Microsoft's latest Windows 10 19H1 trial version includes the ability to uninstall additional "inbox" installations (a preinstalled Microsoft version). Microsoft released this build, # 18262, on October 17 for skip ahead and fast ring testers.
Using the shortcut menu in the Start menu All Apps, users can uninstall the following apps starting with the 19H1 Windows 10 Feature Release:
- 3D Viewer (formerly Mixed Reality Viewer)
- Groove Music
- Movies & TV
- Paint 3D
- Snip & Sketch
- Sticky Notes
- Voice Recorder
In the Windows Update of October 10, 2018 – the Microsoft after reporting problems with user data deletion still needs to be forwarded to mainstream users – and earlier Windows 10 feature releases allowed users to uninstall a handful of other Microsoft apps. These apps, which could also be uninstalled from the Start All apps shortcut menu, included the Microsoft Solitaire Collection; My office; A note; 3D printing; Skype; Tips; and weather.
Build 18262 adds a new optional column to the Details tab in Task Manager showing DPI detection per process.
It also contains a placeholder for a new recommended troubleshooting setting (under Settings> Update & Security> Troubleshooting). This feature uses user-submitted diagnostic data to automatically provide and apply a customized set of fixes for problems detected on a device. Microsoft officials have noticed that this new troubleshooting feature is not live yet, so it's grayed out, but it will come to a future test build.
Microsoft fixed a number of bugs and made feature updates in Build 18262 Some known issues in the latest 19H1 release are also found in this blog post.
Microsoft has also released a preview of the updated version of the October 2018 Update / Windows 10 earlier this week in 1809. Microsoft continues to test the update with Insiders from October 2018 before recommending it to mainstream users on some, not yet publicly specified data October 2018 will be updated from its download sites in the first week of October after launch on October 2.
Microsoft is expected to begin in April 2019 with the introduction of the 19H1 Windows 10 feature update.