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Cleaner Start Menu in clean installations Windows 10. When you buy a new PC with Windows 10 installed, you’ll get a cleaner Start menu that’s narrower and lets you unpin entire groups of tiles. It’s not a particularly innovative design, but it’s simpler.
You cannot use this new Start Menu on an existing version of Windows 10 unless you create a new Microsoft account. You will then be able to use the new menu for that account, but not for any other existing accounts on your PC.
Remove more built-in apps: In previous releases, you may have uninstalled some of them, such as Solitaire and Weather, but you could not uninstall others.
RAW Support: If you’re a photographer, you know that RAW files are high quality, uncompressed photos that you take with your phone or digital camera. Mostly people use JPG files, which are smaller but not as good quality. But those who want the best quality use RAW. RAW is not a file extension, but a file type – each camera has its own extension for RAW files, like .NEF for Nikon.
Until now, you could not open RAW files in Windows. In this update of Windows 10, you can download the RAW Image Extension tool from official site of Microsoft Store.
Behind the scenes troubleshooting: Microsoft saysthat Windows can now be self-healing. In doing so, the system “will automatically fix some critical issues on your Windows device to keep it running smoothly,” such as adjusting settings to better match your hardware configuration and restoring defaults for critical services. You have the option to let Windows do this on its own, or ask Windows before making the change. Go to Settings> Update & Security> Troubleshoot and click on Recommended settings for troubleshooting.
What you need to know about version 1903
As with Windows 10 updates twice a year, there are new features for IT administrators. This time around, Windows 10 Professional and Enterprise editions get a new security tool called Windows Sandbox . It allows you to test software and websites in their own containers, so if they are dangerous, they cannot access Windows 10 itself. Close the sandbox and the software or website will disappear.
If someone uses the Edge browser to navigate to an untrusted site, Edge runs in a VM to protect against malware. Microsoft has now extended this security feature beyond Edge with browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox that will work in conjunction with an app from the Microsoft Store. After installation, when a user visits an untrusted site in Chrome or Firefox, it opens in Edge in a virtual machine using Windows Defender.
Windows 10 version 1903 is a major concern for one reason: All Windows 10 users now have control over whether and when they accept new feature updates for the OS. Microsoft updates, which are released twice a year, have a changing history, so this is great for those who care about the stability of their PC. Users have been calling for this for a long time, and Microsoft has finally gotten the message.
Separating Cortana from Windows Search
As for the other changes, none are revolutionary. Separating Cortana from Windows Search makes sense and makes searching easier, especially searching on your PC. But this is probably something that you won’t notice. Otherwise, even in combination, they are practically the definition of “Fur”.
Since the ability to defer or opt out of updates also applies to Windows 10, versions 1803 and 1809, there is no good reason to rush to install version 1903. It is good practice to wait after the new version of Windows 10 is released. Now, fortunately, all Windows 10 users have there is a possibility.