The latest Microsoft Windows 10 19H1 Insider build is structured around resolving the issue of updates failing on computers with insufficient storage space. From now on, users will be able to get a glimpse into how the operating system manages the available disk space.
Introducing Reserved Storage – through this concept, Windows will reserve about 7GB for the purposes of installing updates. This holds true even for PCs with a limited amount of storage space. Since there have been known issues with updates failing when there was an insufficient amount of storage space available, this is how Microsoft decided to tackle the problem.
According to company officials, Reserved Storage is automatically included on PCs that have 19H1 preinstalled. The same applies to any clean install of 19H1.
Build 18312 includes some additional adjustments and updates to keep in mind. For starters, the “Reset this PC” interface has undergone some changes. There are also some new command line options to play around with, some of which will make the WSL management a tad bit easier.
Of course, there are still some bugs and issues with the build as well as some other minor updates. If you want to know more about the subject, head on over to the official Microsoft blog and read the latest blog post that speaks about them more in detail.
Soon, Windows 10 19H1 will be known as Windows 10 1903. The mainstream user base should be receiving it somewhere around April 2019.