Windows 10 build 18282 is an interim release as Microsoft works towards finishing the features for the next major release.
First off is the new light theme. This is not enabled by default as Windows will continue with the existing darker theme.
More improvements to the snipping tool with some components to be delivered to 1809 with the remaining window snipping to be delivered with the major release. The delayed snip is a helpful change that many wanted to have available.
Start your snip via your preferred entry point (WIN + Shift + S, Print Screen (if you’ve enabled it), directly from within Snip & Sketch, etc.), and select the window snip option at the top, and snip away! That selection will be remembered the next time you start a snip.
Lots of improvements for printing including the support for the light theme. Also long print names will now wrap instead of being truncated.
Some improvements in Windows updates to better manage work and the update process. Now the updates can be paused for a while pending available time.
Setting your active hours will let Windows know when to avoid rebooting your device. However, we understand some of our users have shifting productivity schedules and remembering to adjust Active hours can be a challenge. Now, Windows can automatically adjust active hours for you based on your device activity. Check the settings to enable it.
Transitioning to battery will no longer change the screen brightness. This can be changed as desired.
Work on the narrator continues and more support for Chrome is now available.
OneDrive now supports the dark theme and it has a new flyout as well.
A boatload of other fixes have been removed the the festering list. Now the wake BSOD problem is finally fixed.