The company issued a statement in which it said that starting in Windows 10, version 1803, Windows will not automatically back up the system registry to the RegBack folder anymore. The Insider Channels were pushed to that build and everyone wondered if Windows 10 version 1909 would simply be skipped or be a smaller upgrade. For the next major Windows 10 update, Microsoft is promising it won't break anything and it will be doing that by making that update less features. Coming in at build 18362.1, this release will only be available to Windows Insiders now enrolled in the Slow Ring. Going forward, these updates will continue to contain the same improvements and fixes released for the May 2019 Update in addition to new 19H2 changes. It will use one that is "less disruptive" and faster in terms of rollout speed. Moreover, the user should have installed May 2019 update prior to proceeding to install the new build. Microsoft seems to focus development on smaller changes and improvements, and revealed that it aims for a September 2019 release.
In a rather rare occurrence, Microsoft blogged about its plans for the next Windows 10 feature update, internally codenamed 19H2. Windows 10 19H2 will include a scoped set of features for select performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements and will be delivered to customers running the May 2019 Update using servicing technology (like the monthly Cumulative Update process). The company revealed that there are no new features included with the Windows 10 19H2 build. However, it brought completely new delivery mechanism. Microsoft does not intend for this release to have any blockbuster new features or changes.
Baez hits grand slam, Cubs beat Reds 6-0 behind Quintana
Jason Heyward is 13-for-33 with three doubles, a triple, three home runs and eight RBIs over the last 10 games for Chicago. He is 4-4 with a 4.70 ERA, a 1.366 WHIP, 23 walks and 77 strikeouts over 74.2 innings of action on the year.