Although Microsoft was hoping to have a new build to insiders who are testing Windows 10 1903 / 19H1 today (Friday), this will not happen. And as Monday is President's Day in the United States, there will be no new construction until at least Tuesday:
Thank you for your patience, #WindowsInsiders ??
Monday is a holiday for us, so let's try again after that https://t.co/CgxmuTwVNe
– Jen Gentleman ? (@JenMsft) February 15, 2019
Yesterday, Microsoft released a new version of Skip Ahead, which is to launch a little curve in the cycle of publication of the 20H1, although no version of 19H2 has yet been published. Citing the need for a "longer lead time" with some features at the 20H1 horizon, the new version of Skip Ahead has left many Windows insiders scratching their heads because skipping a whole cycle of publication had never been done before (we have speculations about maybe happening, but the waters are murky).
However, good news for the holiday weekend, the aforementioned 20H1 construction of Skip Ahead (18336) was completed by some additions (and a subtraction):
The problem with Creative X-Fi sound cards has been fixed.It is not repaired.
- [ADDED 2/15] We added the ability for users to access Linux files in a WSL distribution from Windows. These files are accessible via the command line and Windows applications, such as file explorer, VSCode, and so on. can interact with these files. Access your files by accessing \ wsl $
, or check the list of running distributions by accessing \ wsl $.
- [ADDED 2/15] We have improved the capabilities of the wsl.exe command line interface by adding new features such as importing and exporting distributions and consolidating existing features from wslconfig.exe , such as the list of distributions and the definition of default values.
Anyway, enjoy the weekend, we will monitor the wires for any new development early next week.
Further reading: 19H1, 20H1, Windows 10, Windows Insider