Recently Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 update but only for testers. This new update is presented under the title of Windows 10 19564. In addition, is loaded with new features and fixes of major and minor bugs. In this post, we will tell you the main news before it is available to all users. So we’ll see how this version of Windows 10 for testers includes a new calendar app and other news.
Windows 10 19564 features
As with every new version of Windows, on a technical level, the improvements are always bug fixes. However, they always add new features aimed at making the system more robust and better.
A new Calendar App
This new version stands out for having a new Calendar application. This application has been prepared for a long time and is considered stable enough to be incorporated into a new Windows build. This new application comes with several important features such as this calendar application has 30 built-in themes. That is, you can customize it to your liking. It includes a new improved monthly view. This makes you see the events of that month better. Adding events is now easier because the process has been simplified. This should make the application much more productive. This new application can be activated by going to the calendar application and selecting the Try the preview option.
Graphics Settings Improvements
The graphic options have also been improved. You can now choose which applications run on which GPUs. This option is especially interesting for computers with multiple GPUs, for example, laptops with intel + Nvidia graphics.
These options will be located in Settings > System > Display > Graphics settings. Also on that same screen, you’ll see a text field that filters the applications to better find them.
Other new features
As I have already mentioned, there are many new features in this new build, but other less outstanding are:
- This build reduced TLS usage in certain shell components. Then, you will notice a lower memory consumption on certain occasions
- Also, the Japanese IME has been updated.
- Fixed an issue with wallpaper transitions on Build 19536.
And many more. This version should reach the stable channel of Windows 10 in a few weeks, so be patient. For a complete list of what’s new, you can read Microsoft’s announcement. Finally, we have seen how this version of Windows 10 for testers includes a new calendar app. Okay, that’s it for now. For more news on Windows 10, stay tuned. Before I say goodbye I invite you to see our post about downloading apps from the store without using a Microsoft account. Goodbye.