Microsoft today released a new build of Windows 10 version 21H2 for Insiders following the Release Preview channel.
These builds are available to users whose devices do not meet the minimum hardware requirements of Windows 11, and can not try the upcoming operating system.
The current build is 19044.1200 and is released with the patch KB5005101. Adds support for WPA3 H2E for more secure Wi-Fi. It also includes various fixes and enhancements to Windows Hello, WSL, and more.
However, it will not install automatically. So you should manually check for updates from Settings -> Update and Security -> Windows Update. Agree to download and update to version 21H2.
If you are already using version 21H2, then the update will be installed automatically.
What Windows 10 of 21H2 Build 19044.1200 brings
- Support for WPA3 H2E standards for enhanced Wi-Fi security
- Windows Hello For Business brings a new development method called Cloud Trust
- GPU compute support on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Azure IOT Edge to install Linux on Windows (Ellow) for machine learning features.
More about the new build in the official announcement: