With the Windows 10 May 2019 update still rolling out on eligible PCs, Microsoft began discussing a beta build for the next feature update. In other words, Microsoft has just announced Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18362.10000. The next feature of Windows 10 is the codename 19H2 of the update, and looking at things, it will be a relatively small update. It will focus on improving features and light enhancements in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (19H1).
For those of you interested in testing the new beta build, you can sign up here from a Windows 10 insider and then go to the Windows Update section of Settings to make sure you’re in the slow ring. “The 19H2 will be distributed to insiders in slow rings through the service as a growing update and not a complete build update,” Microsoft wrote in its blog post, noting that the 19H2 will focus less on new features.
In another blog post, John Cable, director of program management for Windows servicing and delivery, talks more about what will be in the next Windows 10 feature update. He described the 19H2 as “a scoped set of features for selected performance improvements, enterprise features and quality enhancement”. According to him, Microsoft will hire a new delivery fashion for this update. It will use one that is “less disruptive” and faster in terms of rollout speed.
Microsoft has recently started launching Windows 10 May 2019 update on eligible Windows 10 PCs. The much awaited update brings a number of new features and enhancements, including new emoji, Windows Sandbox, RAW image support, a new Lite theme, improved font management, refreshed reset PC UI, and Windows subsystem improvements for the Linux command line tool. . You can read more about the update here.