For Windows Insider users of the Fast channel, Microsoft today released an update to Windows 10 Build 19536. In this release update, the optional drivers are mainly adjusted and the enhanced Korean input method has been republished to optimize the Family group settings.
Update s10 Build 19536
Optional driver updates
Microsoft remains committed to providing users with all available optional updates( including drivers, feature updates, and monthly non-security quality updates). When optional updates are detected, they appear under Settings, Update and Security, Windows Update, and View Optional Updates.
For drivers, you no longer need to browse Device Manager to find the specific device you want to update. Windows Update automatically keeps your drivers up-to-date, but if users are having problems with each other, they can choose one of the optional drivers.
Republish the upgraded Korean input method
During the development of Windows 10 19H1, Microsoft upgraded the Korean input method while improving the typing experience in Windows systems. Based on user feedback, Microsoft decided not to release with the 19H1, but to continue polishing. In the Build 19528 update, Microsoft re-released the upgraded input method to make it work better with a variety of applications.
The most obvious improvement in this update
For those familiar with Korean input, Microsoft will provide a new candidate window with modern controls and clearer fonts when using Hanja for input:
The new input method optimizes the algorithm for text prediction when writing Korean using a touch keyboard. Text suggestions should now be more accurate and relevant to what you’re writing.
Family group settings
Microsoft has a number of home features across platforms such as Windows, Xbox and Android. On Windows systems, you can make various settings for your family, such as screen time limits, content filters, asking kids before they buy, and even keeping your life organized by sharing family calendars, OneNote and Office 365 Home subscriptions. If you share your device with your family, taking advantage of these features makes it easy to set up their accounts in your family group.
In this update, Microsoft wants to help customers set up their devices for use by multiple people in their homes. Although Microsoft does not release ISO for this release, some Insider people who choose to reset their PC may see a screen during installation asking who can use the device. If they choose People in My Family, we’ll help them set up in their home group after they get into the desktop so they can start using all the features.
You Phone App Improvements
The photo feature has been enhanced so that users can view and interact with the recent 2000 photos. Microsoft can now handle a large number of photos on the phone’s side. Until then, You Phone users can only access the last 25 photos.
In addition, with your Phone Photos, users don’t need to send and receive photos by sending emails to their accounts. Just take a photo and see it right away on the PC side. When you need to add the latest images to your e-mail, paper, or presentation, just drag and drop. You can also easily share it with family or friends, or right-click on the image to save it directly to your PC.
Photo Feature Requirements
Any Android phone that runs Android 7.0 and later
Run A PC with the Windows 10 April 2018 update or later
If the Photos selector in Messages appears blank, navigate to Photos on the left, and then click Refresh. Your photos should now appear in the Photos selector.
This feature will be rolled out to Windows Insiders on Windows 10 May 2019 Update or later, so it may take several days in your Phone app to use it. Make sure you have the latest versions of Your Phone Companion and Your Phone to experience this feature.
Phone Screen features support stylus input
The Phone Screen feature has been further optimized. In addition to supporting keyboard, mouse, and touch, users can use a compatible stylus to enter on any Touch-enabled Windows 10 device and interact with the mobile phone mobile app in a Phone Screen session.
Use pressure-sensing-enabled apps to draw and write with the pressure-sensing function of your pen just like using your phone’s stylus. You can also hover over the button and distinguish the touch of a pen and finger. This feature is available for Windows 10 Preview on Windows 10 October 2018 Update or later, and requires a Phone Screen-compatible device.
You Phone app version at 1.19102.500.0 and higher
Phone screen compatible devices
Calls – now open to all users
Microsoft today announced that the mobile phone call feature will be officially launched, meaning users can answer and make calls directly on the PC side, after allowing the PC side to control the phone’ side.
The Windows Insider team wrote in a tweet today: “Thank you very much for the feedback and support from members of the Windows Insider project over the past few months. Today we’re excited to announce that your Phone’s call feature is on the line, allowing you to make calls on the PC side. Installation address: aka.ms/YourPhone”
Similar to the Skype service, the YouPhone app allows users to use desktop microphones and speakers to make calls on Android devices, and here are the main features of Windows 10 phone support:
The Phone app will display the phone dialer and contact list so that you can make a call from your PC.
You can answer and reject calls on your PC.
If you refuse to call, you can also choose to preset a custom text message in advance, or even use the voicemail feature.
You can also access the most recent call history and seamlessly transfer calls between the two devices.
The You Phone app requires a voice connection using the Bluetooth Radio feature on your PC device and installs it on both devices. You need to install two apps
Install Your Phone on your PC (Windows 10 Build 18362.356 and later)
Install Your Phone Companion on Android (Android 7.0 and later required)
General adjustments, improvements and fixes
Whether you want to increase productivity, reduce stress levels, or free up some mental space, Microsoft To Do can easily plan your day and manage your life. If you’re opening To Do for the first time, you may notice some new UI to help ensure that you have the latest version of your to-do sq. installed. You’ll only see this message the first time you open the application, and users who already have To Do will not see this step at all.
Windows RE (Recovery Environment) no longer needs an administrator password to access the recovery tool
Microsoft has updated the new File Explorer search experience so that you can delete previous searches by right-clicking the options in the drop-down menu.
Microsoft fixed an issue that caused the first character of the query to be removed when the Auto-Type in search box file explorer setting was enabled.
Microsoft fixed a problem that when an installed game is updated through the store, it may cause an unexpected need to re-download the entire game.
Microsoft fixed an issue that could cause task manager icons not to appear in the notification area of the taskbar, even if they were enabled in Settings.
Microsoft fixed an issue that could cause The Resource Manager to get stuck and not display any disk activity.
Microsoft fixed an issue with the Vietnamese Telex keyboard, where Ctrl and A will stop working when you enter capital letters in some applications.
Microsoft fixed a problem where creating a new storage pool in the UI fails with incorrect parameters.
Microsoft fixed an issue where any further adjustments from the bottom are invalid after dragging the bottom of the UWP app up to resize it.
With this release, users who previously used HomeGroup will no longer see upgrade notifications about their deprecation.
Microsoft fixed the typos in the text under “Settings”; “Search” and “Search Window”.
Microsoft is working to add the Download Folder to the Privacy Settings option, which you’ll see on today’s flight. More details will be shared at a later time.
Microsoft fixed a problem where narrator announces that language features can be downloaded when you navigate to each language option under Language Settings if your device is offline.
Microsoft fixed a problem where when you hover over truncated text with an ellipsis, the full text may not appear or the tool tip.
Microsoft will remove the separate Hotspot 2.0 settings under Wi-Fi. This setting is available while this feature is still experimental, and enabling this feature is now part of Wi-Fi enabled.
Microsoft fixed an issue that could cause the Bluetooth battery to get stuck in the Settings, reducing accuracy.
Fixes an issue where Windows Update may still list older version numbers under Update History if you roll back the version you are using.
Because of the adjustments made in the operating system by some Preview Insider versions and some BattlEye anti-cheat software versions, BattlEye and Microsoft found incompatibilities. To protect insiders who may have installed these versions on their PCs, Microsoft has applied compatibility reservations to these devices to prevent affected versions of Windows Insider Preview. For more information, see this article.
Microsoft reports that the update process was suspended for a long time when a new version is installed.
Microsoft is investigating reports that some external USB 3.0 drives did not respond to Start Code 10 after connecting.
Microsoft has received a report about the Optimize Drives application and incorrectly reported that the optimization is not running on the SSD device.
A damaged icon (just a rectangle) is displayed in the documentation section of Privacy.