Today Microsoft have released two version of Windows 10 19H2 for Windows Insiders. Microsoft are releasing 19H2 Build 18362.10012 and Build 18362.10013 and the build you get depends on which build you are currently on.
IF you are on 19H2 Build 18362.10005 – you will receive Build 18362.10012 today with features turned OFF by default. This includes the below mentioned features as well as the features from the previous release.
IF you are on 19H2 Build 18362.10006 – you will receive Build 18362.10013 with features turned ON by default.
So if you get 18362.10006 you will have the new quick create feature in the calendar flyout:
You can now quickly create an event straight from the Calendar flyout on the Taskbar. Just click on the date and time at the lower right corner of the Taskbar to open the Calendar flyout and pick your desired date and start typing in the text box – you’ll now see inline options to set a time and location.
Here are the other changes to the build:
The navigation pane on the Start menu now expands when you hover over it with your mouse to better inform where clicking goes.
We have added friendly images to show what is meant by “banner” and “Action Center” when adjusting the notifications on apps in order to make these settings more approachable and understandable.
Notifications settings under Settings > System > Notifications will now default to sorting notification senders by most recently shown notification, rather than sender name. This makes it easier to find and configure frequent and recent senders. We have also added a setting to turn off playing sound when notifications appear.
We now show the options to configure and turn off notifications from an app/website right on the notification, both as a banner and in Action Center.
We have added a “Manage notifications” button to the top of Action Center that launches the main “Notifications & actions” Settings page.
We have added additional debugging capabilities for newer Intel processors. This is only relevant for hardware manufacturers.
We have made general battery life and power efficiency improvements for PCs with certain processors.
A CPU may have multiple “favored” cores (logical processors of the highest available scheduling class). To provide better performance and reliability, we have implemented a rotation policy that distributes work more fairly among these favored cores.
Window 10 19H2 is due to ship later this year.