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Windows 10 19H1 (Redstone 6) Builds Changelog

Windows 10 19H1 (Redstone 6) Builds Changelog

UPDATED on Nov 14, 2018: Addition of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18282.

Microsoft has released Windows 10 October 2018 Update (Version 1809) to public and now the company has started focusing on the next Windows 10 feature update which is codenamed as 19H1 at the moment. It’ll be released to public next year, most probably in March or April.

In this article, we’ll list all changes, improvements and new features found in newer 19H1 builds. It’ll help you in understanding what changes and new features will become a part of the upcoming version of Windows 10 operating system.

Previous changelog: Windows 10 October 2018 Update (Version 1809) Changelog

So let’s start the changelog of Windows 10 19H1 builds:

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18204 Changelog:

Build 18204 was the 1st Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on July 25, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Improvements to Windows Mixed Reality
  • Improvements to Microsoft Edge web browser
  • New emojis
  • Time Accuracy and Traceability improvements
  • Improved Kiosk Setup Experience
  • Improvements to Windows Update
  • Improvements to Game Bar
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18214 Changelog:

Build 18214 was the 2nd Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on August 10, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Your Phone app is now live
  • Faster Safer Internet with HTTP/2 and CUBIC
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18219 Changelog:

Build 18219 was the 3rd Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on August 16, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Improvements to Narrator
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18234 Changelog:

Build 18234 was the 4th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on September 06, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Microsoft To-Do gets ink support
  • Sticky Notes 3.0
  • Improvements to Snip & Sketch
  • XAML shadows feature removed
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18237 Changelog:

Build 18237 was the 5th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on September 12, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Addition of acrylic to Windows sign-in (login) screen
  • A new group policy for preventing the use of security questions for local accounts. This can be found under Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Credential User Interface
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18242 Changelog:

Build 18242 was the 6th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on September 18, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • The Emoji Panel is now draggable if you would like to move it to a different position.
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18247 Changelog:

Build 18247 was the 7th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on September 26, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18252 Changelog:

Build 18252 was the 8th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on October 03, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Now you can configure advanced Ethernet IP settings using Settings app
  • New icon for disconnected Internet in Taskbar notification area
  • Addition of microphone icon in the system tray which appears when your microphone is in use
  • Pressing F4 in Registry Editor will now place the caret at the end of the address bar, expanding the autocomplete drop-down
  • The corresponding Ethernet adapter name will now be listed in the sidebar under the “Ethernet” header so you can easily differentiate Ethernet entries at a glace if there’s more than one
  • Ebrima font addition with ADLaM support
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18262 Changelog:

Build 18262 was the 9th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on October 17, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Now users can enable a new column “DPI Awareness” in “Details” tab of Task Manager to know which running apps are DPI aware.
  • Some more preinstalled apps can now be uninstalled via the context menu on the Start Menu All Apps list. These apps are 3D Viewer (previously called Mixed Reality Viewer), Calculator, Calendar, Groove Music, Mail, Movies & TV, Paint 3D, Snip & Sketch, Sticky Notes and Voice Recorder.
  • New recommended troubleshooting setting under Settings -> Update & Security -> Troubleshoot page. This feature uses diagnostic data you send to deliver a tailored set of fixes matching problems Windows detects on your device and will automatically apply them to your PC.
  • Improvements to Narrator
  • When adding a new language in Settings, Windows now offers separate options for installing the language pack and setting the language as the Windows display language. Windows also shows separate options for installing the Speech recognition and Text-to-speech features, when these features are available for the language.
  • Printers & Scanners page has been updated in Settings to now include a link straight to the troubleshooter in case you need it.
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18267 Changelog:

Build 18267 was the 10th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on October 24, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Input improvements
  • Accessibility improvements
  • New “Enhanced Mode” for Search Indexer under “Settings -> Cortana -> Searching Windows” page
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18272 Changelog:

Build 18272 was the 11th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on October 31, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Redesigned “Accounts -> Sign-in Options” page in Settings app
  • If you right-click on a group name or tile folder in Start, you will now have an option to unpin it
  • Ctrl+Mouse Wheel Scroll to zoom in text is now supported in Command Prompt, PowerShell and WSL
  • When using dark theme (Settings -> Personalization -> Colors), the scrollbars in Command Prompt, PowerShell and WSL will now become dark too
  • The options to change default app mode and enable/disable transparency have moved to the top of “Settings -> Personalization -> Colors” page
  • Input improvements
  • Accessibility improvements
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18277 Changelog:

Build 18277 was the 12th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on November 07, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • Now Focus Assist can automatically turn on when you are using an app in full screen
  • New Brightness slider in Action Center
  • Now you can directly customize (add/remove) quick actions right from the Action Center
  • New Emoji 12
  • “Fix blurry apps automatically” option is now enabled by default (More Details)
  • New toggle option to manage access to Camera and Microphone in Windows Defender Application Guard settings
  • Small differences in File Explorer
  • The icon used to identify the Region page has been updated in Settings
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

Windows 10 Build 10.0.18282 Changelog:

Build 18282 was the 13th Insider Preview build of Windows 10 released after RS5 build. It was released on November 14, 2018. This new build arrived via new “19H1” development branch.

  • New Windows Light theme
  • New Windows Light wallpaper
  • New window snip option
  • Improvements to modern printing experience
  • Now you can pause updates directly from “Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update” page
  • New “Automatically adjust active hours for me based on my daily usage” option on “Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update -> Change active hours” page
  • When users hover over the navigation pane in Start, after a short period it will now automatically expand
  • If users adjust their display brightness, that brightness will now be remembered as their preferred brightness whether they are on battery or connected to a charger
  • Addition of shadow to Action Center, to match the shadow seen along the borders of other taskbar flyouts
  • Updated the Start and Taskbar jump lists to now have a touch of Fluent Design
  • Improvements to Narrator
  • Bug fixes and general improvements

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We’ll keep continue updating this article as soon as a new 19H1 build is released to Windows Insiders.

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