"As of today's build you'll now be able to manage your disks and volumes from within the Settings app," said Brandon LeBlanc, a senior program manager for the Windows Insider Program.
Users will be able to view disk information, create and format volumes, and assign drive letters. The new Disk Management experience in the Settings app enhances accessibility features and integrates more tightly with the RAID-like Storage Spaces disk protection software and the Windows 10 Storage breakdown page.
Storage Spaces is a feature of Windows and Windows Server that supports systems with multiple drives and lets users bundle up separate drives to create a pool of storage space and protect data from drive failures.
To test the new take on Disk Management, users can go to Settings > System > Storage and click Manage Disks and Volumes.
For now the current Disk Management Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in is still available for people who need it.
It's not clear whether Microsoft plans to continue with the Tips app at a later stage or reformulate the experience with some future tools.
According to Le Blanc, it was a "trial run" to get feedback and gauge interest and was "specific only to Build 20190". Insiders will definitely not see the Tips app in newer builds, but LeBlanc notes that participants "may see other experiences like this one on newer builds coming soon".