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Hands-on with Windows 10 19H1 build 18277 showcasing new changes and features

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We're back with another Windows 10 Insider Preview build video walkthrough. This time, we're taking a look at build 18277 which is one of the first 19H1 builds to feature a couple of noteworthy new features.

In this build video, we take a look at the new quick actions customization feature, in addition to the new brightness slider that replaces the brightness quick action in the Action Center. We also take a look at improvements coming to Windows Search, Focus Assist, and more. There's a few things to unpack in this one.

There's also hints at upcoming features, including a web-based Timeline, Cloud Clipboard syncing across phones, and more.

19H1 development has only really just started, so we're expecting more builds in the near future to show up with even more new features and changes. As always, we'll be back with future build videos showcasing those features when they do. In the meantime, what are you looking forward to in Windows 10 19H1 so far?

Zac Bowden
Senior Editor

Zac Bowden is a Senior Editor at Windows Central. Bringing you exclusive coverage into the world of Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, phones, and more. Also an avid collector of rare Microsoft prototype devices! Keep in touch on Twitter: @zacbowden.

  • Hands on ??? really. why you guys are admiring your OS ..the public release failed. and you guys not giving us any sign when it will be released. common sense ?? aint it ?
  • This isn't the public release, it's an insider build of the next version, due for release next year
  • I think that was an off target attempt. But nice try.
  • Hi hope they fix some of the nasty bugs in 19H1 soon, such as the system interrupts high CPU and Explorer not responding.
  • The Microsoft guys keep surprising me building more features cof.. bugs cof.. over Windows 10. Fail
  • Zac. Does any of these builds have any Andromeda forensics y'all can see, or would that not be until a fall 2019, or maybe even a spring, 2019 update?... I guess my question is do we have any idea what Andromeda might run, as far as Windows build, consider all windows versions are on the same build "schedule".❔
  • A web-based TiMeLinE. These are the "features" everybody is asking for. SMH