Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19603 Releases: File Explorer Integration in the WSL

There are many problems in the previous version. Microsoft suspended the new Windows 10 Insider Preview last week. Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19603 released this week has new features and is also fixed for various problems.

The most notable aspect of this new feature is that File Explorer Integration in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) makes it easier to find files.

In order to facilitate developers to use this update to integrate the file management of the WSL subsystem into the resource manager, users will see the icon when they open the resource manager.

After clicking this icon, it will directly jump to the root directory corresponding to the WSL subsystem, and then here developers can find various files of the subsystem more conveniently.

Free up disk space with this Storage Settings feature is a new cleaning tool used by Microsoft to replace the disk cleaning tool. Free up disk space can automatically detect redundant files in the system and be cleaned by users.

Microsoft can’t predict which files users need to delete and keep which files, so under normal circumstances, Microsoft will not actively help users perform cleaning to avoid accidental injuries.

In order to improve the user experience, Microsoft has added a new recommended cleaning option, which will directly list the space and cache occupied by all applications that support cleaning.

Users only need to click on the prompts in this option to complete the cleaning, which relatively makes it easier for users.