Insiders can download Windows 10 Build 18252 (19H1) scheduled for spring of 2019

Insiders can download Windows 10 Build 18252 (19H1) scheduled for spring of 2019

Windows 10 October 2018 Update has finally arrived, but that does not mean that Microsoft has finished developing its operating system. On the contrary, now the Redmond house is going to continue the development work of Windows 10 19H1, which is the next great functional update of Windows 10 that will arrive in the spring of 2019. Yesterday afternoon, the Redmond house released the new version 18252 of Windows 10 19H1 that arrived in the hands of the Insiders who chose the Fast Ring.

Insiders can download Windows 10 Build 18252 (19H1) scheduled for spring of 2019

Windows 10 v1809 is starting to be deployed to the public, but Microsoft is already analyzing the next steps. The group launches a new build for the upcoming Windows 10 update. This important update is expected in the spring of 2019.

As part of the Windows Insider program, the giant publishes Windows 10 build 18252, a new version of Windows 10. This version is available for users registered in the program’s ring-fast. There are no big changes at this time. We have some tweaks out here and there, general improvements and corrections. This is logical, as we are only at the beginning of development. Things should speed up in the next few weeks.

Microsoft also has badges to indicate how many versions of Windows 10 19H1 Insiders you have installed on your systems: these will be displayed in the Feedback Center. The image below also shows how many versions you need to have installed to enable each credential.

Insiders can download Windows 10 Build 18252 (19H1) scheduled for spring of 2019
This Build 18252 offers several patches, one of which is the Task Manager, which reports an incorrect processor occupancy rate. This problem has existed for several versions. After the generated feedback, you can now access the advanced settings in the Ethernet IP configuration via “Configuration” instead of the “Control Panel”. Support for configuring a static IP address and setting up a preferred DNS server has been added.

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Microsoft explains:

“We have listened to your comments and now you can use the Configuration application to configure advanced IPs. We now support the configuration of a static IP address as well as the configuration of a preferred DNS server. These settings were already available in the Control Panel. These are now available on the connection properties page.”

We also have a new icon for disconnected Internet connections and the addition of the Windows Ebrima font for ADLaM documents and web pages.


Improvements in Windows 10 Build 18252 (19H1):

  • Fixed a bug that caused the Task Manager to report CPU abuse.
  • The problem with the Task Manager and the arrows to extend “background processes” has been fixed so that they blink all the time.
  • A microphone icon has been added to the system tray that is displayed when the microphone is used.
  • When you press F4 in Registry Editor, the Interleaving icon is now placed at the end of the address bar, extending the AutoComplete drop-down menu.
  • Fixed a problem with the dark mode interface in the File Explorer context menu that created a white border.
  • Fixed a bug that caused extended home pages to display text incorrectly in certain languages.
  • Fixed a problem that caused the speech output to crash when reading per line on a system icon.
  • Fixed a problem where Narrator could not read the name of the Windows security application in the Shell Notification area.
  • In the sidebar under the header “Ethernet”, the name of the corresponding Ethernet adapter now appears, so that you can easily distinguish Ethernet entries in one place if there is more than one.
  • In RS5, the additional pages arrived in the Emoji panel when we used it in Chinese (simplified), and based on the comments they extended it to other languages.
  • Fixed a problem where Windows Hello did not work on the login screen in the previous compilation.

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