Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview. "
" Due to a small outage in our build publishing Dona Sarkar notes: "Microsoft's Dona Sarkar notes in the release of this blog post."
Here's what's new in build 18323:
Raw image support improvements. Starting with version 19H1, Windows 10 will finally support natively support raw image formats courtesy of a raw codec package you can download from the Microsoft Store. "By downloading the new Raw Image Extension (Beta) package from the store, you can now view image thumbnails, previews, and camera metadata of previously unsupported raw files right in File Explorer," Sarkar explains. Windows Imaging Component framework to decode raw images. "
Light theme improvements. Windows 10 19H1 wants to include a new Light theme-really called the Light app mode-and this build includes various improvements related to the display of certain on-screen elements.
Beyond these two notable changes, build 18323 also includes a slew of fixes and several known issues. Check the original blog post for the complete lists of each. More notable, perhaps, the apps that ship with Windows 10 version 19H1-in this build.
"As a result, you may have noticed that some features have disappeared from these apps "Sarkar explains. "This is probably most noticeable with the photos app." Insiders can get these features back in the settings of an inbox app like Photos and click the 'Join preview' button. "