Following up on updates for feedback and improvement of the next version of Windows 10, known then as 20H1, Microsoft today released build 18932 for users enrolled in the Insider program in the “fast ring” mode, including improvements and news.
Among the innovations confirmed by the company, we have the implementation of improvements related to “eye control”, functionality that allows users to command the system by monitoring the field of view, combining clicks and drags. In this sense, the drag-and-drop function of the mouse was made available, the inclusion of the pause button and more.
In the area of affordability, Microsoft has also confirmed its support for the Narrator, allowing it to automatically read web pages and emails when they are uploaded, and make the subject dark on the magnifying glass.
Not enough, implementations related to the notification center have also been confirmed, thus giving more control to the user and allowing the user to focus on productivity by controlling the intensity with which they are displayed.
To close, the company has also confirmed the gradual availability of functionality of the “Your Phone” application for all users (including those of stable system versions) and the list of known problems, something that is common in the changelogs of this distribution.
I want to test! How to do?
First of all, it is worth remembering that Windows Insider is taken as a trial version of Windows, which is officially provided by Microsoft for all users who want to know in advance what news will be implemented. However, this can sometimes mean identifying flaws and bugs. Therefore, this distribution is not indicated on devices that require stability.
If you still want to install the version in question, you can do so through the Settings menu > Updates> Windows Insider Program.
More information regarding the update can be obtained through the specific publication for this new build on the official website of Microsoft, with a link available at the end of this article, being identified as ” Source .”