Microsoft on Tuesday rereleased the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), as well as Windows Server 2019 and its Windows Server-as-a-service cousins.

The new feature updates originally had been released on Oct. 2. Microsoft had described this Windows 10 version 1809 release the latest “semiannual targeted channel” version for Windows Update for Business users. However, Microsoft later that week blocked the arrival of bits to individuals and organizations, along with the bits of Windows 10 IoT version 1809, after some users had reported data loss problems.

In terms of Windows 10 version 1809 features, Microsoft is highlighting the dark mode in File Explorer. It also added zoom, text wrapping, Bing search, and find and replace capabilities to Notepad. The clipboard in Windows 10 version 1809 also now permits users to check the clipboard’s history, including copied images. There’s also a keyboard shortcut available in version 1809 that launches the new Snip and Sketch application for capturing and editing screenshots, according to a description in a Microsoft developer blog post.