Can we fix it? By the beard of Zeus, we can! This seems to be the main deal with this latest arrival, Windows 10 build 19631, which has just landed in the Fast ring.
Microsoft did not release a new preview build during its BUILD 2020 developer conference. But the software titan is offering this new version of the preview to Insiders enrolled in the Fast ring of the program now.
This Insider Preview is another minor update with no new features.
However, it comes form the mn_release branch, just like the release last week. It’s still not the 20H2 version, despite this build being from that branch. Buzz among the bees is that the 20H2 release is going to be enablement package, similar to what we saw with 19H2.
Anyway, since this ring is reserved for the prerelease branch, any features you will see here in these build releases will not be tied to a specific release.
Many of the new additions that we have seen so far will arrive with 20H1, but like most things Microsoft these days, it’s not confirmed.
What is actually confirmed is that it is now possible to get an ARM64 VHDX for Windows 10 build 19624, which can be used in Hyper-V on ARM64 powered computers. These users are now finally able to create a Windows 10 virtual machine, which they weren’t able to due to a lack of media.
There’s one item listed under general changes and improvements, and that’s related to an update for the configuration of Windows Hello to make sure that it works well with 940nm wavelength cameras.
Apart from that, there’s the usual bunch of fixes and known issues in this release, the details of which you can gleam from the link above.
As always, you can grab today’s build via Windows Update.