Windows 10 Build 18965 update
Control app recovery when re-login
As some users know, some applications can be registered in the restart, and in some cases, the user can revert to the previous work after restarting the PC. Previously this option was associated with the "Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting up my device" option.
In the latest version, Microsoft provides a more refined control experience based on user feedback suggestions, allowing users to know more intuitively and explicitly what applications will restart automatically after restarting the PC, and in the upcoming 20H1 feature update. China will officially open to users.
The current latest preview of Windows has allowed users to control application restart settings. In the enabled state, the Windows system automatically saves the applications that can be restarted, and these applications are launched after the user logs out, restarts, or restarts Windows. This feature is off by default. You can change it at any time in Settings > Accounts > Signatures. In the options, you can find it by searching for "restart apps" in the "Start" or search box.
In this version update, Microsoft also announced the introduction of some UI changes for the Feedback Hub. These new UI adjustments include feedback search, report-like feedback, and a new achievement page:Feedback search:
The Feedback Hub team has been working hard to provide you with some application updates based on your feature requirements, and we have some changes and improvements to share the latest version that is currently being rolled out to Insiders in the Fast channel.
In the feedback section of the app, you can now see the difference between the question and the suggestion more clearly, each showing icons, color and label questions or suggestions displayed above each feedback item. We've also updated icons and displays to add similar feedback to questions, improve suggestions, and add comments to feedback.
Add similar feedback
In the past, the Feedback Hub allowed two types of engagement feedback: upvoting and adding more detail. The concept of voting for suggestions makes sense - Microsoft engineers want to know what features the community wants us to build next, and voting on feature suggestions is a good way to get to know your interests.
However, it is a bit unreasonable to vote on the issue. After all, the issue is unpopular. The way to help engineers solve problems is to clearly state how the problem is generated. If the feedback includes a copy of the problem, the diagnosis can help our team identify the problem so they can resolve the problem faster, and the feedback is especially useful.
As always, we appreciate your feedback - if you have any suggestions or questions to report, you can share them in the Feedback Center under the Apps > Feedback Center.
Using the new Add Similar feedback feature, selecting a question that matches your own symptoms will take you to the feedback form with the title pre-filled. You edit the title or add your own description so that we know exactly what happened when you encountered the problem.
Windows Insider achievements
Microsoft announced the refresh of the Windows Insider Achievements page. We make your personal achievements easier to discover by moving your profile page to their own landing page, and we've added additional features that let you categorize and track your progress. The information (device ID and user ID) previously found in your profile is now in the Settings section of the Feedback Center.