Windows 10 is the Microsoft operating system that typically receives substantial updates twice a year.
In 2018, the software was updated in April and October and it is assumed that Microsoft will follow a similar timeline this year.
Before new iterations of the operating system are delivered to all users, the American technology giant offers an overview of the features through its Windows Insider Program.
The Windows Insider Program is an initiative that fans can sign up to offer early versions of new versions of Windows 10.
While the software brings new additions, it's worth noting that more bugs are generally present overall.
Microsoft recently announced its new version of Windows 10 Insider, which brings a number of notable changes to the fans.
First, the Redmond-based company is "decoupling" its search bar and Cortana, its virtual assistant.
This means that instead of being able to use as part of the same tool, the search bar will exist for the queries the user wants to type, while the wizard can recognize the voice commands when a separate toggle is pressed.
Microsoft insisted that the change was made to "allow each experiment to innovate independently".
The technology giant continued: "In the future, we will unlink Research and Cortana in the taskbar.
"This will enable each experiment to independently innovate to better serve their target audiences and use cases.
"Some Insiders have had this update for a few weeks, and we welcome all the feedback we've received about it so far. For those new to this update, when it's released to you, you'll find it by clicking the Now search box on the taskbar , we have launched our experience focused on delivering the best home search experience and clicking on the Cortana icon will launch you directly into our first digital voice assistant experience. "
In addition, the company stated that the settings menu for each function was separated as well.
Microsoft also insisted that it is working to improve the reliability of the Start menu of the subscription.
He explained that he is working to make it better by creating a new process for it in the backend of the software.
Discussing the repercussions of such a move, the technology giant said: "This has a number of benefits, including simplification of debugging and insulation. Start from possible problems that affect other surfaces.
"This has worked as an experiment for a few weeks and we have seen measurable improvements in reliability among the people who have the change, so we are distributing it to everyone."
In addition, Microsoft also noted that it has introduced a new system to facilitate the management of fonts for fans.
He continued: "Insiders today can now drag and drop source files from File Explorer to the modern Definitions > Sources page to install them.
"After installation, click the font on the Font page to see the different fonts associated with the font and all font details.
Finally, the American technology giant insisted on making the Windows Insider Program settings page easier to navigate thanks to the removal of the clutter.
All of the new features discussed above are available in the preview version of Windows 10 Insider 18317, which is now being released.