Microsoft released Windows 10 20H1 Insider build 18999 for Fast Ring Insiders this afternoon. There are no new features in this compilation, except the announcement of the ability to accept phone calls in the Your Phone application, and some changes in the way you can move and resize the Cortana window, two changes that are now being implementing for all Insiders. .
However, there are still some bug fixes, known issues and changes that you need to know in this new 20H1 compilation, and we will start first with the known issues. Apparently, the problem with anti-cheat software used in games still persists and causes PCs to crash when updating to the latest preliminary versions. Microsoft is still working with its partners to solve this. Most games already have the solution, but Microsoft recommends that you run the latest version of your games before upgrading Windows 10.
Now, for general changes and improvements. These cover problems with Windows Update, the configuration application, as well as Cortana and the network and sharing center. Check out the changes below.
- We fixed a problem that caused some Insiders to see error 0x8007023e when installing updates.
- We solve a problem in which, after successfully upgrading to Build 18995, the Windows Update Settings page might display the same build still needs to be installed. After installing Build 18999, you will not see this problem on future flights.
- We fixed a problem that caused the Optional Features page in Settings to be blocked for some Insiders.
- We solved a problem where some Insiders found that Configuration does not start from the Start button, it does not appear in the list of All applications or as a result of the search. If it is affected, pressing WIN + R and entering "ms-settings:" (without the quotes) will start the configuration if you need it.
- We fixed a deadlock in the Control Panel of the Network and Sharing Center, which could result in not loading.
- We solved a problem in which if Cortana had moved from the default position, then it would not be visible when you tried to start it through the WIN + C keyboard shortcut.
- We solved a problem where in SearchFilterHost battery saving. exe could use an unexpectedly high CPU volume.
- We solved a problem whereby the search was blocked if a Start Menu design was applied that includes a folder through group policy.
- We solved a problem impacted the reliability of the VPN connection.
- We fixed a problem in Narrator that caused Chrome to become unstable when browsing web content.
- In Narrator braille, the contextual elements of the group header are now represented with an abbreviation "grp" instead of "group". "
- Narrator wou Did not display the text that was said when returning to the same braille editing field just after navigating back from an item that did not support a standard text control.
- The magnifying glass now remembers the position of its window after closing and it will open again in that same location next time.
- We solved a problem where the text cursor indicator did not adjust to display in the correct location after scrolling the content.  We solve a problem in the search bar in the Control Panel or in File Explorer where the box turns gray and prevents entry.
- We solve a problem whereby devices configured for dual scanning (WSUS and Windows Update) for updates may not have received new compilations in the fast ring.
- We fixed a problem where some devices configured to use HDR may have experienced a bluish tint on your HDR screens after using Night Light.
- We solved a problem where certain 2D applications (such as Feedback Hub, Microsoft Store, 3D Viewer) were treated incorrectly, protected the content within Windows Mixed Reality and blocked its content so that it was not recorded.
- We solved a problem whereby, when capturing a playback video while an error was being archived through the Feedback Hub in Windows Mixed Reality, you could not select Stop video.  Microsoft is also inviting Windows Insiders to share their experiences with Windows and Office 365. There are online sessions, where you can talk to the engineers behind Windows and Office 365. Check here for more information. And let us know how this compilation works for you by sending us a comment below.
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