A new version of Windows 10 is available for those registered in the fast ring of the program Windows Insider, as well as its developers Microsoft continue to refine the next major operating system feature update.
This new release is a preview of the 20H1 or 2004 update, which should be available in RTM in March and then in April or May.
Today's version comes with a series of fixes (see changelog). THE Microsoft explains:
"We have resolved an issue where SCSI drivers were not recognized on specific third-party virtual machines, causing c1900191 errors. We continue to investigate additional c1900191 errors on other devices. "
This version also fixes some reliability issues of the Start menu, as well as glitches in OneDrive which caused high CPU usage on some devices.
In terms of known issues, one of them affected the new browser and its accessibility Microsoft Edge.
“We know that Narrator and NVDA users are using the latest version Microsoft Chromium-based Edge may have some difficulty navigating and reading specific web content. NVAccess was released in NVDA 2019.3 which solves the well-known problem with Edge "says the Microsoft.
The new version will currently be distributed to fast ring users via Windows Update.