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Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18323 brings better support for RAW images

25 January 2019 2

Microsoft has announced the release of the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18323 for the Fast Ring insiders. The update brings several new features and the main feature is better support for the RAW images. To make use of it, Microsoft has released a new store-delivered Raw codec package that dramatically improves native raw file format support in Windows. After downloading the package, one can view image thumbnails, previews, and camera metadata of previously unsupported raw files right in File Explorer.

However, there are a few known issues associated with this feature, for instance, “Opening some raw images in Photos app using the new store-delivered raw codec pack gets stuck at low-resolution thumbnail image.

The new build does some improvements to Light Theme which was introduced with the Build 18282. They have fixed many issues which were occurred in the Light Theme, like an issue where the scrollbar in the network flyout wasn’t visible in light them has now been fixed via the Windows 10 Build 18283. The changelog also states that the company is updating the Settings icon to offer dark grey theme in the taskbar when light theme is enabled rather than black.

Apart from these, the Windows 10 Build 18283 brings general changes, improvements, and fixes for PC.

Head over to the source link provided below to check ​the complete changelog.


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