Windows 10 Build 18950 (20H1) is now rolling out to Insiders in
the Fast Ring with multiple improvements. Windows 10 Insider
Preview Build 18950 introduces an upgraded Snip & Sketch
experience, includes a new reference to the rumoured Cloud
Recovery options and more.
What’s new in Windows 10 Build 18950
Windows 10 comes with a Snip & Sketch tool that you can use to
create, annotate, edit, and share screenshots. Today, Microsoft
is starting to roll out Snip & Sketch support for zoom & the
option to re-use the same window when taking new snips.
The Snip & Sketch app update on Windows 10 20H1 also comes with
the following improvements:
- Single window mode – Microsoft is adding a new feature that
will allow you to open new snips in your current app window. As
a result, you don’t have to deal with tons of windows that you
need to close after editing the snips. If you’d like to use the
old experience, you can enable it from the settings.
- Zoom: You can finally use the touchpad or double taps on
the touchscreen to zoom in on your screenshots. CTRL+Plus/Minus
and Ctrl+Mouse wheel are also supported. You can also view the
snip at the original size by tapping on the “Actual Size”.
- WIN+Shift+S is now discoverable: For new users or those who
haven’t taken a snip yet, Snip & Sketch will help you learn how
to start a snip without the app.
Windows 10 Build 18950 full changelog
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 will be getting a new
Cloud download feature to reset the system back to the factory
settings. The references to ‘Cloud download’ will show up in
Windows 10 Build 18950, but this feature isn’t working yet.
Here’s a list of fixes and improvements:
- The update has fixed an issue that causes ctfmon.exe to
crash. The problem was experienced when user clicks on input
mode indicator in the taskbar and switch the Japanese IME
- A bug affecting Windows Clipboard History’s feature where
users cannot paste information from clipboard history on some
- Microsoft has also fixed an issue that may accidentally
trigger the Ctrl key in the OneNote app.