Microsoft releases Windows 10 20H1 Insider Preview Build 19041 ts its Insiders in the Fast as well as Slow Rings. Installing this, one may get a glimpse of what’s going to change in Windows 10 2004, May 2020 Update.
In this post, we discuss the general changelog that appears on Insider Build 19041.1 along with improvements, fixes, and a few known issues. Let’s explore this Insider Preview release in detail –
Insider Build 19041 Changelog
Here are the key changes that came along with the 20H1 Insider Build 19041 –
Quick Searches go international
Microsoft introduced a new feature for its insiders – Quick Search. They aim to enhance the search capabilities making it fast and easy to find web answers and results. This feature is now available for the following languages –
- Australia: English
- Canada: English and French
- China: Chinese (Simplified)
- France: French
- Germany: German
- India: English
- Italy: Italian
- Japan: Japanese
- Mexico: Spanish
- Spain: Spanish
- United Kingdom: English
- United States: English
One may use this quick search to get information related to weather, top news, today in history, nearby Movies, etc. By default, this will provide any four of these or you can make a selection manually.
Note: This is a server-side change that’s currently rolling out and will appear for users across builds from version 1809 to 20H1 in supported markets.
General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC
- You won’t find the Build watermark available at the bottom right corner.
- Resolves 0xc1900101 error that occurs while upgrading to recent builds.
- Addresses an anomaly that appears while logging into secondary accounts.
- Build 19041 works upon a bug that causes Japanese IME to hide the candidate window when using reconversion.
- The “Win32 apps experiencing an unexpected increase in CPU usage” issue stands solved after installing this build version. This bug occurs mainly when you open the “Common File dialog” and left it idle for several minutes.
There appear a few bugs on this build version as well. They are as follows –
- The incompatibility issue that occurs on account of using the BattlEye anti-cheat program still exists. For the time being, Microsoft has applied a compatibility hold on certain devices that face this issue during an OS change.
- Microsoft is aware of the situation wherein the update process hangs for extended periods of time. They are currently looking into this matter and may release a resolution to this in future flights.
- Using the “What’s New” feature button in the Narrator Home may crash the system.
- The tech giant is currently looking into the matter that claims optimization never runs on a few devices.
- They are also looking into reports that suggest USB 3.0 drives not responding with Start Code 10.