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What’s new in Windows 10, version 1909

The next feature update for Windows 10 (known in the Windows Insider Program as 19H2) will be a scoped set of features for select performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements. To deliver these updates in a less disruptive fashion, we will deliver this feature update in a new way, using servicing technology (like the monthly update process) for customers running the May 2019 Update who choose to update to the new release. For more details on how we will be releasing this feature update–please read this blog post from John Cable. When 19H2 is officially released, it will be referred to as “version 1909.”

The following new features are being introduced as part of this update.

This update will be published to WSUS so that customers can deploy and manage Insider Preview builds alongside their standard ConfigMan/WSUS approach. See this blog post for details.

We are offering pre-release support for 19H2 offered to Windows Insider Program for Business (WIP4Biz) customers who face blocking issues that prevent them from feature evaluation or device use. See this article for details.

Windows containers require matched host and container version. This restricts customers and limits Windows containers from supporting mixed-version container pod scenarios This update includes 5 fixes to address this and allow the host to run down-level containers on up-level for process (Argon) isolation.

A fix to allow OEMs to reduce the inking latency based on the hardware capabilities of their devices rather than being stuck with latency selected on typical hardware configuration by the OS.

Key-rolling or Key-rotation feature enables secure rolling of Recovery passwords on MDM managed AAD devices upon on demand request from Microsoft Intune/MDM tools or upon every time recovery password is used to unlock the BitLocker protected drive. This feature will help prevent accidental recovery password disclosure as part of manual BitLocker drive unlock by users.

A change to enable third-party digital assistants to voice activate above the Lock screen.

You can now quickly create an event straight from the Calendar flyout on the Taskbar. Just select the date and time at the lower right corner of the Taskbar to open the Calendar flyout and pick your desired date and start typing in the text box–you’ll now see inline options to set a time and location.

The navigation pane on the Start menu now expands when you hover over it with your mouse to better inform where clicking goes.

We have added friendly images to show what is meant by “banner” and “Action Center” when adjusting the notifications on apps in order to make these settings more approachable and understandable.

Notifications settings under Settings > System > Notifications will now default to sorting notification senders by most recently shown notification, rather than sender name. This makes it easier to find and configure frequent and recent senders. We have also added a setting to turn off playing sound when notifications appear.

We now show the options to configure and turn off notifications from an app/website right on the notification, both as a banner and in Action Center.

We have added a “Manage notifications” button to the top of Action Center that launches the main “Notifications & actions” Settings page.

We have added additional debugging capabilities for newer Intel processors. This is only relevant for hardware manufacturers.

We have made general battery life and power efficiency improvements for PCs with certain processors.

A CPU may have multiple “favored” cores (logical processors of the highest available scheduling class). To provide better performance and reliability, we have implemented a rotation policy that distributes work more fairly among these favored cores.

We have enabled Windows Defender Credential Guard for ARM64 devices for additional protection against credential theft for enterprises deploying ARM64 devices in their organizations.

We have enabled the ability for enterprises to supplement the Windows 10 in S Mode policy to allow traditional Win32 (desktop) apps from Microsoft Intune.

We’re updating the search box in File Explorer to now be powered by Windows Search. This change will help integrate your OneDrive content online with the traditional indexed results. More details here.

We have added the ability for Narrator and other assistive technologies to read and learn where the FN key is located on keyboards and what state it is in (locked versus unlocked).

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doitian released this Apr 24, 2020

This version is compatible with v0.25.0 and above. However, it is recommended to upgrade the node, since we will only release security patches based on the latest release.

  • GHSA-q669-2vfg-cxcg: Fix undefined behavior that dereference an unaligned pointer. (@yangby-cryptape)

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doitian released this Apr 17, 2020 · 1 commit to bce2d46189ae03d1ed0b03afcfc61b77be6356ae since this release

This version is compatible with v0.25.0 and above. However, it is recommended to upgrade the node, since we will only release security patches based on the latest release.

This version has improved the chain sync speed a lot, see changes log for details.

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Changes since v0.30.2

Sync Improvements

  • #1947: Repair using of snapshot (@zhangsoledad)
  • #1959: Improve get_ancestor efficiency (@keroro520)
  • #1957: Concurrent download blocks on ibd (@driftluo)
  • #1966: Enhanced locator (@driftluo)
  • #1961: Fix bug on last common marked (@driftluo)
  • #1985: Speed up fetch collect (@driftluo)
  • #1979: Fix build_skip performance bug (@TheWaWaR)

Features

#1954: Add detect-asm feature to script (@xxuejie)

#1955: Bump CKB VM to fix a performance regression (@xxuejie)

#1948: Use module disable error instead of method not found (@driftluo)

#1940: Add a feature to enable jemalloc profiling (@yangby-cryptape)

#1923: Network upgrade to async (@driftluo)

#1978: Built-in miner should support https RPC URL (@quake)

#1958: Log more sync and relay metrics (@keroro520)

#1992: Add an option to control how many blocks the miner has to mine (@yangby-cryptape)

Filter metrics via log_enabled! inside metric! .

Bug Fixes

  • #1977: Fix false positive in IllTransactionChecker (@xxuejie)
  • #1996: Wait for RPC server to cleanup on shutdown (@zhangsoledad)
  • #1997: Orphan_block_pool should record block origin (@zhangsoledad)

doitian released this Apr 3, 2020

ckb 0.31.0-pre (c900439 2020-04-02)

This is an RC version to preview the changes in the next release.

This is the first RC of the next release, which contains many sync improvements.

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* Windows support is experimental.

Sync Improvements

  • #1947: Repair using of snapshot (@zhangsoledad)
  • #1959: Improve get_ancestor efficiency (@keroro520)
  • #1957: Concurrent download blocks on ibd (@driftluo)
  • #1966: Enhanced locator (@driftluo)
  • #1961: Fix bug on last common marked (@driftluo)
  • #1985: Speed up fetch collect (@driftluo)
  • #1979: Fix build_skip performance bug (@TheWaWaR)

Features

#1954: Add detect-asm feature to script (@xxuejie)

#1955: Bump CKB VM to fix a performance regression (@xxuejie)

#1948: Use module disable error instead of method not found (@driftluo)

#1940: Add a feature to enable jemalloc profiling (@yangby-cryptape)

#1923: Network upgrade to async (@driftluo)

#1978: Built-in miner should support https RPC URL (@quake)

#1958: Log more sync and relay metrics (@keroro520)

#1992: Add an option to control how many blocks the miner has to mine (@yangby-cryptape)

Filter metrics via log_enabled! inside metric! .

Bug Fixes

  • #1977: Fix false positive in IllTransactionChecker (@xxuejie)
  • #1996: Wait for RPC server to cleanup on shutdown (@zhangsoledad)
  • #1997: Orphan_block_pool should record block origin (@zhangsoledad)

nervos-bot-user released this Apr 2, 2020

This version is compatible with v0.25.0 and above. However, it is recommended to upgrade the node, since we will only release security patches based on the latest release.

This version has backported several fixings on synchronization issues.

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The .asc files are signatures. It is wise and more secure to check out for the files integrity.

Changes since v0.30.1

Bug Fixes

  • #1989: Fix build_skip performance bug (@TheWaWaR)

doitian released this Mar 30, 2020

ckb 0.31.0-pre (81951c5 2020-03-27)

This is an RC version to preview the changes in the next release.

This is another preview which contains several chain sync improvements.

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Chain Sync Improvements

#1985: Speed up fetch collect (@driftluo)

Speed up fetch collect

#1979: Fix build_skip performance bug (@TheWaWaR)

When build skip list want a header not exists in header map, we should get it from main chain directly, otherwise it will search it by parent hash linearly.

Features

  • #1923: Network upgrades to async (@driftluo)
  • #1978: Built-in miner should support https RPC URL (@quake)
  • #1958: Log more sync and relay metrics (@keroro520)

Bug Fixes

  • #1977: Fix false positive in IllTransactionChecker (@xxuejie)

doitian released this Mar 23, 2020

This version is compatible with v0.25.0 and above. However, it is recommended to upgrade the node, since we will only release security patches based on the latest release.

This release resets testnet aggron genesis hash to 0x63547ecf6fc22d1325980c524b268b4a044d49cda3efbd584c0a8c8b9faaf9e1

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doitian released this Mar 22, 2020

This is an RC version to preview the changes in the next release.

This preview contains many improvements to the block sync.

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Block Sync Improvements

#1957: Concurrent download blocks on ibd (@driftluo)

As the chain height rises gradually, the synchronization duration increases linearly. This PR is the beginning of improving the synchronization time.

After allowing ibd multi-node download, the premise of enabling multi-node download is to update the best-known header of the corresponding node as soon as possible.

#1961: Fix bug on last common marked (@driftluo)

Fix the stuttering problem of multi-node download on ibd concurrent download and no-ibd concurrent download.

#1959: Improve get_ancestor efficiency (@keroro520)

Features

#1954: Add detect-asm feature to script (@xxuejie)

#1948: Use module disable error instead of method not found (@driftluo)

#1946: Use the same memory allocator for all codes (@yangby-cryptape)

#1940: Add a feature to enable jemalloc profiling (@yangby-cryptape)

memory cellset is useless burden, ckb-bench#9 shows it didn’t have much effect, but will increasing amounts of memory infinity.

doitian released this Mar 20, 2020

This version is compatible with v0.25.0 and above. However, it is recommended to upgrade the node, since we will only release security patches based on the latest release.

Breaking Changes

#1939: Add new response field min_fee_rate in RPC tx_pool_info (@driftluo)

BREAKING CHANGE: RPC interface

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Changes since v0.29.0

Features

#1848: Add a new json rpc method get_block_economic_state (@yangby-cryptape)

Replace the JSON-RPC method [ get_cellbase_output_capacity_details ].

#1915: Reject new scripts with known bugs (@xxuejie)

For compatibility reasons, there’re certain bugs that we have to leave
to the next hardfork to fix. However those bugs, especially VM bugs
might lead to surprising unexpected behaviors. This change adds a new
checker that checks against newly created cells for scripts with bugs,
and reject those transaction when we can. This way we can alert users
about the bugs as early as we can.

Improvements

#1856: Define StatusCode to indicate the result of sync operation (@keroro520)

Learned from HTTP Response, use StatusCode to indicate the result of sync-operation, try to replace original Result .

#1941: Uses feature flags to enable deadlock detection (@zhangsoledad)

we should disable deadlock detection by default.
use the deadlock_detection feature flag enable deadlock detection.

#1931: Collect metrics by logger (@keroro520)

Bug Fixes

  • #1916: Transaction should be relayed when node connects peers (@quake)
  • #1921: Estimate_fee RPC error msg (@jjyr)
  • #1922: CKBProtocolContext#connected_peers should filter peers by protocol id (@quake)
  • #1950: Fix incorrect error messages for JSON uints (@yangby-cryptape)

doitian released this Feb 26, 2020

This is an RC version to preview the changes in the next release.

Breaking Changes

#1939: Add new response field min_fee_rate in RPC tx_pool_info (@driftluo)

BREAKING CHANGE: RPC interface

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Linux x64 glibc, libstdc++ tarball PGP
CentOS x64 glibc, libstdc++, openssl tarball PGP
Windows* x64 VC++ Redistributable zip PGP
Docker dockerhub

* Windows support is experimental.

Features

#1848: Add a new json rpc method get_block_economic_state (@yangby-cryptape)

Replace the JSON-RPC method [ get_cellbase_output_capacity_details ].

#1915: Reject new scripts with known bugs (@xxuejie)

For compatibility reasons, there’re certain bugs that we have to leave
to the next hardfork to fix. However those bugs, especially VM bugs
might lead to surprising unexpected behaviors. This change adds a new
checker that checks against newly created cells for scripts with bugs,
and reject those transaction when we can. This way we can alert users
about the bugs as early as we can.

Improvements

#1856: Define StatusCode to indicate the result of sync operation (@keroro520)

Learned from HTTP Response, use StatusCode to indicate the result of sync-operation, try to replace original Result .

#1941: Uses feature flags to enable deadlock detection (@zhangsoledad)

we should disable deadlock detection by default.
use the deadlock_detection feature flag enable deadlock detection.

#1931: Collect metrics by logger (@keroro520)

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DraqueT released this Apr 13, 2020 · 5 commits to master since this release

Heyo, conlangers! This is a fairly minor release, covering a few bugs that have popped up in the last few releases and making some behind the scenes updates to code.

  • Much better communication regarding incomplete alphabets to users.
  • Significant font related issues relating to PDF creation.
  • Scenarios where broken/incomplete alphabetic ordering could cause PolyGlot files not to load.
  • Export to Excel broke in certain computer setups. Upgrading to new Apache POI version corrects this.

DraqueT released this Mar 26, 2020 · 14 commits to master since this release

Heyo! This is a minor update to the last release. Only a few things to report.

  • Updated iText to the newest version (should fix a few print to PDF issues)
  • Fixes bug that prevented users from deleting declension dimensions after they’re created
  • Corrects error that corrupts the path of recently loaded files

DraqueT released this Mar 21, 2020 · 20 commits to master since this release

Heyo, all! Welcome to version 3.1.1 of PolyGlot! This release focuses on quality of life for users and bug fixes. There are some fun new features, but overall I am hoping that this version will serve to smooth out the general experience of using PolyGlot. The upgrade past Java 8 involved rewriting massive amounts of the codebase, and some new bugs were introduced (all of which are hopefully quashed with this release!). Additionally, I wanted to get a release out for folks who are bummed out by having to stay inside due to Covid and looking for a new toy to play with. Please be safe everyone! There’s nothing more socially isolating than working on a conlang, so enjoy!

DraqueT released this Nov 26, 2019 · 108 commits to master since this release

Hey, all! Welcome to version 3.0 of PolyGlot! I have put a massive amount of effort into this one, so I hope that everyone enjoys it. Two elements have been my focus this time more than anything else.

PolyGlot is now upgraded past Java 8 and up to Java 12. This means that it can now be compiled to runnable images, and you will no longer have to worry about having Java on your system* to run the program. It can now be installed and run regardless of whether you have the JVM. It also fixes a lot of bugs surrounding fonts and general OS integration that have been left to languish in Java 8. This will make for a much smoother ride moving forward. It also means that you will need to download the correct version PolyGlot for your OS, so please be aware. The dmg file is for OSX, the deb file for Linux, and the exe for Windows. Each may be used to install for your respective system.

I have done a LOT of work on the Auto Conjugation system. There were a couple of frustrating bugs that have been ironed out, but there is also a significant new feature. The Simplified Auto-conjugation window is now available to be selected. If you have a single transformation per word form that is applied universally, then this feature will make life many, many times simpler for you. Additionally, there are buttons on this screen which will automatically set up prefix and postfix style conjugation patterns in regex for you. On both the Simplified and Classic Auto-conjugation screens is a menu button which opens the conjugation test window. This will allow you to apply the selected rule to any text it is given, with debug-information below which lays out the exact path PolyGlot took to conjugate your word. For anyone looking to create complex conjugation rules, this tool should be invaluable.

Additional features include an integrated Swadesh list import tool and a recovery tool. The Swadesh import feature will allow you to pull template words into your lexicon which are based on a list of very basic words. Additionally, you may write your own list which can be read and populated from later. The recovery tool protects your files in the case that your computer loses power or freezes just as it is saving your work. If this happens, you will be prompted to load from a local recovery file the next time PolyGlot opens. And last, for anyone using Linux, PolyGlot’s compatibility has been restored!

* With the exception of print to PDF. The library I use for this is firmly entrenched in J8, though I am hoping it will eventually move forward.

  • Swadesh import list tool added
  • Simplified Auto-conjugation Window implemented
  • Conjugation Test/Debug Window implemented
  • Conjugation rules debugging tool added (makes complex rules worlds easier to create)
  • Platform dependent installers implemented
  • Mid-save-freeze recovery system added
  • More advanced CSV styes supported (quote encapsulation, etc.)
  • Went through all labels and displays to find typos (yikes. way too many)
  • Autogen Override automatically selected if no conjugation rules exist for word
  • Save dialog appears at more reasonable time when opening new file (if one is already open)
  • Upgraded to Java 12.
  • Build time added to about screen
  • Created packaging system/instruction readme to make it easier for other devs looking to work on PolyGlot
  • Increase code compliance/clean up nonstandard naming schemes
  • Expanded testing significantly
  • Massive refactors/code cleanup under the hood. hopefully will help make future bugs less frequent and easier to find
  • Quality of life adjustments made to lexicon filter
  • Implemented collapsable filter (same style as Lexicon) for the Logographs screen
  • LINUX COMPATIBILITY RESTORED!
  • Lexicon «Conjugations» call changes Conjugation/Declension Autogeneration Rule Order
  • Combo box text will print over edge of box if too long on Grammar screen
  • PolyGlot sometimes fails to save user selected font after having been loaded properly (displays correctly until closed/reopened)
  • Reversion of complex conjugation rules on close of window
  • Add/remove buttons have swapped position on Grammar chapter list.
  • Hitting Ctrl+S to save results in PolyGlot saving two times
  • Font size in menu Options not functioning properly
  • Description text in Print to PDF menu remains grey even after it has been updated by user
  • Margin click in IPA tool erases characters
  • HTML is printed into PDFs under certain circumstances
  • Significant problems with logography section. Lots of old/bad code ripped out/replaced.
  • Load image from clipboard in logography section broken on OSX
  • Correct conlang label in grammar section dropdown (always says «Charis,» regardless of user selected font)
  • Screen refresh on load of file does not fire on some screens
  • Pasting tab character into grammar text field persistently breaks its contents
  • Checkboxes on phonology screen did not respect style or font size of PolyGlot/user options
  • Some menus ignored user selected menu font size
  • Character macros were applied to all fields instead of exclusively to conlang fields
  • The search filter would pop behind the menu at times

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