Insider Preview builds get you the latest Windows 10 features before they’re ready for the general public. Insider Preview builds have the latest features and changes, but they also aren’t completely stable. Microsoft releases these in-progress builds to “Windows Insiders.” These “Insiders” can test these builds and report bugs they experience and provide other feedback.
Windows Insiders, releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20226 to Windows Insiders.
What’s Included in this Build?
- Windows 10 Pro
- Windows 10 Pro N
- Windows 10 Home Single Language
- Windows 10 Enterprise N
- Windows 10 Education
- Windows 10 Pro Education N
- Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
- Windows 10 Pro N for Workstations
- Windows 10 Education N
- Windows 10 Pro Single Language
- Windows 10 Enterprise
- Windows 10 IOT Enterprise
- Windows 10 Enterprise for Virtual Desktops
Fixes in this Build :-
- They’ve resolved an issue resulting in Settings crashing for some Insiders when opening Manage Disks and Volumes.
- They fixed an issue affecting Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 distros where users can receive the error: “The remote procedure call failed” on startup. See this GitHub issue for more details.
- They fixed an issue where activating Speech Recognition under Ease of Access in Settings was unexpectedly requiring admin permissions.
- They fixed an issue where after turning off “Drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop”, and opening Task View, the drop shadows would unexpectedly reappear.
- They fixed an issue where pressing F7 in the File Explorer search box would bring up a dialog asking to enable caret browsing.
- They fixed an issue where Focus Assist was considering Screensaver to be a full screen app and suppressing notifications when it was running.
- They fixed an issue impacting explorer.exe reliability for some Insiders in the last few flights.
- They fixed an issue where some of the apps in the Windows Accessories folder in Start’s all apps list would unexpectedly display the name Windows Accessories when pinned to the Start menu in recent builds.
- They fixed an issue impacting taskbar performance and reliability on 2-in-1 convertible devices.
- They fixed a few issues impacting Action Center reliability.
- They fixed a couple of issues impacting Settings reliability.
- They fixed an issue where the Settings icon was unexpectedly small when pinned to the Start menu and using the small tile size.
- They fixed an issue in Touchpad Settings where the header for the Taps section was unexpectedly missing in the last few flights.
- They fixed an issue with Meet Now resulting in the flyout crashing if you pressed the Esc key while it was open.
- They fixed an issue that if Meet Now was opened before opening a jumplist from the taskbar, then ShellExperienceHost would crash.
- They’ve made some fixes to improve accessibility of the Meet Now flyout, including updating the tab order, marking the image so it’s not read out by Narrator, adjusting the contrast of the buttons, making the arrow keys navigate betTheyen the buttons, and fixing an issue where focus wasn’t returning to the previous location in the taskbar after pressing the Esc key.
- They fixed an issue from the last few flights resulting in some apps failing to install, citing a lack of internet connectivity, when IPV6 was enabled.
- They fixed an issue with the new DNS options in Network Settings where switching back from a custom DNS to automatic would result in a loss of connectivity.
- They fixed an issue resulting in not being able to insert the full-width question mark when typing with the Pinyin IME in recent builds.
- They fixed an issue that could result in the Japanese IME crashing on initialization.
- They fixed two issues with the Bopomofo IME impacting Shift and Ctrl key usage in apps when the IME was active.
- They fixed an issue with the Turkish one-handed touch keyboard layout, where it was missing keys for ü and ö.
- They fixed an issue when using the Japanese touch keyboard layout that could result in the spacebar UI appearing stuck in a pressed state.
Known issues :-
- They’re looking into reports of the update process hanging for extended periods of time when attempting to install a new build.
- They’re working on a fix to enable live preview for pinned site tabs.
- They’re working on enabling the new taskbar experience for existing pinned sites. In the meantime, you can unpin the site from the taskbar, remove it from the edge://apps page, and then re-pin the site.
- They’re working on a fix for an issue where some Office applications crashing or missing after updating to a new build.
- They’re working on a fix for an issue causing some devices experiencing a KMODE_EXCEPTION bugcheck when using certain virtualization technologies.
- They’re working on a fix where some devices are experiencing a DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION bugcheck.
- They’re investigating a bug where the vEthernet adapter in Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 distros becomes disconnected after a period of use. For full details please follow this GitHub thread.
- They’re working on a fix for an issue where after taking this build some users receive a Compatibility Assistant notification that “Microsoft Office is no longer available”. Despite the notification, Office should still be there and working fine.
How To Install?
- Download the build (either x64 or x86).
- Create a bootable drive or Install from ISO.
- Select the Windows type you want to install.
- Skip the activation for now.
- Let the windows installation get finished.
- After installing, run the activator as admin.
- Use the activator to activate your windows.
- Boom! Enjoy the activated Build.
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