Microsoft is working to add new features, enhance usability and also bring some cool UI changes to Windows 10 with future 20H1 preview builds. Recent leaks have revealed that Microsoft will add new notification settings and also bring predictive typing in all the places including the “Notepad”.
Posted by “Albacore” on Twitter, the images reveal how the new notification settings different from the old settings page. With the new settings enabled one will be able to sort notification senders and also get more visuals when configuring a particular sender.
Future Windows 10 20H1 builds will introduce some small but pleasant changes to notification settings. You'll be able to sort notification senders & get more visuals when configuring a particular sender. pic.twitter.com/EXsimOJDlT
— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) June 6, 2019
Coming to the predictive typing, it seems the feature will suggest and auto-complete words on the fly as they are typed. This will work inside even the “Notepad”.
More cool Windows 20H1 tidbits? Yes please! Here's predictive typing inside Notepad, of all things. It appears to be quite early but definitely a neat thing to have around pic.twitter.com/aqOCRaWKB3
— Albacore (@thebookisclosed) June 7, 2019
Sounds intuitive? Yes, these features are not only good to have and also add to the usability quotient. It will be interesting to put them to use once these are shipped with a future 20H1 preview build.