Media reported that Microsoft had released the official ISO image of Windows 10 Build 19035, which is part of the 20H1 development branch. Last week, Microsoft pushed the version to Insider testers for the Fast Ring channel. Now, the company has removed the version of the watermark, fixed a bug related to fingerprint scanning, and officially released a download link.
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Windows 10 Build 19035 (20H1) Download Address:
Change log for Windows 10 Build 19035:
Remove the version watermark in the lower right corner of the desktop, but that doesn’t mean you’ve completed the development test.
Microsoft has completed an experiment on how to deliver driver updates through Windows Update, and has resolved an issue where you still prompt you to install a printer driver after installing it with an optional update.
Fixes an issue that may cause the device to wake up from sleep and log on without fingerprints.
Fixes an issue where some apps can’t start after a reset.
Here are some known issues with Windows 10 Build 19035:
Some Insider preview versions conflict with BattleEye anti-cheat software.
Some Insider testers report that the installer rolls back and reports an error code for 0xc1900101 when trying to install the most version.
When trying to install a new version, ‘the process of investigating the update’ may be stuck for a long time.
When connecting some USB 3.0 external storage devices, the issue with Start Code 10 is not in response.
The Optimize Drives application error reports an issue that ‘never runs optimization on SSD’.