All Slow Ring users will now get the same version of Windows 10 updates due to an error with features that were enabled by default.
Microsoft has released (Windows 10 1909) 19H2 in the Slow Ring and Release Preview ring with different build numbers. Also released in Slow Ring were two different trials publications of 19H2, with users receiving different attribute choices.
Although it has confused users, the Microsoft is testing its ability to transmit feature updates with features disabled by default, and is planning to release Windows 10 19H2 this fall to all users.
As of today, Windows 10 Slow Ring Insiders have been integrated into the same 19H2 preview, which has the build number 18362.10019, and all have features enabled by default.
The goal is to deliver 19H2 as a low-cost cumulative update and not a complete update, at least for 1903 users. As a result, all Slow Ring users receive this 18362.10019 number, which will have all 19H2 features enabled. Even those who are on the Windows 10 May 2019 update and who have just joined the Slow Ring to try the 19H2 updates will receive the same 18362.10019 release.
And since everyone will be on his "same page" Slow Ring, Microsoft describes in detail all the features that will be included in 19H2.
Users can now create an event from the drop-down menu Calendar in the Taskbar by clicking the date and time in the bottom right corner of the Taskbar. This will open the Calendar drop-down menu, allowing users to select a date and type in the text box.
There are many improvements to the alerts. Alert settings now classify alert senders from the most recent alert, regardless of their name. sender. Users can now turn off sound for new alerts and turn off app or site alerts from the notifications box.
Microsoft has added a "Manage alerts" button at the top Action Center as a shortcut to the Notifications & actions page.
There is also a key rotation feature that allows administrators to move the recovery codes to managed devices.