Microsoft recently released Windows 10 20H1 Build 18392 to insiders in the Fast Ring. While this build brings many new features and changes which are duly listed by Microsoft in the changelog, there are more hidden/unknown features that this build brings with itself.

We earlier reported about 20H1 getting the “virtual desktop renaming” feature and with Build 18392 it seems to be possible now. This has been reported by well-known Microsoft enthusiast Albacore on twitter.

Another cool feature that is available yet hidden in the Build 18392 is a “Lock screen Bing search box” that can be enabled by tweaking registry.

Microsoft may have found yet another way to get more users to try and use the Bing search this way. Windows 10 20H1 is looking like a big update for Windows 10 much bigger than Windows 10 19H2 and may be that’s why Microsoft started early with its development and feedback.