Windows 10 Camera adds document scanning features for Insiders

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Earlier this year, Windows 10 Home users running test builds of the 19H1 (Windows 10 April 2019 update) noticed that Home seemingly got a seven-day pause option.

A lot has been said about Windows 10's update process since the operating system was released back in 2015, but nothing seems to be working for the end user as every now and then some update breaks something for at least some users.

This will send shudders of resigned recognition to all those who lived through the saga of nag screens that plagued Windows 7 and 8.x users when Windows 10 was rolled out as a free upgrade and made it very hard to opt out.

Windows 10 Camera adds document scanning features for Insiders

This week, user "Leopeva64-2" posted on Reddit about seeing the Windows 10 Home 35-day pause option on the latest Windows 10 19H1 build.

Spartan was given a demonstration on-stage, with new features that include the ability to edit, annotate and make notes on web pages before saving and sharing them with others. Hopefully, this approach would work more efficiently than in the case of the October 2018 Update, which was eventually pulled after Microsoft discovered a critical bug potentially causing the removal of user files stored in libraries. Generally, these are resolved within a week or two of the initial release, with Microsoft either reissuing fixed versions of the patches or sometimes blacklisting particular hardware or software combinations that have proven problematic.

"The Windows Insider Program was created to enable Microsoft to test different features and functionality, which will influence future versions of Windows". The newest Windows builds have eliminated the preview watermark from the desktop, indicating that Microsoft is nearing the ultimate launch of 1903.

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