Microsoft today released another new 20H1 preview build this week that addresses issues with WDAG, Sandbox, and more.
Microsoft today releases Windows 10 20H1 build 19025 to Insiders in the Fast ring. Today’s build follows build 19023, which rolled out on Tuesday. Like the previous build, today’s update includes bug fixes and improvements. Notably, it fixes issues present in Windows Sandbox and WDAG. Here’s a look at what’s new.
Windows 10 20H1 Preview Build 19025
Here is a look at the changes and improvements you can expect in today’s latest build:
- We fixed an issue from the previous flight preventing Sandbox and WDAG from working.
- We fixed an issue resulting in certain fingerprint readers no longer working as of Build 19013.
- We fixed an issue that could result in VPN Settings hanging after upgrade.
- We’ve done some work to help address an issue that could result in certain modern UI components (including notifications and the network flyout), scaling either too large or too small after attaching an external monitor or remoting into the machine from a monitor with a different DPI.
- We fixed an issue impacted login performance for some users in recent builds.
- We fixed an issue resulting in Windows Hello authentication not working with certain apps in recent builds.
- We fixed an issue that could result in the mouse pointer not displaying when logging in to a PC locally after remoting in.
- We fixed an issue where, when using the touch keyboard docked on a large screen, the keys would stretch out to span the width of the monitor, rather than staying an optimal width for touch interaction.
- We fixed an issue that could result in ctfmon.exe crashing when using reconversion with the Japanese IME in certain text fields.
- We fixed an issue that could result in web activities in Timeline not opening if you had new Edge installed.
- We fixed an issue where a high number of app deployment failures in a short period of time could result in an unexpectedly large volume of disk space being used by evtx files saved under %windir%\temp.
- We fixed an issue resulting in some apps failing to update with error 0x8007000A.
- We fixed an issue resulting in jitters when using Magnifier in certain multi-monitor configurations.
- We fixed an issue where the mouse pointer did not start from where the Magnifier viewport was if it had moved from typing.
- We fixed an issue impacting Narrator performance reading aloud in Outlook after switching focus from an email back to the list of emails in your inbox.
- We fixed a memory leak in EoAExperiences.exe after using the text cursor indicator for prolonged periods of time.
Remember, with Insider builds, you can expect many bugs and stability issues for users and developers alike. You don’t want to install Insider builds on your main production machine. Instead, use a secondary machine for testing. Make sure to read Microsoft’s full blog post for all changes, known issues, and workarounds.