A new Windows 10 build has become available for users enrolled in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider program because the software giant keeps polishing the next feature update for the OS.
Windows 10 build 19569 doesn’t bring any additional features, but only bug fixes and additional improvements in front of the RTM expected sometime the following month.
This new build is really a preview from the 20H1 update, or version 2004, which according to Microsoft’s typical release calendar, should reach RTM in March after which be pushed to production devices in April or May. People acquainted with the matter said the work on this update was finalized in December, and Microsoft has become only attempting to further polish it before the official launch.
No additional features, obviously
Today’s build introduces a series of fixes (which are embedded in the changelog below), including for errors experienced with virtual machines. Microsoft explains:
“We resolved an issue where SCSI drivers weren’t being recognized with certain third-party virtual machines, which was causing c1900191 errors on these units. We’re continuing to investigate additional c1900191 errors on other devices.”
This build also corrects some Start menu reliability issues, as well as OneDrive glitches that caused high CPU usage on some devices.
As far as the known issues are concerned, one of these affects the brand new Microsoft Edge browser and accessibility.
“We understand Narrator and NVDA users that seek the latest release of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium can experience some difficulty when navigating and reading certain web content. Narrator, NVDA and also the Edge teams know about these issues. Users of legacy Microsoft Edge won’t be affected. NVAccess has released a NVDA 2019.3 that resolves the known problem with Edge,” Microsoft says.
The brand new build can be downloaded at this time by users within the Fast ring from Windows Update.