Microsoft pushes Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.3530.0 to the Beta & Release Preview Channels
Microsoft quietly launched the Windows Feature Experience Pack before, but no one knew what it was at the beginning. However, we guessed at the time that the Windows Feature Experience Pack might be an update package for the front-end interface, which allows Microsoft to release features to users through Microsoft Store at any time.
Later, Microsoft also released a description of the Feature Experience Pack. Simply put, the Feature Experience Pack is to separate the operating system functions and product updates and push them through Microsoft Store.
That is to say, when Microsoft needs to add or update certain functions, there is no need to update through major versions, and the update can be completed directly through the Feature Experience Pack.
Microsoft has released multiple updates to the Windows Feature Experience Pack through Microsoft Store, but most of the previous updates were just a version number and did not bring actual functional changes.
It was not until the end of last year that Microsoft released the functional experience package to improve the screenshot function, and today Microsoft released the fourth version with actual functions. This update is “improving the reliability of displaying the candidate list for users of the Input Method Editor (IME)“.
Especially the simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean input methods are greatly affected, but it remains to be seen whether the input method problems have been completely resolved.
At present, the Feature Experience Pack is provided in preview form to Windows 10 Beta & Release Preview Channels for testing. After the test is no problem, it will be directly pushed to stable version users.
The version number of the Windows Feature Experience Pack launched this time is 120.2212.3530.0, which is currently only available to users of the Windows 10 Beta & Release Preview Channels.
Users do not need to do anything to get this update. The Feature Experience Pack itself is put on the Microsoft Store in the form of a separate installation package to perform updates through the store.