On February 5, 2020, Microsoft rolls Windows 10 Build 19559 [20H2] for Insiders in the Fast Ring. This includes quality improvements for certain IMEs, resolves Green Screen of death error, and several others. Windows 10 insiders might now use File Explorer containing RAW, .heic, or .tif files without experiencing any lag.
Moving ahead, a few bugs do occur after applying this release like – “Error 0x8007042b”, “Error 0xc1900101“, etc. Apart from this, the BattlEye or WSL 4860 issues still persist even after installing Windows 10 Build 19559. Let’s explore the general fixes, enhancements, and known issues in detail.
Windows 10 Build 19559 [20H2] Changelog
Here are the key changes that you will avail after installing Build 19559 on your PC –
- Improved IMEs – Chinese (Simplified or Traditional) and Japanese.
- File Explorer may now contain .heic or RAW files without any crashing issue. The same won’t even hang if you ever try deleting large .tif files.
- Fixed System receiving GSOD with KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED error message.
- Users may now install Hyper-V features on either Surface Pro X, Windows 10 Enterprise or Pro Editions.
- Improved Event Viewer.
- No Trouble while using WIN+Up keys to clip top pixels and snap the same to side using WIN+Left/Right keys combination.
A few bugs still occur even after applying Build 19559 to your Windows 10 Device. They are as follows –
- Compatibility Issues on certain games while using anti-cheat programs altogether. BattlEye is one such application where insiders feel difficulty playing games.
- Narrator and NVDA users still face trouble while using latest Chromium Edge version by Microsoft. The problem arises primarily when you attempt to either navigate or read web content.
- Windows 10 Update section still hangs while applying a newer build on the PC.
- A few error may pop in such as – 0x8007042b, 0xc1900101, etc. when Insiders attempt to update their OS.
- Certain IMEs will not appear if you ever upgrade or degrade your existing Windows 10 Build to Higher/Lower versions. If that’s the case, just remove the particular language pack thereafter re-install it back. To do so, browse to the following path – ” Settings > Time & Language > Language > Preferred languages”.
- Recently, a few Windows users have reported about missing Sleep button under Power options. The company is currently looking in to this matter and may provide a resolution to this in an upcoming release.
- Under Privacy, there appears a broken icon and it represents the Document section.
- WSL Issue 4860 will remain even after installing Build 19559 on your computer.
That’s it, we hope you get a clearer picture of what happens after applying this Build to your system.