Microsoft pushes two small updates for Windows 10 19H2 with visible modifications in addition to battery life and multi-core processor enhancements.
Windows 10 1909 Build 18362.10013, a preview version as part of the 1909 release, is available on devices registered on the Slow channel of the Windows Insider Program.
According to Microsoft, Windows 10 build 18362.10013 comes with visual changes as well as battery life and multi-core processor improvements.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Windows 10 Version 1909 Build 18362.10013
All changes and improvements expected to be released in September 2019 with the 1909 release include:
If you have installed 18362.10013, this new version offers the ability to create calendar events from the taskbar without having to open the Calendar application.
In the Action Center, Windows 10 now displays both the direct display of notifications in an application and website, as well as the options for configuring and turning off.
Windows 10 Build 18362.10013 also introduces overall battery life and power efficiency improvements for devices with specific processors.
In addition, Windows 10 introduces a new processor spin policy (logical processors of the highest class available) that more evenly distributes work among these preferred cores.
The latest version of the Windows 10 19H2 is expected to arrive at the end of this year and will be available for compatible computers running the Update May 2019.
Microsoft lists all improvements, fixes, and known issues in 18362 on this page.
Windows 10 Version 1909 Build 18362.10013 Download
The update is immediately available with Windows Insider Slow Ring. The preview structure is automatically downloaded and installed on your device, but you can always get the update by clicking Settings> Update and Security> Windows Update and Check for Updates.