Microsoft today releases a new version of Windows 10 for insiders. Redmond publishes version 18936 of 20H1 for initiates of the Quick Ring and presents some minor characteristics.
With this release, Microsoft allows all insiders to quickly create a new event or reminder from the clock and calendar dropdown menu on the taskbar. The new flyer allows users to add quick reminders that are not necessarily big events. It also allows you to set the time and place of an event now.
Microsoft is also introducing a new device-wide option that allows you to enable password-free sign-in for all your Microsoft accounts on one device, allowing you to use Windows Hello, or a PIN instead of 'a password.
The company is also in the process of deploying updated firmware for insiders with Surface devices, which extends the availability of the mirroring feature of your phone application's screen to more. devices. With the latest firmware update, this feature is now available for Surface, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 5, Surface Pro 6, Surface Book and Surface Book 2 laptops.
The update includes a number of minor fixes and some known issues. So be sure to check out the complete changelog here.
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