New Insider Preview also brings measures against unnecessary distractions
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So Windows 10 gets tons of new Emojis donated. This results from support for the upcoming Emoji 12 standard. Since this is not yet finalized, the whole thing is still piecemeal. In future test versions, the offer will therefore be further expanded.
In addition, the preview brings improvements to the notification wizard, and those that are designed to avoid unnecessary distractions. For example, there is a new option that does not allow you to see any notifications in full-screen view. There is one exception, however: Important alarms should still be displayed. In addition, users can set their own restrictions – for example, to hide notifications only when playing or sharing the screen with others.
The Action Center also provides some detail enhancements. So a screen brightness control has been added that replaces the previous one. In addition, the quick actions can now be re-sorted directly in the Action Center.
The new trial version is immediately available to participants of the insider preview program. To the broad mass of the users the whole thing will then be delivered with an update in the first half of 2019.