Microsoft released Windows 10 Build 19028 20H1 to the insiders who opted Fast ring. The update doesn’t include any new feature but fixes some issues such as Settings crashing in some cases and photos app. You will receive the build through the automatic system, if you not installed till now rush to Settings => Update & Security => Windows update and click on Check for updates.
Windows 10 Build 19028 [20H1] Released to Fast Ring with Some Fixes
Here is Windows 10 Build 19028 changelog –
- Windows 10 Build 19028 fixed a recent issue that could end up with Settings crashing when docking or undocking your device. This problem may have also impacted the Action Center launch performance.
- The update fixed an issue that impacts the performance of the Printers & Scanners field of Settings app loading.
- Windows 10 insider team fixed an issue ending in the Other People section under Storage Settings not displaying the correct size used.
- They fixed Update history in Settings that is showing a Cumulative Update required a reboot, however, is already being installed. This problem happened when a Feature on Demand (FOD) was installed whereas the cumulative update was originally pending reboot.
- The build fixed an issue that could result in the Photos app crashing when interacting with the recently updated HEVC images.
- The previous build known issue about BattlEye still persists. The company and Microsoft have found that the cause of this problem is incompatibility because of changes in the operating system. Microsoft has set a compatibility hold on the update so that they could prevent the devices from being offered affected builds.
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- They are investigating reports of the update process hanging for extended periods of time when installing a new build.
- Microsoft team for Windows 10 insider heard and looking into Settings that isn’t available outside of launching using URI (“ms-settings:”) for some Insiders.
- Some Insiders complaint through feedback that after installing printer drivers from the Optional Updates area in Settings, the same driver is still showing as available for install.
- Windows insider experts are analyzing the report of some external USB 3.0 drive not responding and throwing Start Code 10 or 38 after they’re connected.
Source – Windows Experience blog.