Download Windows 10 build 19033 (20H1) for members of the Windows Insider program.
New in Windows 10 build 19033 (20H1)
Improvements and bug fixes
The watermark with the build number in the lower right corner of the desktop is now missing.
Starting with this build, the 20H1 has a 2004 version.
Fixed a problem that could lead to the crash of the Settings application for some users, if in safe mode you switched to the About item.
Fixed an issue where some paired Bluetooth audio devices unexpectedly displayed with a mobile phone icon in Bluetooth settings.
Fixed an issue where the preferred Focus Assist automatic rule settings were not saved during the upgrade.
Fixed an issue where pressing WIN + P twice twice in a row could cause ShellExperienceHost to crash.
Fixed an issue that could cause the Start menu to crash at startup if a Windows update was waiting for a reboot.
Fixed an issue where if you used Night Light and didn’t log in to your Microsoft account and later connected to the MSA, this would cause the Night Light to no longer work.
The problem is fixed, due to which, if you quickly turn on and turn off the Magnifier in Parameters, it will cause Magnifier.exe to crash.
Fixed a known problem when the Settings application was unavailable (except for launching through ms-settings :). If you are still facing this problem, you will need to restart your computer.
Fixed an issue that prevented Chinese punctuation from being entered using the Pinyin input method editor after moving the focus to the password field and vice versa.
Some users may encounter error 80092004 when trying to install build 19025.1052. This was due to this particular cumulative update and should not prevent the installation of assembly 19033.
Fixed a bug due to which some external USB 3.0 drives did not respond with code 38.
BattlEye and Microsoft have discovered incompatibility issues between some Insider Preview builds and certain versions of the BattlEye anti-cheat code. To protect insiders who may have these versions installed, they will be limited to upgrading to some Windows Insider Preview builds.
Microsoft is looking at reports of a problem with the upgrade process hanging for a long period of time when trying to install a new assembly.
Some insiders report that after successfully installing the printer drivers from the Optional Updates section, the same driver is still displayed as available for installation.
Microsoft is studying problem reports when, when certain external USB 3.0 drives are connected, they stop responding with a startup code of 10.
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