Windows 10 Fast Ring release from Microsoft new development business segment

Microsoft is continuously focusing on testing of its next Windows 10 feature update. Microsoft also released the official test flight of the 2019 calendar on 16th December 2019. Build19536 is the first Fast Ring test version of its active development department. Microsoft yet to decide whether it’s new version will be Windows 10 21H1 or Windows 10 20H2. The latest working code in these development cycles, new features and OS improvements completed in this branch will be revealed when future Windows 10 versions are ready. The company provides these new features in a full OS build update or service release and OS improvements. Microsoft is about to finalize- Windows 10 20H1 as well as its feature. The updates will be released in the spring of 2020. Microsoft will start testing Windows 10 20H2 or jump building and started testing Windows 10 21H1 fast ring.

Earlier this month, Microsoft officials announced that Windows Insiders in a webcast, as well as the company, decided to let Skip Ahead and Fast Ring testers. It started experimenting 20 months before launching. It was a trial plan. The company said that the decision for the development of Windows 10 19H2 and its update are only for subscribers or users who are already using Windows 10 19H1. This is also known as Windows 10 1903. The company announced that there is no formal plan to release future versions. Today’s Windows 10 Fast Ring beta includes a large number of changes and fixes. They are listed in a blog post, as well as a list of currently known issues.

Today’s Insider blog post also states that Microsoft now allows users of the Phone app to access their latest 2,000 photos from Android Camera Roll on their PCs. This extended Photos feature is available for all Android phones running version 7.0 or advanced, and PC with Windows 10 April 2018 Update or upper. It will be rolled out gradually to qualified users. The Phone screen on the phone includes support for a digital pen. And a new call feature that allows users to answer calls from their PC via the Phone app.