Microsoft has started beta testing of the Windows Feature Experience Pack

Microsoft has started beta testing of the Windows Feature Experience Pack
In the Windows developer blog, a message appeared about the launch of testing a new way to implement improvements in the software platform. This is the Feature Experience Pack, which is designed to improve features and capabilities developed separately from the OS. Currently, participants of the Windows Insider program on the Beta channel are involved in testing.

The report notes that a small number of features are currently being developed separately from Windows, so the amount of changes brought by Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.1070.0 is also small. In the future, it is planned to include an update of this package in the existing Windows 10 maintenance process, so that users can get new versions through the Windows update Center.

As for the current update, it does include a small number of changes. Users can use the "Fragment and sketch" function (Win + Shift + S) to create screenshots with the possibility of inserting them directly into the desired folder in the "Explorer". In addition, the touch keyboard in portrait mode on 2-in-1 devices now supports split keyboard mode.

Feature Experience Pack updates will be delivered to members of the pre-evaluation program via Windows update, similar to how it is delivered with cumulative updates. If you are a member of the Windows Insider program on the Beta channel, to download the new version of Windows Feature Experience Pack, just go to the Windows update Center and check the updates available for installation.
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