Windows 10 20H2 Insider Preview Build 19645 is now available for the Insiders with new fixes and changes. The experts do provide “Windows users” full control over playing music, movies so that their work doesn’t get affected. Besides, they attempt to fix a few other bugs and errors that first appear on Build 19640 or prior.
On the Insider Preview Build 19645, the company improves the Chinese and Japanese IMEs. Continuing ahead, they provide support for Nested Virtualization on AMD processors, addresses “event log showing error 621” bug, etc. A few known issues still occur on this Build to which Microsoft promised to bring a “fix” in upcoming releases. To view the detailed list of Insider rings (Fast, Soft, RP, ISO), head over to the Flight Hub. Let’s begin –
20H2 Build 19645 Changelog
Here are the key highlights on this insider build –
Improved Audio Controls Feature rolling out to the Public
The audio controls feature introduced way back in April is now rolling out to the general public. This attribute lets you control your music and audio apps using Your Phone app. Users may now fully control “Play music/video” right from the Desktop without disturbing their workflow.
Besides, the audio tracks remain in sync on both – Mobile and PC. Just make sure to regularly update Your Phone Companion and Your Phone app.
There’s has been a few other improvements as well. These are –
- Microsoft finally provided the support for Nested Virtualization on AMD processors.
- The company modifies the servicing model for the Linux kernel inside of the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 distributions. Build 19645 removes the Linux kernel from the Windows image and instead have it be serviced via Microsoft Update, the same way that 3rd party drivers (like graphics, or touchpad drivers) are installed and updated on your machine today. To know more, please read this blog post on the Windows Command Line blog and for information about the kernel version please view the kernel docs page here.
General Fixes on Build 19645
- Improved Chinese and Japanese IMEs.
- Thumbnails on the taskbar may now render consistently.
- Resolves the “event log showing error 621” on Build 19645.
- No issues while attempting to boot from eMMC storage even after resuming from hibernate.
- Addresses the “handwriting input panel not appearing” bug on Windows 10. This usually occurs when you use a pen to write in certain search fields.
- Fixes the Windows Hello Setup crashing issue. In the past, when you were apparently using some facial recognition, there’s no way to choose the “Improve Recognition button“.
- Rectifies an anomaly where resizing a snapped application in tablet mode would minimize the app to the taskbar instead of adjusting the app size.
Known issues on Build 19645
- Users still face a bug wherein the PC simply hangs for extended periods of time while trying out new OS Build.
- Browsing to the “Settings > Privacy the Documents and Downloads sections“, pops up a broken icon (rectangle) next to the page name.
Source – Windows Blog