Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 Preview with the ability to uninstall more pre-installed apps, as well as Task Manager, Troubleshooting, and Speaker enhancements. This build comes from the 19H1 office, which will arrive in the first half of next year.
Windows 10 is being developed as a service, which means it regularly receives new features. Microsoft has released six important updates so far: November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, April 2018 Update, and October 2018 Update
These releases allowed Windows 10 users to pre-install only the following seven Uninstall Apps: Microsoft Solitaire Collection, My Office, OneNote, 3D Printing, Skype, Tips and Weather. With this build, Microsoft adds 1
Personally, I use the Calculator and voice recorder pretty regularly, but the rest can go. You can delete them via the shortcut menu in the start menu All Apps. 
Task Manager has a new optional column on the Task Manager Details tab: DPI Awareness (add it by right-clicking on one of the column headers and selecting Select Columns). As you might expect, it shows you which running applications are DPI-enabled.
Next, Windows 10 has received a new recommended troubleshooting setting (Settings => Update & Security => Troubleshooting). The function uses diagnostic data that you send to deliver a customized set of fixes that match problems that Microsoft detects on your device. Previously, you had to find the right troubleshooting and manually follow all steps to solve the problem.
As for the narrator, he can now use the next sentence (Caps + Ctrl +.), The current sentence (Caps + Ctrl +,) and the previous sentence (Caps + Ctrl + M). Phrase by phrase is available with the keyboard and touch, though it does not yet work for braille.
Bug Fixes and Known Issues
This 19H1 build contains the following general fixes and fixes:
- Fixed an issue that caused App History to be empty on the last flight in Task Manager.
- Fixed an issue with the previous flight that caused the Task Manager icon in the notification area of the taskbar to remain invisible while Task Manager was open had an issue that caused the upgrade to the previous flight possibly failed with error 0xC1900101. The same issue could cause Office products not to start, services not startup, and / or your credentials will not be accepted on the login screen after the first upgrade to reboot.
- Fixed an issue where settings crashed in recent flights In Easy of Access, click on "Make Text Bigger" on "Apply".
- Fixed an issue where last flight settings could be checked for updates or applied to an updated Active Hours area when clicking on recent flights. Fixed an issue where the editor was not listed in Settings on the Default Settings by App page.
- If you add a new language under Settings, there are now separate options for installing the language pack and setting the language as the Windows display language. There are also separate options for installing the speech recognition and text-to-speech features, if these features are available for the language.
- The Printers and Scanners page in Settings has been updated to include a link to troubleshoot
- Some insiders may have noticed changes to the cache history.
- Fixed an issue that caused File Explorer to not start when viewed in tablet mode from a pinned start tile.
- Fixed a problem with the brightness sometimes after a reboot to 50 percent reset.
Today's update triggers the Windows 10 build number for the 19H1 branch of 18252 (available to testers on October 3) to create 18262.
This build has five known issues: 19659010] Settings crash when invoking actions on specific pages. This affects several settings, including several links in the Windows Security section.
Do not install this on your production machine as usual.