Windows 10 soon to be available to the public in April.
Windows 10 is updated with additional features regularly, as it is currently being developed on a service basis. To date, Microsoft has issued six considerable updates, the most recent of which until now was the October 2018 Update. The other five updates include the November Update and Anniversary Update, followed by the Creators Update and Fall Creators Update, and finally the April 2018 Update.
It is not known as yet if this most recent update to Windows 10 will be assigned the title of the April 2019 Update, but it will be version 1903 of Windows 10.
A new tool for users
This latest version of Windows 10 supplies users with an additional tool for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, Windows Defender Application Guard extensions. On opening a website, this extension will now check its URL against an index of sites defined as trusted by company administrators. Should the visited site be defined as untrusted, users will be redirected to an Edge session, where in isolation they can visit any site freely and safely despite being unconfirmed as trusted by your company. Visiting a site that is trusted from the isolation of an Edge session will return the user to their original default browser.
Reported issues and bug fixes
The following are some of the issues reported for 19H1 build:
Below are the six bug fixes and improvements that have been implemented in the 19H1 build:
If you have concerns about reported issues with Microsoft Windows 10, or how the latest update in April will affect your company, contact us here at WM Reply today.