Windows 10 Build 19033 [20H1] comes out to the Insiders in BOTH the Fast ring and Slow ring carrying plenty of fixes, changes, and improvements. With this specific update, the team expert eventually introduces the 20H1 update’s version number in 2004. According to the company, it went with version 2004 to bypass the confusion with previous products, like Windows Server 2003.
Moreover, the Microsoft team also says that it’s preparing to start releasing new builds from its RS_PRERELEASE development branch to the Fast ring. Insiders who want to evade any uncertainty will prefer to switch to the Slow ring if they desire to stay on 20H1. Along with known issues, Windows 10 Build 19033 removes the watermark from the bottom-right edge of the Desktop.
Windows 10 Build 19033 [20H1] changes and improvements
Here is the changelog –
- As per the expert team, you will not see the watermark at the lower right-hand corner of the desktop. However, it doesn’t mean they have done it.
- With this build, the company finally provides, 20H1’s officially version number ‘2004’. They have decided to use 2004 as the version to mitigate the confusion with any previous product names. For instance – Windows Server 2003.
- The company resolved an issue that could result in Settings crashing for some users if you navigated to About when in Safe Mode.
- They fixed an issue resulting in some paired Bluetooth audio devices surprisingly exhibiting with a cellphone icon in Bluetooth Settings.
- The team settles down an issue where preferred Focus Assist automatic rules settings weren’t persisting upgrade.
- You will not confront issues where using the WIN + P shortcut twice in a row could result in ShellExperienceHost crashing.
- The tech expert also resolved an issue that could result in the Start menu crashing on launch if a Windows update was pending restart.
- Windows 10 team settles down an issue where if you were using night light and weren’t already signed into a Microsoft Account, and subsequently attached your MSA, it would result in night light no longer working.
- With this build, the Magnifier.exe will not crash. It mainly used to happen if you quickly toggled Magnifier on and back off in Settings.
- Furthermore, the tech giant is eliminating the known issue that Settings still isn’t available outside of launching through the URI (ms-settings:). The fast ring insiders who are on the influenced build range, need to reset their device.
- Microsoft team resolved an issue where you wouldn’t be able to type Chinese punctuation with the Pinyin IME after moving focus to and from a password field.
- Several users may have encountered error 80092004 while trying to install build 19025.1052. This was isolated to that specific Cumulative Update and should not hamper installing build 19033.
- The company has settled down an issue resulting in Start Code 38 with some specific external USB 3.0 drives.
- BattlEye and Microsoft technicians have observed inconsistency issues because of the changes in the OS. This alteration is between “some Insider Preview builds and certain versions of BattlEye anti-cheat software”. To safeguard Insiders who might have these versions installed on their PC, the company has implemented a consistency hold on these devices from being offered affected builds of Windows Insider Preview. You can see this article for details.
- The company studied the update process reports hanging for extended periods of time when attempting to install a new build.
- After installing printer drivers from the Optional Updates segment, they are still confronting the same driver as available for install. Microsoft is looking into the issue.
- Moreover, certain external USB 3.0 drives not responding with Start Code 10 after they’re connected.