Another week, another new Windows 10 build for Insiders to take for a test drive. This time around we have Windows 10 build 18965 to deal with, though it only comes with a single new feature.

As in, there is not a lot new in this version of the preview.

You can check out the details here, but basically, the only noteworthy new option is in Settings to lets apps be restarted when the user sings out and back in again. Pretty small addition, as far as additions go, but there you have it.

Can’t have the world every time, right?

Build 18965 Restart Apps

Microsoft terms this as control over restarting apps at sign-in. Applications can register for restart, and this actually is helpful in a few situations like enabling you to get back to what you were doing if you need to restart your PC.

This option is not exactly new, though.

Previously it was tied to the “Use my sign-in info to automatically finish setting up my device” option under Sign-in options in accounts settings. But Redmond now provides more explicit control over when Windows automatically restarts apps that were open when you restart your PC

As you can guess, this option will roll out with 20H1, and can prove to be quiet a lifesaver in certain cases for some users.

Build 18965 Feedback Hub

Additionally, there are some UI changes to the Feedback Hub, with new interface elements for feedback search to go with options for reporting similar feedback. There is also a new achievement page, which you can take a glance at below.

Build 18965 Badges

This relatively small changelog is not surprising, expected even.

And that is because the last week release landed on Friday, and the build number is only slightly higher than build 18963. Still, if you like to test Windows 10 preview builds on your system, then this one is another neat addition to check out.

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