Microsoft Begins Shipping New Windows 10 Features to Insiders

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In a blog post, Microsoft recently declared that they will now begin shipping the new Windows 10 features to insiders via the Windows Feature Experience Pack. So, users won’t have to install full builds.

Yesterday, it was tested initially with Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.1070.0 in the Beta Channel. Microsoft states that the latest Windows Feature Experience Pack will benefit the users.

The company considers that it can enhance some specific features that are currently developed independently of Windows 10.

The aim of Microsoft is to build the Windows Features Experience Pack as a medium to offer the latest feature enhancements to clients outside of major Windows 10 feature updates.

Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc in blog post stated,

On testing this process initially with Windows Insiders, we believe in extending the scope and frequency of releases of the Feature Pack in the future.

At the moment, if you are a Windows Insider, then you can install the latest Windows Feature Experience Pack to see the following features:

  • Insiders will now be able to utilize the built-in screen snipping experience (WIN + SHIFT + S) to create a snip of a screen and paste it directly into your preferred folder in File Explorer to save a screenshot there.
  • Also, insiders will able to utilize split keyboard mode in a portrait posture on a 2-in-1 touch device.

To test the latest feature pack release, your windows system needs to be running the Windows 10 20H2 update, build 19042.662 or higher.

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