Windows 10 build 18305 Windows Sandbox and Recommended Troubleshooting
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Hands-on video review with Windows 10 build 18305

The last preview of Windows 10 (build 18305) for 2018 delivers Windows Sandbox, password-less authentication, automatic troubleshooting, tweaks, and a lot more.

Windows 10 build 18305 recently started rolling out to participants of the Windows Insider Program, and in this video review, we look at the new features and improvements coming in the first half of 2019.

In this preview, part of the 19H1 development, Windows 10 is introducing Windows Sandbox, which is a feature designed to run untrusted apps in an isolated environment that will prevent affecting your device. You’ll minor tweaks to the Start menu to simplify the experience. The Settings app shows up with a new homepage that includes a new header design to help users finish their Windows setup and quickly access some of the most frequently used settings. 

Windows Security gets updated with an improved Protection history experience, and there’s a new Tamper Protection feature to provide additional protections against security changes. You can now sign in and finish setting up an new account on Windows 10 without the need of a password. Recommended Troubleshooting is now fully functional, and a lot more.

If you’re not planning to download this preview, or you simply want to see what Microsoft has been working for the next version, watch the hands-on video with all the new changes for Windows 10.

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You can also check the review for Windows 10 build 18298: