Microsoft just released another build for Fast ring insiders because the clients are getting closer to the moment it ought to sign off the RTM.
Windows 10 build 18358 doesn’t bring any additional features, which makes sense. At this advanced stage from the development process, Microsoft’s only priority is to iron out bugs within the operating system and refine the performance ahead of the public launch.
New features would only require more testing, so it’s reliable advice that at this point, Windows 10 19H1 is feature-locked.
In terms of what-s new within this build, it all is dependant on bug fixes, and for example, Microsoft says it’s correct a problem where certain upgrade paths could cause the contents of the Recycle Bin being left under Windows.old. Also, Microsoft fixed a problem causing some insiders to encounter a fatal crash – also referred to as Green Screen of Death in the Windows Insider program.
“New known issue hitting the Microsoft Store”
The organization continues its gaming experiment without telling us just what it-s about.
“Installed the Insider version of State of Decay already? We’ll be trying out another update later today. To get it, launch the shop app, click […] after which “Downloads and Updates”. Once installed, you shouldn’t use whatever difference in the sport – it’s only a test update – but please let us know contrary doesn’t work!” Dona Sarkar, chief from the Windows Insider program, explains.
There are many other known issues, together with a bug hitting the Microsoft Store app. App updates don’t automatically install on this build, and Microsoft states that users need to manually check for updates after which install them in the Store.
You can find the full changelog in the box after the jump and then check out Windows Update to download this build if you’re a Fast ring insider.