Microsoft Releases Windows 10 19H1 Preview Build 18351


Microsoft is getting close to releasing the final version of the next feature update expected this spring. Here is a look at what’s included in the latest Insider build.

Microsoft today released Windows 10 19H1 preview build 18351 for Insiders in the Fast ring. This build comes after the company released two new Insider builds last week including build 18346 and build 18348. As we get closer to the final release, we can expect more builds coming at a more rapid pace. There are no new features in today’s build but it does offer some more changes and improvements for 1903.

Windows 10 19H1 Build 18351

Here is the list of improvements and fixes you can expect with today’s latest build:

  • If you haven’t been able to get the game State of Decay for free (for a limited time), we’ve just made more slots available! Whether you’ve tried it in earlier builds or haven’t had the chance yet, these instructions have everything you need. We’ve also made fixes to improve the download and install experience thanks to your feedback, so please try again if you had problems before.
  • We fixed an issue from recent builds that could result in monitors being missing from the built-in Color Management application.
  • We fixed an issue causing Explorer.exe to crash for some Insiders when Jump list content was updated.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in some devices unexpectedly experiencing a 30 second wait before pin re-entry was available after a pin was incorrectly entered on the lock screen.
  • We fixed an issue where the time shown on the clock in Windows Sandbox might not match the clock outside of Windows Sandbox.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in Emoji 12 emoji showing up as boxes in certain XAML text fields.
  • We fixed an issue where text scaling values did not persist across upgrades for Win32 applications.
  • Due to a Narrator reading reliability issue for the “Change how capitalized text is read” feature, the feature has been disabled starting in build 18351.
  • We fixed an issue where the mouse pointer color might be incorrectly switched to white after signing out and signing back in.

While we are getting closer to the final feature update, there are still a number of known issues for users and developers alike. Make sure to read Microsoft’s full blog post for all changes, known issues, and workarounds.

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