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Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18850 with a few bug fixes. The preview is currently accessible to Insiders in the Skip Ahead ring.
The build comes with bug fixes for the Windows Sandbox, Microsoft Edge, Start Menu, Narrator, and Lock Screen. Furthermore, it also enhances the syncing reliability with the cloud clipboard.
The Redmond giant has offered the Snip and Sketch’s latest version i.e v10.1901.10521.0.
What’s new in Windows 10 Build 18850?
1. Snip & Sketch version 10.1901.10521.0
The recent release of the Snip & Sketch program has increased its current version to 10.1901.10521.0. Microsoft has added narrator (screen reader) confirmations, changed the default save format to be png and fixed various issues.
However, you can still enjoy the updated version even if you have not installed the Windows 10 Build 18850.
2. Crash Fixes for Windows Sandbox Settings app
The tech giant has fixed the bug that was experienced by most of the Windows Sandbox users. Previously, when someone navigated to the Narrator settings the Settings app used to crash.
3. Crash Fixes for Microsoft Edge
Windows users have been reporting for a long time that while tabbing and editing through PDFs sometimes Microsoft Edge crashes.
4. Start menu launch bug fix
The release also brings bug fixes for the Start menu launching issues.
Download Windows 10 Build 18850
In order to download the 1885 build, you must be a Windows Insider who is currently in the Skip Ahead ring. Just navigate to the Settings menu and then check for new updates in the Update & Security > Windows Update.
Microsoft has also mentioned a couple of known issues that have been reported so far. One of them is that the built-in Color Management application might be missing monitors, as far as the display calibration scenarios are concerned.
Microsoft suggests to the users that they should use the Settings app for choosing the color profile.
You can have a look at the complete changelog at the Microsoft Blog.