Microsoft released Windows 10 20H1 to Insider testers at Fast Ring. This build, (18894), includes some major changes to File Explorer, as well as general fixes and updates.
The company uses a new File Explorer that can search on the Microsoft site and starts testing this feature with some 20H1 builds for Insider testers registered in the Fast Ring.
For the past two years, Microsoft has been trying to integrate its search experience into Windows, Office, Bing and many other services. In Ignite 2018, the company described its plan for a search box that would work "across all applications, Edge, Bing, Windows and Office, so that the search is a matter of one click".
Today's post on the company's blog for Windows 10 20H1 states:
In the coming days we will begin to develop a new File Explorer search experience - now powered by Windows Search. This change will help integrate content from online OneDrive with traditional results. We will try this feature on a small percentage, and then make it available to more Insiders as we improve the quality of the experience.
In addition to the new Explorer Explorer, there are not many new features in today's build build. There are, of course, some fixes and updates that you can read from the company's blog.
Those interested can download the Windows 10 20H1 ISO from its links WZor and rgadguard.