Microsoft has released new Windows 10 Build 18329.1 (19h1_release) to insiders in the Fast ring. According to windows Insider blog the latest Windows 10 April 2019 Update (build 18329) bring refinements to search experience, ability to running Win32 desktop apps in Windows Mixed Reality mode and more.
If you are a Windows Insider in the Fast ring, Windows 10 build 18329 automatically download and install via windows update or you can manually update to this build 18329 by going into Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update and then checking for new updates.
What’s new Windows 10 19H1 Build 18329?
On previous builds, Microsoft separated Cortana from Windows Search, and now with build 18329, you notice “Top apps in Search” which will show you the apps you use the most when you open Search. So There is no need to search for them from now on.
And the most interesting change in the build 18329 is support for legacy Win32 apps in the Windows Mixed Reality environment. That means you can launch Win32 desktop apps, such as Spotify, Paint.NET and Visual Studio Code, in Windows Mixed Reality in the same way users can launch Store apps.
To Run Desktop (Win32) apps in Windows Mixed Reality, bring up Pins Panel, then go to all apps, where you will find a folder named “Classic Apps (Beta)”. In this folder, you will be able to select and launch any Desktop (Win32) applications.
The build 18329 also introduces ADLaM and Osage keyboard support, To enable the ADLaM or Osage scripts, go to Language Settings, and click “Add a preferred language”.
According to Microsoft, “ADLaM script is used to write Pular/Fulfulde, the language of the Fulani people of West Africa. Osage script is used to write the Osage language spoken by the Osage Nation in Oklahoma.”
Microsoft also made some additional tweaks to Mail & Calendar that added Dark mode for Mail and Calendar items. It also adds a Default font feature allowing users to customize how new messages will look.
Beyond these two notable changes, Windows 10 build 18329 also includes a slew of fixes and several known issues. Here the complete list of improvements, fixes, and known issues for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18329 at the Windows Blog.