A new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19608 build is now available for Windows 10 Insider members. Full build number: 19608.1000.rs_prerelease.200410-1438.
New in Windows 10 build 19608
Improving the default Applications section
In the Settings > Applications > Applications menu, by default, the ability to search the lists of file extensions, protocols and applications for the corresponding sections is added:
“Selecting standard applications for file types”
“Choosing Standard Protocol Applications”
“Set default value by application”
This change is currently available to 50% of insiders on the Early Access channel so that Microsoft developers can evaluate the quality of the innovation.
Other insider changes
File transfer (drag and drop) between computer and smartphone
The Your Phone application received support for dragging and dropping files (drag and drop) from a Windows 10 computer onto an Android smartphone, and vice versa. File transfer over the air only works for Samsung devices with the built-in Windows Connect feature.
Improvements to the interface of the “Your Phone” application
Insiders of Windows 10 on the Late and Early Access update channels received small changes in the “Your Phone” application: a new button for creating messages appeared, and the dark mode of the application became a little lighter.
Fixed an issue that prevented Sticky Notes windows from being moved.
Fixed the problem of the previous assembly, due to which language packs could not be installed.
Fixed an issue that caused the incorrect Microsoft Edge Canary browser icon to appear in the task manager.
The problem is fixed, due to which the “Sketch on a screen fragment” application was launched in the background, and not in the foreground (on top of all windows) when the application was called up by tapping with a pen.
Fixed an issue where the use of the arrow keys in the volume drop-down menu on the taskbar controlled opposite values in Arabic, which did not correspond to the direction in which it was used in other slider controls.
Improved performance when loading the Windows Update history page.