Windows 10 Build 19592, designed for members of the Windows Insider program. Full build number: 19592.1001.rs_prerelease.200321-1719.
New in Windows 10 build 19592
New tablet mode for 2-in-1 devices
Microsoft is starting to introduce new features for Windows 10-based 2-in-1 transformers as a preliminary feature available to Windows Insiders members.
Updating the Windows 10 interface allows users who switch to Tablet Mode to remain on their usual desktop continuously, and also provides several key improvements for touch screens:
The distance between the icons on the taskbar has increased.
The search field on the taskbar collapses into an icon.
File Explorer switches to a layout optimized for touch screens.
The touch keyboard is called automatically when you click on text fields.
The developers also made some small changes in the Settings > System > Tablet mode.
Currently, while developers are evaluating the quality of the changes, these improvements are available only for some insiders who have never disconnected their keyboard, or who have the option When the device automatically turns tablet mode on or off set to Do not ask permission and don’t switch.
This feature was previously deployed as an experiment for insiders in build 20H1 Build 18970, which ended in Build 19013. After some improvements, the developers again added a new Tablet Mode for insiders and plan to implement these changes in a future update to Windows 10 features.
Changes and Improvements
The Windows 10 search platform has improved indexing logic to find the best time to index your files and avoid intensive indexing while using your computer. Also, an improvement has been made to limit the indexing of content that does not affect the operation of the search.
Addressed issue where ARM devices received an error while updating.
Fixed a problem that could lead to the fact that the “Advanced Features” page in the Options turned out to be blank.
An issue has been fixed that caused the process to stop at 84.9% when starting the Deployment and Servicing Image Management System (DISM).
The problem is fixed, after which after the installation of the update was completed and the device rebooted successfully, the “Shutdown” button in the “Start” menu still displayed “Update and shut down”, as well as “Update and reboot”.
Fixed a problem that could lead to the failure of Windows updates with error 0x80070003.
The problem that sometimes caused the Settings application to crash when pausing updates or the problem of loading the Windows Update settings page was fixed.
The bug of the previous assembly was fixed, due to which additional lines appeared in the task list on the taskbar.
Fixed a problem that led to the appearance of a black window when other users could see only the mouse when sharing the same application using Microsoft Teams.
BattlEye and Microsoft have discovered incompatibility issues between some Insider Preview builds and certain versions of the BattlEye anti-cheat code. To protect insiders who may have these versions installed, they will be limited to upgrading to some Windows Insider Preview builds.
Narrator and NVDA users may experience some difficulty navigating and reading certain web content when using the latest version of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium. Narrator, NVDA, and Edge development teams are aware of these issues. Users of the classic version of Microsoft Edge do not experience these difficulties. NVAccess has released a new version of NVDA 2019.3, which solves known issues with Edge.
The problem reports with the update process that has been hanging for a long period of time when trying to install a new assembly are examined.
Some devices may encounter an error and a green screen (GSOD) during reboot to install this update. If this happens, log in, schedule the time to install the update, and then log out of all user profiles before the scheduled installation. Installation will continue as expected.
The “Documents” section in the Privacy section has an incorrect icon (just a rectangle).
When trying to use the Win + PrtScn combination to capture a screenshot, the image is not saved in the screenshot directory. At the moment, you need to use one of the other options for taking screenshots, for example, a combination of WIN + Shift + S.
We are investigating reports that Sticky Notes windows cannot be moved to the desktop. As a workaround, when you set focus on Sticky Notes, press Alt + Space. This will bring up a menu that contains the navigation options. Select it, and then you can use the arrow keys or the mouse to move the window.
Some insiders receive driver compatibility warnings when they try to upgrade to a newer build in certain virtual environments.