Microsoft announced in a blog post a new Windows Feature Experience Pack that will allow Windows 10 to receive new options in a separate package format, without waiting for the release of the annual major update.
In this way, Microsoft will be able to quickly improve some aspects that are developed independently of the OS. And now, members of the Windows Insider program have access to the first update package, which includes the ability to save a screenshot created by the Win + Shift + S command in a folder, as well as a split keyboard on 2-in-1 devices in portrait mode.
Now the list of improvements is rather modest, but Microsoft promises to expand it in the future. Users will be able to receive such service packs through Windows Update.