Windows 10 Build 18941 [20H1] Features, improvements, Fixes

Windows 10 Build 18941 comes out to the Insiders in the Fast ring carrying a bunch of fixes, changes. The Release Preview contains the updated version of the Korean IME to enhance the typing experience in Windows. Additionally, after installing this update, you will notice that the company has also improved the algorithm used for text prediction. Text suggestions should now be more accurate and relevant to what you are writing.

 

Being into the Skip Ahead ring, you’re able to straightaway get Build 18941 20H1 via Windows Update. For this, just go to the Windows Settings app and expand the Update & Security category. Subsequently, click on the ‘Check for updates’ button and let download the build 18941 on your machine.

Windows 10 Build 18941 [20H1]

Windows 10 Build 18941 [20H1] Highlights of Features, improvements, Fixes

Here is the Changelog –

Updating the Korean IME

With this build, Microsoft team comprises the updated versions of Korean IME to all Insiders in the Fast ring. This will modernize and enhance the typing experience in Windows. In this development cycle, the changes will be most noticeable if you write in Hanja language.

  • Typing very fast in Notepad may cause the IME to stop working. If you encounter this issue, restarting Notepad should resolve it.
  • Besides, when you press hotkeys, in the middle of writing a Hangul letter has the incompatible performance across apps.

General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC

  • You will not confront with lag when using the previous flight.
  • While launching a File Explorer in a OneDrive folder, the explorer.exe will no longer crash.
  • Windows Insider team solved the Windows update settings page issue. When you searched for “Advanced options” in Windows Update, the result would launch to the main Windows Update Settings page instead.
  • Here, another issue that has been fixed with this Windows 10 Build 18941 is Settings would crash. This problem occurred when you hit the microphone section under Privacy Settings while audio recording.

Known Issues in Windows 10 Build 18941 [20H1]

  • This update may fail the first time you make an attempt to download it. It will display an error code c1900101.
  • In a previous version of the Build, there was a significant concern of the anti-cheat program uses with games. Although, when you update to the latest 1903, you may encounter some crashes experience the PC. With the partners, the Microsoft is working on to receive their software updated with a fix also most of the games have released patches to hinder PCs from confronting this issue. To mitigate the likelihood of running into this issue, make sure that your device is functioning on the most recent version of your games before endeavoring to update the OS. In addition to this, the software giant is also working on with anti-cheat and game developers to resolve these types of associated issues. This will work to reduce the likelihood of these issues in the forthcoming days.
  • With this release, a few Realtek SD card readers will not operate well. However, the company is investigating the issue.
  • As per the Redmondians, the tamper Protection may be disabled in Windows Security after updating to this build. However, you can turn it back on. Moreover, this Windows Defender will revert to being on by default for all Insiders in the month of August.
  • The candidate selection in forecast candidate window for the Japanese IME doesn’t match with the composition string. However, the company issue.

c1900101 Update Issue

  1. First of all, create a bootable USB recovery drive.
  2. After that, boot your PC from the USB recovery drive created in Step 1.
  3. Launch Command Prompt.
  4. In Command Prompt, type: bcdedit /enum {default}
  5. Text similar to below will appear:
  6. When the description element states “Windows Rollback” and the device element starts from ramdisk, jump directly to Step 7.
  7. Take a note of the recoverysequence GUID value in the {default} entry.
  8. In cmd, write – bcdedit /default {GUID from Step 7 accurately as it appeared}
  9. Using Command Prompt, restart your PC by typing – wpeutil reboot
  10. Once your PC reboots, you will notice two boot entry choices the first one will be “Windows 10” and the next one “Windows Rollback”. Choose the “Windows 10” option and that will enable to boot you back into the previously installed build. The rollback code will come in and clean up the rollback entry, therefore it won’t be there on subsequent boots.

Source – Windows Experience blog.

           

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