Windows 10 Build 21359 includes a new power option and Timeline changes
Microsoft releases build 21359 of Windows 10 in the dev channel. Insiders will notice a new power option in the Start menu that lets you restart running apps after a reboot and enable the corresponding option in the settings menu with a single click. Changes have also been made to the timeline feature, which prevents new activities from being added, so it literally stops working.
What’s new in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21359 (Dev)
Changes and improvements
- Added an option to the Power menu in the Start menu to restart applications after logging in when the device is rebooted. If checked, this option activates the option under Settings > Accounts > Connection Options > Restart Apps that we introduced in 20H1.
Actually, this option was available in earlier versions. However, it was hidden. Enable
Windows 10 to activate the Restart Applications command from the Power menu.
- If your activity history on devices is synced through your Microsoft Account (MSA), you will no longer be able to upload new activities to Time Team. The accounts relating to the AAL are not affected. To view web page history in Edge and other browsers, there is an option to view recent web activity. You can also view recently used files with OneDrive and Office.
- We are updating the Accessibility Facilitation category in Settings to Accessibility.
- We update the Ebrima font to support Bamum characters (Unicode block U+A6A0 to U+A6FF).
- We are updating the Nirmala UI font family to improve the rendering of Chakma characters when merging, based on feedback.
- Thanks to the insiders who took the time to give us their opinions on the new version of our Korean EMI. For now, let’s go back to the version that was in the previous versions.
- We fixed a bug that caused problems activating HDR if the SDR content was changed while the computer was locked or coming back from sleep mode.
- We have fixed an issue where Auto HDR could be incorrectly enabled in some cases for all titles that were eligible. If you continue to experience problems, please contact us via the Feedback Hub, on our Twitter (@DirectX12), or on DirectX Discord.
- We have fixed an issue where, in some cases, user accounts were migrated during the upgrade but the user profile was not migrated. This problem may occur if the device is suddenly rebooted during the update process.
- We have fixed an issue where some cameras would not support the setting on the Camera Settings page if the camera was also being used by another application.
- We’ve fixed an issue where the camera settings page could crash on ARM devices.
- We’ve fixed an issue where Windows Update settings unexpectedly displayed two separate lines indicating that updates are provided by your organization.
- We fixed an issue where some unmanaged devices on the Settings > Updates and Security > Windows Updates page were showing some of these settings that were hidden or managed by your organization.
- We have fixed an issue that was affecting WSUS users when the Check online for Microsoft updates option in Windows Update settings was grayed out.
- We have fixed an issue where some Insiders were noticing frequent crashes of wuauclt.exe.
- Fixed an issue where window frames lost their shadows after locking and unlocking the PC.
- We have fixed an issue that was causing some users to see the entry ms-resource:AppListName in the Start menu application list because the People application had changed and was no longer showing in the application list.
- We have fixed an issue that was causing an annoying notification to appear at the top of the Action Center.
- We have fixed an issue where the user interface could freeze when you quickly use the touchpad gesture to move from one virtual desktop to another.
- We have fixed an issue that affected the ability to use Miracast with some devices in recent builds.
- We have recently resolved an issue where network connectivity could get stuck in the Identity…. state on some devices and Ethernet configurations.
- We have fixed an issue where, after upgrading to the latest version, you could not connect via Remote Desktop until you restarted your computer.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused the brightness sliders to not behave properly on some devices in recent versions.
- We’ve fixed an issue that some Insiders were experiencing when playing certain games full screen in the latest versions, which was causing an unexpected drop in frame rate. If you continue to have problems in this area, you can sign up for information by following the instructions here.
- We fixed an issue that caused some games to crash on startup when Auto HDR was enabled.
- Fixed an issue for some devices where the screen only went black when the mouse was visible. If you are still experiencing problems with the black screen after the update, press WIN + CTRL + SHIFT + B and report the problem in the Feedback Center under Display & Graphics > Black Screen, with as much detail as possible.
- We’ve fixed an issue that caused some videos to be distorted and pixilated in recent versions.
- We have fixed an issue where some devices were getting error messages The following items require your attention…. when trying to install a new version.
- We have resolved an issue where retrieving and installing international settings was not working with PowerShell 7.1.
- We’ve fixed an issue where updates to your language list with PowerShell commands were not syncing to other devices when syncing was enabled.
- We fixed a race condition when using Pinyin IME, which caused some applications to not be selected (before the application was restarted) when you quickly type and select candidates in IME.
- We fixed an issue that affected the migration of shortcuts to the new Windows Extra location where the computer name appears.
- We are following up on reports that the update process gets stuck for a long time when installing a new version.
- News and Interests] If you press ESC to clear the popup menu opened in a popup window, the entire popup window will be cleared instead.
- News and interests] Sometimes news and interests can’t be kept out of a pen.
- ARM64] Insiders who have an early version of the Qualcomm Adreno graphics driver installed on the Surface Pro X may experience reduced screen brightness. This issue has been resolved with the updated version of the graphics preview driver at https://aka.ms/x64previewdriverprox. If you are experiencing this problem, check out the collection of testimonials for more information.
- We are currently investigating an issue that causes search items (including the file explorer search field) to no longer display correctly in a dark theme.
- Some non-administrative applications, such as 3D Viewer and Print 3D, that were previously in the Windows Accessories folder are now in Windows Tools. These shortcuts have been moved back to the Start menu thanks to a bug fix. At the same time, they are still viewable with Windows tools.
- The Windows Camera application does not currently respect the default brightness settings in the new camera settings page.
- Access to the virtual GPU is not possible for Windows and Linux guests. Adding vGPUs to the VM has no effect and the VM continues to run with software rendering.
- The thematic screensavers are not visible in this building. This will be corrected in a future flight.
- Split screen mode for Auto HDR does not work in this version; look for a fix in the next version.
- We are working to resolve an issue that caused some USB-connected printers to stop working after upgrading to version 21354 and higher.
- We are working on a solution for WSL users who experience reduced performance of File Explorer after upgrading to version 21354 and above.
If you have set your device to receive updates through the device/quick dial channel, open Settings – > Update & Recovery and right tap Check for updates. Allows you to install the latest available version of Windows 10 Insider Preview.
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According to Sergei Tkachenko, the last update was on 14. April 2021 on Windows 10.
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Sergey Tkachenko is a Russian software developer who founded Winaero in 2011. In this blog Sergey writes about everything related to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter and YouTube.
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