The Windows 10 October 2018 Update is version 1809, and while it’s the latest feature update, a major focus of this update was fixes and refinements. Some features, like Sets and Alt-Tab bringing up browser tabs, have been delayed, and despite Sets not having returned yet in Skip Ahead builds, Microsoft has assured Neowin that the feature is still going to return.
Not a major update, but after installing it on my desktop I found some nice improvements and fixes here and there, such as a more polished user interface for Edge (which also seems faster now, and handles Google properties more smoothly) and the new, much better screenshot application which replaces the snipping tool. Curiously, while the update was available on my desktop, Windows Update on my laptops remains silent.
I didn’t know they packed in a new screenshot tool. Hopefully if it’s good enough, that’s one less app I’ll have to install.
Now, where’s the built-in clipboard manager and universal spell checker?