Microsoft today released Windows 10 preview build 19555 to Insiders in the Fast ring. Like last week’s version, this one contains mostly bug fixes.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 preview build 19555 to Insiders in the Fast ring. This follows up last week’s build 19551 which contained mainly bug fixes. Similar to last week’s build today’s version has no new front-facing features but also contains a list of bug fixes. Here’s a look at what to expect in today’s release.
Windows 10 Preview Build 19555
Here is the list of general changes, fixes and system improvements contained in today’s latest Insider build:
- We’ve resolved an issue where certain external USB 3.0 drives ended up in an unresponsive state with Start Code 10 after they were attached.
- The cloud recovery option for Reset this PC is now back up and running on this build.
- We fixed an issue resulting in ARM64 devices not being able to upgrade to the previous build.
- We’ve updated Protection History in the Windows Security app to show a loading indicator in cases where loading is taking longer than expected.
- We fixed an issue with the modern print dialog not displaying the print preview correctly in certain cases in recent flights.
- We fixed an issue that could result in the Start menu and apps not opening until explorer.exe had been restarted after locking then unlocking your computer while listening to music.
- We fixed an alignment issue with the toggles under Windows Update > Advanced options when certain policies were enabled/disabled.
Important: Windows 10 Insider builds are meant for IT admins, coders, and Windows power user enthusiasts who want to test out new features. If you’re not an experienced user don’t install these builds on your primary production PC. Preview builds contain many bugs and stability issues.
For more on this build’s known issues and workarounds make sure to read Microsoft’s full blog post.
If you are an Insider, keep in mind the Fast ring works differently since the testing of 20H1. The next version is in active development branched called RS_PreRelease. Features that show up in Insider builds moving forward may or may not show up in future stable releases.