After releasing another update to the 20H1 version last week, Microsoft released a new build for Windows Insider users 19H2 in the slow ring on Monday (15). Build 18362.10005 comes with patch fixes and resource modifications.
One of the changes is to enable the activation of third-party digital assistants by voice command during the operating system lock screen. Another change makes the scrolling feature allow for the secure implementation of recovery passwords on MDM-managed AAD machines when prompted or on the times when the recovery password is used to unlock BitLocker-protected drive.
In practice, this second novelty may be used to prevent a recovery password from being revealed accidentally when unlocking the BitLocker drive manually.
The update still has five fixes to allow the host to run top-level lower-level containers as a form of process isolation (Argon), as well as a final solution to enable manufacturers to decrease ink latency with hardware features of devices – instead of the default hardware configuration by OS.
Note that to download the cumulative update, you must have Windows 10 in the May 2019 Update, with the option chosen by the slow distribution channel. To complete, some modifications will be disabled by default.
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