Microsoft is testing another new Windows 10 Experience Pack update

Windows 10 experience pack

For the past several months,
Microsoft has been testing a new way of adding features to
Windows 10. Microsoft plans to push certain features to
users via ‘Experience Pack’, which will be delivered via
separate updates outside of the two major Windows feature
updates.

Windows 10 major feature updates are typically released in the
spring and fall of every year. On the other hand, Windows
Feature Experience Packs will be released almost every month
with new features and improvements.

In December, Microsoft released the first experience pack to
testers in the beta channel of the Insider program. Today,
Microsoft has released second such pack to testers and it comes
with improvements to snipping experience.

According to the changelog, Windows Feature Experience Pack
120.2212.2020.0 comes with reliability improvements for the
built-in snipping experience, which should improve the way
users take screenshots, especially when using apps with access
to clipboard often.

This experience pack is rolling out in the Beta Channel and
anyone can grab it by checking for updates. Microsoft has
previously stated that users will need to have Windows 10
version 20H2 Build 19042.662 or higher to use the experience
pack.

In addition to snipping app improvements, Microsoft is also
working on a new feature that will allow you to copy and paste
a screenshot directly into a folder in File Explorer.

Other improvements coming with Experience Pack

With the experience pack, Microsoft is also planning to deliver
a new touch keyboard update with support for split keyboard
mode. So far, it’s only minor changes and it looks like bigger
changes won’t show up anytime soon.

The improvements included in these packs could also be
delivered to more PCs during optional updates for Windows 10.
This will allow Microsoft to improve some of the existing
features without having to wait for the bigger feature updates.

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