Windows 10, 19H1: Microsoft’s First Test Builds Are Out With New Features and Tweaked Start Menu

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Moupiya Dutta
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Windows 10 Redstone 5 has been finalized in the fall of this year and the public rollout should begin in October. And now Microsoft has rolled out the first test build of its spring 2019 feature update for Windows 10, and rather than keeping its codename as ‘Redstone 6’ it has officially codenamed it as Windows 10 ‘19H1’ and the Insiders in the Skip Ahead Ring have already received the first build.

The new windows 10 19H1 is expected to go live for the mass in the spring of 2019 with certain new features. It appears that the software giant A/B is testing a slightly tweaked Start Menu interface where the menu is automatically displayed when you hover the mouse on the left pane of the Start menu.

Microsoft is testing the new feature with some of the users in Skip Ahead Ring; it will bring a new emoji feature for both the updates of Microsoft’s Redstone 5 and 19H1 that will accessorize the 157 new additions to Unicode 11.

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However; it is notified that the new start menu change won’t show up in Windows 10 Redstone 5. The new update will come with lots of fixes across all aspects of Windows 10 and is also expected to add the highly-anticipated Sets interface with the next build.

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