Microsoft is rolling out a new Windows 10 preview update Build
19541 and it comes with a couple of minor new features. Windows
10 Build 19541 is available for testers in the Fast Ring of
Windows Insider program and it includes a couple of minor
improvements which may or may not ship in 2020.
Windows 10 Build 19541 could be part of 20H2 ‘Manganese’
release, the next-next version of the desktop OS scheduled to
ship sometime in the second half of 2020.
According to the changelog, Build 19541 adds an icon to the
taskbar to let users know when an app is using their location.
With Windows 10 November 2019 Update, Microsoft added a similar
icon to let users know when an app is accessing the device’s
Windows 10 Build 19541 has also added a new option to Task
Manager that will show users the architecture of each process.
You will find a new ‘architecture’ option in the Details tab in
As we noted above, the features included in Fast Ring builds
won’t be tied to a specific Windows 10 feature update. In other
words, we don’t know when these new features and improvements
will land in Windows 10 production builds and some features may
never end up coming to market.