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Having declared 18363.418 the final compilation for the Windows update November 10, 2019, the Windows Insider team has not surprised anyone by issuing patches before launch.

Last night the team thundered: " We will continue to improve the overall 19H2 experience on customer PCs as part of our normal service rate " (its emphasis, not ours) as Windows Insiders that Run 19H2 received versions 18363.446 and 18363.448.

Windows 10 is continuously updated to see The new versions should not surprise us. However, it raises the questions: why declare .418 as a "final" version and what will end users actually receive when the operating system update is finally sent in November?

Meanwhile, Microsoft also issued 19H2 (also known as November 2019 Update) compile 18363.418 for Insiders in Build 18362.10024 and in the Release Preview Ring. Those in the Slow Ring in 18362.10024 will have to switch to the Preview Release Ring to get the final version or face the arrival of 20H1 in the coming weeks.

Those who are not in the Windows Insider program can continue to pass popcorn while observing unpaid testers will be thrown in this way and in search of the mythical "final construction", which is, of course, 18363.418. Perhaps. It is understood? All right.

The Insider gang tried to reassure users that "this is normal as part of that process," as it continued to move towards what the Insiders will expect to be relative normal once the November update is finally sent. 2019.

Normality should resemble the Release Preview Ring in 19H2, the Slow Ring in stable versions of 20H1, the Fast Ring in last generation versions 20H1 and those brave souls in Skip Ahead taking a look at 20H2. Or not, it depends on whether this year's cumulative update approach for the H2 version becomes the new standard.

As for 20H1, a new version of that was also launched last night for Fast Ring in the 19008 construction form. While in light of the prominent features, the gang included a solution for Insiders who experienced shutdown problems and restart that they failed to get the 19002.1002 build, as well as some minor fixes around Settings and Windows Hello.

However, anti-cheat software continues to cause a headache for the software giant, and Insiders who use BattlEye software have had a compatibility lock on their devices until a solution is found. ®

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