Slow and Fast Channel users receive Windows 10 Build 19037 Preview Update

Microsoft today released Windows 10 Build 19037, a preview update for both Slow and Fast channels released this week. As in the past, the new version is also based on 20H1 development branches and does not introduce much new content. The only improvement that deserves attention is that the PowerShell ISE is now Feature on Demand, which means that it will be installed by default, but users can remove it by setting it up.

Slow and Fast Channel users receive Windows 10 Build 19037 Preview Update

The development of the Windows 10 20H1 branch is nearing completion and no new features should be added in the future. Although the version of the watermark in the lower right corner of the screen has been removed, Microsoft says this does not mean it’s complete.

Known issues

Because of the adjustments made in the operating system by some Preview Insider versions and some BattlEye anti-cheat software versions, BattlEye and Microsoft found incompatibilities. To protect insiders who may have installed these versions on their PCs, Microsoft has applied compatibility reservations to these devices to prevent affected versions of Windows Insider Preview. For more information, see this article.

Some Insiders report that when trying to install the latest version, the installer rolls back and returns the error code 0xc1900101. In some cases, the update completes successfully in subsequent attempts. If you’re having trouble, be sure to submit feedback in The Feedback Center.

Microsoft reports that the update process was suspended for a long time when a new version is installed.

Microsoft is investigating reports that some external USB 3.0 drives did not respond to Start Code 10 after connecting.

Microsoft has received a report about the Optimize Drives application and incorrectly reported that the optimization is not running on the SSD device.

Most of the known issues have little impact on users’ daily use, and the compatibility issue with this anti-cheat software is left over from Windows 10 May 2019(Version 1903), relying primarily on game developers to update their games, so it’s not entirely a problem to blame Windows.

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