Microsoft today released the next version of Windows 10 19H1 with build 18346 to Insiders in the Fast ring. Here is what’s included.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 19H1 preview build 18346 for Insiders in the Fast ring. This new version follows up last week’s build 18342 and build 18343 which included important fixes for a handful of known hardware issues. Since we’re getting closer to the final release of the next feature update this spring, there are no new features, but this build also includes fixes and improvements. Here is a look at what you can expect.
Windows 10 19H1 Preview Build 18346
Here is a look at the list of general changes, improvements, and fixes that you can expect in today’s build:
- We fixed an issue which caused the Bluetooth Hands-Free audio driver to hang.
- We fixed an issue resulting in some Insiders not being able to access the Quests section of the Feedback Hub.
- We fixed an issue that could cause Settings to crash if you clicked “Pick your insider settings” button under Windows Insiders Program Settings.
- We fixed an issue where the PowerShell .GetType method was unexpectedly returning error “out-lineoutput : The method or operation is not implemented”.
- We fixed an issue where in certain languages if you pressed WIN+V before having opted into clipboard history the clipboard history UI would be truncated.
- We fixed an issue with the new Adlam keyboard resulting in not being able to type certain common words.
- We fixed an issue where, when typing Vietnamese, the touch keyboard was auto-capitalizing ever word in certain apps.
- We fixed an issue where, when friendly dates were enabled in File Explorer, in certain languages (such as Japanese and Chinese) Insiders would see the wrong day name displayed.
- We fixed an issue resulting in an unexpected and non-functional Family Safety icon in the notification area of the taskbar.
- We fixed an issue that could result in the taskbar search box text becoming black on a black background.
- We fixed an issue where Start menu would crash when using Narrator to navigate pinned folders in Start.
While we’re getting closer to the final release of this feature update, there are still plenty of known issues for users and developers alike. Make sure to read the full blog post from Microsoft for all issues, workarounds, and changes.