The new Windows 10 build is 21364, and it includes early support for Linux GUI apps. In other words, those who installed the Windows Subsystem for Linux on their devices can now run Linux apps in their own GUI right on top of Windows 10.
Then, the company has updated Task Manager with Microsoft Edge process classification and an eco mode, which is essentially an easy way to throttle process resources.
This new build also introduces a new keyboard layout for Japanese.
“We’re excited to introduce a new touch keyboard layout for Japanese, 50-on touch keyboard. 50-on touch keyboard is a popular layout widely used for Kiosk devices in Japan. It allows you to input Japanese texts intuitively without knowing how to compose Hiragana characters,” the company explains.
“You can switch to 50-on layout from [⚙] > [50-on]. It… (read more)
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