We're back with another build video just in time for the holidays! Microsoft released build 18305 this week, packing a bunch of new changes and features, including something called Windows Sandbox. We go hands-on showcasing what Windows Sandbox is all about, as well as demo some other improvements in the build.
Also in build 18305 is an updated Start menu layout for users clean installing or setting up a 19H1 PC for the first time, which now includes Office web apps pinned to the Start menu by default. In addition, there's minor improvements to some icons, and other features that pop up in the video.
Windows 10 19H1 is currently mid-way through development, with a final build expected to be compiled in March 2019. That means we've got a little more time for new features and changes to show up, before Microsoft starts winding down development and focusing on bug fixes and stability before release, to ensure a smooth rollout in April 2019.
Will you be installing Windows 10 build 18305? Let us know in the comments.
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