Microsoft has announced a preview of Windows 10 update that is due later in 2019. The update has new features that include some interesting moves such as better battery life for laptops running certain processors. Windows 10 new update testers in the slow ring will be getting two different preview builds – 18362.10012 and 18362.10013, which will be delivered to those on 18362.10005 and 18362.10006 respectively.
The former build has all the new features that are turned off by default while the latter build has all features automatically turned on. This controlled preview rollout of Microsoft will be on a subsection of testers that will enable new features. Before the updates will go live, Microsoft will monitor how the new features are working by getting more feedback broadly.
Microsoft has noted that the update is a 50-50 virtual coin toss, that means it is users’ wish whether to enable new features or not. The Windows 10 update is not about introducing major features, but it will bring smaller changes including quality of battery life. Microsoft has stated on the new build that it has made general battery life and power efficiency improvement for PCs with certain processors. That means some laptops can get increases battery life, as the update is about to deploy this year.
Microsoft windows update will also bring some hardware related changes for CPU. There are some other changes that we can expect from Windows 10 such as the addition of extra debugging capability for new intel processor and making the navigation pane on the Start menu expand.