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Right on schedule, as part of the February Patch Tuesday, Microsoft is rolling out a new update for the Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update). The update is known as KB4074588, and it delivers a slew of fixes for devices running this version of the operating system.

KB4074588 bumps the version number of Windows 10 build 16299.248, and according to Microsoft, it fixes problems setting accounts on ARM-based devices. Addresses a number of problems with Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. Improves support for Bluetooth keyboards, patches various security vulnerabilities, and much more.

Microsoft has announced KB4074588 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “February 13, 2023—KB4074588 (OS Build 16299.248)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on your PC, this update will only address these issues:

Addresses issue where child accounts are able to access InPrivate mode on ARM devices even though their browsing and search history is sent to their parents. 

Fixes problem where some users may have experienced issues logging into some websites when using third-party account credentials in Microsoft Edge.

Addresses issue with docking and undocking Internet Explorer windows.

Fixes problem in Internet Explorer where pressing the delete key inserted a new line in input boxes in an application.

Addresses issue in Internet Explorer where selected elements wouldn’t update under certain circumstances.

Fixes problem with browser Compatibility View settings that occurs during updates.

Addresses issue where, in certain hardware configurations, the frame rates of DirectX Games were unintentionally limited to a factor of the display’s vertical synchronization.

Fixes problem that causes delays when switching keyboard languages using Alt+Shift.

Improves and reduces conditions where certain Bluetooth keyboards drop keys during reconnection scenarios.

Corrects mouse delays for devices that incorrectly report the battery level status.

Addresses issue where surround sound audio endpoints reverted to stereo after restarting.

Fixes problem where MMC application snap-ins—such as Services, Local Policy Admin, and Printer Management—fail to run when Windows Defender Application Control (Device Guard) is turned on. The error is “Object doesn’t support this property or method”.

Prevents use of the Pre-production Onesettings endpoint for Windows Setup when test signing is enabled.

Addresses issue where installations of Windows Server, version 1709 are not automatically activated using the Automated Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA) feature on Hyper-V hosts that have been activated.

Fixes problem with the Auto-register Inbox templates feature for UEV where the Scheduled Task didn’t have the proper trigger.

Addresses issue where the App-V client didn’t read the policy for SyncOnBatteriesEnabled when the policy was set using a Group Policy Object (GPO).

Fixes problem where the Supported On field for the Enable App-V Client policy is blank in the Group Policy editor.

Addresses issue where the user’s have data in the registry is not maintained correctly when some App-V packages belong to the connection group.

Provides additional logging for administrators to take action, such as picking a proper configuration for their App-V package, when there are multiple configuration files for a single package.

Fixes problem with App-V packages that aren’t compatible with registry virtualization using kernel containers.

Updates time zone information.

Security updates to Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Windows Search component, Windows Kernel, Windows Authentication, Device Guard, Common Log File System driver, and the Windows storage and file systems.

What’s new with older versions of Windows 10

Along with the latest patch for the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft is also releasing update KB4074592 for the Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update) fixing several bugs and bumping the build number to 15063.909.

The Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) gets KB4074590 that addresses a number of problems and bumps the build number to 14393.2058. Windows 10 version 1511 (November Update) receives update KB4074591 bumping build number to 10586.1417, and finally, the initial version of Windows 10 gets update KB4074596, which increases the build number to 10240.17770, and it also addresses a number of issues.

How to download February 13 update for Windows 10

It’s worth noting that this patch contains a few known issues that you should be aware of before installing. (For more details check the Windows support site using the link mentioned above.) You can find more details about the most recent updates in the Windows 10 update history tracker guide.

You can download this update directly from Microsoft using these links:

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Windows 10 Update Kb4093105 (Build 16299.402) Releases

Microsoft is releasing update KB4093105 for Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) outside of its regular schedule to address a slew of issues. This is the second out-of-band update the company is issuing for PCs in April. Previously, KB4093117 and KB4093120 released for Windows 10 version 1703 and version 1607 respectively.

KB4093105 bumps the version number of Windows 10 to build 16299.402, and while it doesn’t offer any new features, you’ll find a long array of patches that fix many app related problems, authentication using Windows Hello, BitLocker, Microsoft Edge, and much more.

Microsoft has announced KB4093105 at the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “April 23, 2023—KB4093105 (OS Build 16299.402)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update on your PC, this update will only address these issues:

Addresses an issue in which running an application as an administrator causes the application to stop working when pasting the user name or password into the user elevation prompt (LUA).

Addresses an issue that causes Skype and Xbox to stop working.

Fixes a problem that prevents Autodiscover in Microsoft Outlook 2013 from being used to set up email accounts when UE-V is enabled.

Addresses an issue where AppLocker publisher rules applied to MSI files don’t match the files correctly.

Fixes a problem that causes updates for large game apps to fail.

Addresses an issue that removes user-pinned folders or tiles from the Start menu in some cases

Fixes a problem that causes invisible apps to appear in the Start menu.

Addresses an issue that might cause some users to experience unexpected panning or scrolling in certain apps while using the pen.

Fixes a problem that prevents Windows Hello from generating good keys when it detects weak cryptographic keys because of TPM firmware issues.

Addresses an issue that prevents users from unlocking their session and sometimes displays incorrect [email protected] information on the logon screen when multiple users log on to a machine using fast user switching.

Fixes a problem that causes the browser to prompt for credentials often instead of only once when using the Office Chrome extension.

Increases the minimum password length in Group Policy to 20 characters.

Fixes a problem that displays name-constraint information incorrectly when displaying certificate properties.

Addresses an issue that blocks failed NTLM authentications instead of only logging them when using an authentication policy with audit mode turned on.

Addresses an issue resetting the Windows Hello PIN at the logon prompt.

Addresses an issue that suspends BitLocker or Device Encryption during device unenrollment instead of keeping the drive protected.

Fixes a problem that causes Microsoft Edge to stop working after a few seconds when running a software restriction policy.

Addresses an issue that may cause a file system mini-filter to fail to unload because of a leak in Filter Manager.

Fixes a problem that occurs when a user with a roaming user profile first logs on to a machine running Windows 10, version 1607, and then logs off.

Addresses an issue that causes the cursor to unexpectedly move to center of the screen when changing the display mode.

Addresses a potential leak caused by opening and closing a new web browser control.

Fixes a problem that causes the ContentIndexter.AddAsync API to throw an unnecessary exception.

Addresses an issue with the first launch performance of UWP Desktop Bridge apps.

Fixes a problem with the Search tab of Microsoft Outlook 2024 during the upgrade from Windows 10, version 1703, to Windows 10, version 1709.

Addresses an issue that causes the connection bar to be missing in Virtual Machine Connection (VMConnect).

Fixes a problem that prevents certain devices from working on Windows 10, version 1709, machines when the “Disable new DMA devices when this computer is locked” Group Policy is active.

Addresses an issue that might cause Windows Server 2024 Domain Controllers to log Microsoft Windows Security audit events ID 4625 and ID 4776. 

Fixes a problem in which users may exist in a domain that is trusted using transitive trust, but are unable to locate a PDC or DC for the Extranet Lockout feature.

Addresses an issue that prevents you from modifying or restoring Active Directory objects that have invalid backlink attributes populated in their class.

Fixes a problem that prevents the AdminSDHolder task from running when a protected group contains a member attribute that points to a deleted object.

Addresses an issue that occurs when Volume Shadow Copy is enabled on a volume that hosts a file share.

Fixes a problem that makes a Japanese keyboard unusable in remote assistance sessions.

How to download the April 23 update for Windows 10

It’s worth noting that this patch contains a few known issues that you should be aware of before installing. (For more details check the Windows support site using the link mentioned above.) You can find more details about the most recent updates in the Windows 10 update history tracker guide.

You can download this update directly from Microsoft using these links:

Windows 10 Update Kb4489894 (Build 17134.677) Releases

Outside of its regular Patch Tuesday schedule, Windows 10 is getting update KB4489894 for version 1803 (April 2023 Update).

KB4489894 bumps the version number to build 17134.677, and it addresses a slew of problems with Microsoft Office, time zone for various countries, Lock screen, authentication, and much more.

Windows 10 update KB4489894 for version 1803

Microsoft has announced KB4489894 in the Windows support site, and it’s referred as “March 19, 2023—KB4489894 (OS Build 17134.677)”. If you’re already running the Windows 10 April 2023 Update on your device, this update will address these problems:

Updates time zone information for Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Updates time zone information for Kazakhstan.

Updates time zone information for São Tomé and Príncipe.

Addresses an issue with a Microsoft Access 97 database that stops a requested operation when a table or column has custom properties.

Fixes a problem that prevents Microsoft Office updates from downloading from the Microsoft Store.

Addresses an issue with Microsoft Office Visual Basic for Applications that fails to use the Japanese Era registry settings for dates in the Japanese format. 

Fixes a problem that prevents users from enabling gan-nen support for the Japanese Era.

Addresses an issue that causes a device to periodically stop responding when using an East Asian locale.

Addresses a reliability issue that may cause a laptop screen to remain black after resuming from Sleep if you close the lid when disconnecting from a docking station.

Fixes a problem with the Group Policy, “Turn off app notifications on the lock screen”.

Addresses an issue that may prevent users from signing in and cause account lockouts when using the App-V client to start applications. 

Fixes a problem with the Windows lock screen that prevents users from unlocking a device after multiple smart card users have used the same device. 

Fixes a problem that prevents the authentication credentials dialog from appearing when an enterprise web server attempts to connect to the Internet.

Addresses an issue that causes a client or server to restart when using a smart card to log in with User Name Hints to an Azure Active Directory (AAD) joined machine using Remote Desktop Services.

Fixes a problem in which multiple device entries exist for a single, hybrid domain joined device.

Addresses an issue that removes the ALLOWCLSIDS policy from the policy XML file when you run the Add-SignerRule for Windows Defender Application Control.

Fixes a problem that prevents a virtual smart card from starting when running in conjunction with Citrix 7.15.2000 Workstation VDA software.

Addresses an issue that prevents a user from authenticating and causes Windows Account Manager (WAM) to fail when using a Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

Fixes a problem that causes certificate renewal to fail when using CERT_RENEWAL_PROP_ID with the ICertPropertyRenewal interface.

Adds a new Group Policy setting called “Enable Windows to soft-disconnect a computer from a network”.

Addresses an issue that causes Windows to reuse an expired Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) lease if the lease expired while the OS was shutdown.

Addresses an issue that may cause the Virtual Machine Management Service (VMMS) to stop working.

Fixes a problem in which the graphics device interface (GDI) DeleteObject() may cause the calling process to stop working.

Provides seamless integration with Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) to discover cloud app usage inside and outside the corporate network for Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) customers.

Enhances automated investigation and remediation, including memory forensics, for Windows Defender ATP customers.

Addresses minor issues with unknown options (unknown OPT) in the Extension Mechanisms for DNS (EDNS) for the Windows DNS Server role.

You can download the updates to install them manually with the links below:

Windows 10 update KB4489890 for version 1709

The Fall Creators Update (version 1709) is getting update KB4489890, and the Windows support site referred it as “March 19, 2023—KB4489890 (OS Build 16299.1059)”. If you’re already running version 1709 on your PC, this update will address these issues:

Updates time zone information for Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Updates time zone information for Kazakhstan.

Updates time zone information for São Tomé and Príncipe.

Fixes a problem with a Microsoft Access 97 database that stops a requested operation when a table or column has custom properties.

Addresses an issue with Microsoft Office Visual Basic for Applications that fails to use the Japanese Era registry settings for dates in the Japanese format.

Fixes a problem that prevents users from enabling gan-nen support for the Japanese Era.

Addresses an issue with the Group Policy, “Turn off app notifications on the lock screen”.

Fixes a problem that may prevent users from signing in and cause account lockouts when using the App-V client to start applications. 

Addresses an issue that prevents App-V applications from starting and generates error “0xc0000225”.

Fixes a problem that prevents the authentication credentials dialog from appearing when an enterprise web server attempts to connect to the Internet.

Addresses an issue that causes a client or server to restart when using a smart card to log in with User Name Hints to an Azure Active Directory (AAD) joined machine using Remote Desktop Services.

Fixes a problem with Microsoft Outlook profiles on devices that are domain joined and workplace joined.

Addresses an issue that removes the ALLOWCLSIDS policy from the policy XML file when you run the Add-SignerRule for Windows Defender Application Control.

Fixes a problem that prevents a user from authenticating and causes Windows Account Manager (WAM) to fail when using a Trusted Platform Module (TPM).

Addresses an issue that causes certificate renewal to fail when using CERT_RENEWAL_PROP_ID with the ICertPropertyRenewal interface.

Adds a new Group Policy setting called “Enable Windows to soft-disconnect a computer from a network”.

Fixes a problem that may cause the error, “Stop 0x133” in NTFS.sys.

Addresses an issue that causes Windows to reuse an expired Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) lease if the lease expired while the OS was shutdown.

Fixes a problem that causes the “Windows created a temporary warning.” message to appear if you create a page file on a drive with FILE_PORTABLE_DEVICE characteristics.

Addresses an issue that causes the user interface (UI) to stop responding for several seconds when you scroll a window while many child windows are open.

Fixes a problem in which the graphics device interface (GDI) DeleteObject() may cause the calling process to stop working.

The calling process is a WOW64 process that handles memory addresses larger than 2 GB.

The DeleteObject() is called with a device context that is compatible with a printer device context.

Provides seamless integration with Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) to discover cloud app usage inside and outside the corporate network for Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) customers.

Enables automated investigation and remediation for Windows Defender ATP customers.

Fixes a problem that prevents the “Turn off app notifications on the lock screen” policy from working.

Addresses minor issues with unknown options (unknown OPT) in the Extension Mechanisms for DNS (EDNS) for the Windows DNS Server role.

Windows 10 updates for older versions

Although the version 1703 (Creators Update) is no longer supported, organizations running the Enterprise or Education edition of Windows 10 are getting KB4489888, which addresses many issues and bumps up the version number to build 15063.1716.

Finally, Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) is also no longer supported, but organizations with devices still running this release can now download and install KB4489889, which fixes a few issues and bumps the version number to 14393.2879.

Download March 12 update for Windows 10

Windows 10 Build 16188 Releases With New Features

Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 build 16188 for PCs enrolled in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider Program. In this new test version of Windows 10, part of the Redstone 3 update (version 1709) due in September, delivers a number of new features and improvements over the previous build.

Windows 10 build 16188, according to Microsoft, introduces new PDF features for Microsoft Edge. Cortana finally gets its own settings page in the Settings app, and the Magnifier settings page gets updated with a number of new options and changes.

What’s new on Windows 10 Redstone 3 (build 16188) for PC

Microsoft Edge

In this new flight, Microsoft Edge introduces a new PDF Reader with a bunch of new features, including:

PDF Form filling: You can now edit PDF forms on the web, save and print as necessary.

Viewing and navigation: Some PDF files, such as those that are scanned documents, may not have proper orientation. The new PDF Reader includes a button to rotate the document. Using the “Layout” flyout menu on the toolbar, now you can switch from one page to two page layouts and change to page-wise scrolling for a better navigation experience for longer documents.

Cortana Magnifier

Microsoft is also announcing that is improving the experience for low vision users as well as for user who casually use the Magnifier.

On build 16188, the Magnifier settings page is getting updated with a bunch of new options and changes, including:

You can now easily follow Narrator around the screen with Magnifier by selecting “Follow the Narrator cursor”.

There is an embedded list of all the available Magnifier shortcuts into the Settings page for quick reference.

You can now zoom using your mouse wheel by using the Windows key + Ctrl keyboard shortcut.

A new option has been added to open the Magnifier settings from anywhere in Windows 10, simply use the Ctrl + Windows key + M keyboard shortcut.

You can now set your preferred Magnifier mode in Settings.

A new option has been added to select your preferred zoom increment when using Magnifier.

Windows Update

On Windows 10 build 16188, you’ll no longer see a popup dialog box when a new update is ready to be install. Instead, a new toast notification will replace the old dialog box, so it doesn’t interrupt your work.

Windows Defender Application Guard

Windows 10 Enterprise PCs enrolled in the Fast ring can now try Windows Defender Application guard for Microsoft Edge.

Windows Defender Application guard is a new feature that sandboxes web pages to offer maximum protection level from malware and zero day attacks on Windows 10.

Other improvements and known issues

Alongside the new features, Windows 10 build 16188 adds a few new improvements, such as universal dismiss of Cortana reminders is now enabled across Windows devices on this build or higher, and localized apps on localized x64 Windows 10 Insider Preview builds will now work.

As for known issues, in this flight the PC Reset feature will not work for now-English testers. Surface 3 devices fail to update to new builds if a SD memory card is inserted. Computers may hang during restart, and navigation the Settings app may crash the experience.

Microsoft is also releasing Windows 10 Mobile build 15210 to the Fast ring, but it only includes a few minor improvements and a couple known issues.

Microsoft is listing the complete set of fixes and known issues for build 16188, and build 15210 for phones, at the Windows Blog. In case you missed it, you can read all the changes for Windows 10 build 16184 in this article.

You can also use the following resources:

Windows 10 Build 18272 (19H1) Releases With New Features

As part of the 19H1 development, Windows 10 build 18272 is now rolling out for testers with devices enrolled in the Fast ring of the Windows Insider Program. This is the eleventh preview that Microsoft is making available, and it includes a number of new features and improvements over the last preview.

Windows 10 build 18272, according to the software giant, introduces changes to set up Windows Hello using the Settings app. The SwitfKey technology expands to more languages. The Indic Phonetic keyboards are not available for computers, and there are some new Narrator improvements.

Here are all the changes and improvements expected to arrive with version 1903 in April 2023:

Start menu Sign-in options

Starting with build 18272, Windows 10 is designing the Sign-in options settings page has been updated to make it easier for users to set up a Windows Hello authentication method.

SwitfKey

The SwitfKey feature for the touch keyboard experience is now expanding to more languages, including:

English (Canada) – en-CA

English (India) – en-IN

French (Canada) – fr-CA

French (Belgium) – fr-BE

French (Switzerland) – fr-CH

Portuguese (Portugal) – pt-PT

German (Switzerland) – de-CH

Spanish (United States) – es-US

If you’re using a hardware keyboard, text suggestions are also supported with the above languages.

Indic Phonetic keyboards

In addition to the Indic Traditional INSCRIPT keyboards already available, with this flight, Windows 10 is adding Indic Phonetic keyboards for Hindi, Bangla, Tamil, Marathi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Odia, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

“How does a phonetic keyboard work? Basically, it’s a convenient way of typing that leverages the English QWERTY keyboard – as you type, we use transliteration to suggest possible Indic text candidates. For example, if you typed “namaste” using the Hindi Phonetic keyboard we would suggest नमस्ते.”

Narrator

On build 18272 and moving forward Narrator will now alert you when you’re accidentally typing with Caps Lock turned on. The setting is enabled by default. To adjust this setting, open the Narrator Settings (Ctrl + Win + N), then navigate to the “Change how much content you hear” heading and review the combo box for “Change when you receive Caps Lock warnings while typing”.

Additional changes

Alongside the new features and improvements, Windows 10 build 18272 includes a few additional smaller changes. For example, the “Forget” option for Wi-Fi profiles is now available for standard users.

Ctrl + Mouse Wheel Scroll to zoom in text is now supported in Command Prompt, PowerShell and Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

When using dark system theme, the scrollbars for Command Prompt, PowerShell and WSL will now become dark as well.

The options to change your default app mode and enable or disable transparency have moved to the top of the “Colors” settings page to make it easier to find.

Microsoft is listing the complete set of improvements, fixes, and known issues for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18272 at the Windows Blog.

Download Windows 10 build 18272

Alternatively, you can download the ISO file for Windows 10 build 18272 from this Microsoft website.

Warning: Although the data loss-related issue has been fixed, it’s not recommended to install pre-releases of Windows 10 on your primary machine. If you’re planning to test this build, make sure to create a backup of your files before proceeding.

You can also check out these resources:

Windows 10 Insider Preview Build History Tracker

UPDATED 11/18/21: As part of the Windows 10 development, Microsoft has the Windows Insider Program, a testing program that allows developers, businesses, and enthusiasts to access early builds of the operating system to test new features and changes and validate software and drivers before deployments. In this guide, you can track the history of every Windows 10 Insider Preview build for PC, including information about their release date, changelog summary, build number, and more.

The program includes three readiness levels (also known as channels). The Dev Channel (formerly Fast ring) is for highly technical users since builds are rough and contain code that is still under heavy development. Usually, these builds are not stable, you’ll come across errors and problems, and you may have to use workarounds to fix problems that may affect your experience.

The Beta Channel (formerly Slow ring) is for anyone who wants to test upcoming features or needs to validate apps and deployments. Previews in this channel are stable, but you may still run into issues. Also, features included in this channel are expected to ship with the next release of Windows 10.

If you have a device enrolled in any of these channels, you can use this guide to track the history of every released Windows 10 Insider Preview build.

Windows 10 21H2 Insider Preview build history

Windows 10 21H2 is the eleventh feature update expected to arrive in the fall of 2023. Some of the features and changes planned for this new version are already available through the Dev Channel.

Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Dev Channel. The latest version available for testers is Windows 10 build 19044.1381.

Release dateBuild numberChannelPlatformNotes

Fixes.

Fixes.

Fixes.

Fixes.

WSL features.

Improvements.

Although Microsoft hasn’t shared any official details, it’s expected that the company will skip the 21H1 update schedule and release version 21H2 during the fall of 2023 instead.

Windows 10 21H1 Insider Preview build history

Windows 10 21H1 is the eleventh feature update expected to arrive in the spring of 2023. This refresh will be considered a minor release with a small set of features and several fixes that will be delivered as a quick enablement package for version 2004 or 20H2.

Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Beta Channel. The latest version available for testers is Windows 10 build 19043.1381.

Check out all the features and changes coming to Windows 10 21H1.

Windows 10 20H2 (October 2023 Update) is the tenth feature update expected to release in October 2023. Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Beta Channel (formerly Slow ring). The latest version available for testers is Windows 10 build 19042.1023.

Check out all the new features and changes expected to arrive in Windows 10 20H2.

Windows 10 version 2004 Insider Preview build history

Windows 10 version 2004 (May 2023 Update) — also known as the 19H1 update — is the ninth feature update released on May 21, 2023. Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings. The latest version available for testers is Windows 10 build 19041.264.

Check out all the features and changes coming to Windows 10 version 2004 (20H1).

Release dateBuild numberRingPlatformNotes

KB4556803

KB4558244

KB4558244

56April 17, 202319041.207Release Preview ringPCMinor update.

KB4550936

KB4552455

KB4552455

KB4541738

KB4540409

KB4539080

KB4535550

Quick searches for Search Home.

Notepad old version restored.

Version 2004.

Almost RTM.

44November 20, 2023 19025.1051Slow ringPCMinor update.

43November 19, 2023 19028Fast ringPCMinor update.

Search algorithm update.

41November 12, 2023 19023Fast ringPCMinor update.

40November 11, 2023 19013.1122Slow ringPCMinor update.

39November 5, 2023 19018Fast ringPCMinor update.

RDP fix.

KB4528332.

Updated Kaomoji.

No new features.

No new features.

No new features.

PIN on Safe mode.

Narrator improvements.

Windows Update with optional updates.

Vibranium codename reference.

Cortana resize and drag.

New tablet mode experience.

KB4517787 (test).

New Feedback app.

Notepad now Microsoft Store app.

File Explorer drops Homegroup options context menu.

Reset this PC with Cloud download option.

Windows Defender renamed to Microsoft Defender.

Korean IME update.

Passwordless settings.

Sync settings engine upgrade.

Fixes.

Windows Ink Workspace update.

15June 5, 2023 18912Fast ringPCMinor update.

YourPhone new features.

Drive type on Task Manager.

Fixes Your Phone app.

File Explorer cloud search.

Kills Friendly Dates.

SwiftKey languages.

Notepad unsaved recovery.

No new features.

No new features.

No new features.

No new features.

Windows 10 version 1909 Insider Preview build history

Codenamed 19H2, Windows 10 version 1909 (November 2023 Update) was the eighth next major update released on November 12, 2023, as a cumulative update with new features and changes. Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings. The latest version available for testers is Windows 10 build 18362.10024 (Slow ring). If you’re in the Release Preview ring, the version number is Windows 10 build 18363.418.

Release dateBuild numberRingPlatformNotes

Moves build 18362.10024 to 18363.418

Enables all features for version 1909.

Fixes.

Fixes.

Fixes.

Fixes.

Not final version.

Not final version.

All features enabled.

Two fixes.

Not final version.

Same features as build 18362.10013, but disabled.

3July 17, 202318362.10006SlowPCMinor update.

3rd-party assistants Lock screen.

No new features.

No new features.

Windows 10 version 1903 Insider Preview build history

Codenamed 19H1, Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2023 Update) was the seventh major update released on May 21, 2023. Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings. The latest version available to Insiders in the Fast ring is Windows 10 build 18362 and build 18362.30 in the Slow ring. On April 8, 2023, Microsoft is making available Windows 10 build 18362.30 as the final version for the May 2023 Update in the Release Preview ring.

Check out all the features and changes coming to Windows 10 19H1.

Release dateBuild numberRingPlatformNotes

42April 8, 2023 18362.30Release PreviewPCFinal version

Fast RingPCKB4497464

40April 3, 2023 18356.21Slow ringPCKB4496796

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

36March 19, 2023 18356.16Slow ringPCKB4494123

Bug fixes.

Quality update.

33March 14, 2023 18351.26Slow ringPCKB4494195

32March 13, 2023 18351.8Slow ringPCKB4492310

Your Phone mirroring.

30March 11, 2023 18351.7Slow ringPCKB4492310

Windows Sandbox changes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Bug fixes.

Mixed Reality with Win32 app support.

Light theme improvements.

Insider settings updated.

Disable acrylic option for Sign-in screen.

Cortana is off during clean install.

Symbols on emoji panel.

Windows Update changes.

Emoji 12.

Indic Phonetic keyboards.

Touch keyboard improvements.

Automatic troubleshooter.

Ebrima font.

No new features.

No new features.

Sign-in screen acrylic effect.

No new features.

No new features.

No new features.

No new features.

Windows 10 version 1809 Insider Preview build history

Dubbed Redstone 5, Windows 10 version 1809 (October 2023 Update) was the sixth major feature update released on November 13, 2023. Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings. The latest version available to Insiders in the Fast ring is Windows 10 build 17763 and build 17763 in the Slow ring.

Release dateBuild numberRingPlatform

October 30, 202317763.107Slow ring and Release Preview PC

October 16, 202317763.104Slow ring and Release Preview PC

October 9, 202317763.17Slow ring and Release Preview PC

September 20, 202317763Slow ringPC

September 18, 202317763Fast ringPC

September 18, 202317758.1004Slow ringPC

September 15, 202317760Fast ringPC

September 14, 202317758Slow ringPC

September 11, 202317758Fast ringPC

September 11, 202317754Slow ringPC

September 7, 202317755Fast ringPC

September 5, 202317754Fast ringPC

August 31, 202317751Fast ringPC

August 30, 202317744Slow ringPC

August 29, 202317738Slow ringPC

August 24, 202317746Fast ringPC

August 21, 202317744Fast ringPC

August 17, 202317741Fast ringPC

August 14, 202317738Fast ringPC

August 10, 202317735Fast ringPC

August 8, 202317733Fast ringPC

August 3, 202317730Fast ringPC

July 31, 202317728Fast ringPC

July 26, 202317713.1002Slow ringPC

July 25, 202317723Fast ringPC

July 23, 202317713.1002Fast ringPC

July 11, 202317713Fast ringPC

July 7, 202317711Fast and Skip AheadPC

July 2, 202317692Slow ringPC

June 27, 202317704Fast and Skip AheadPC

June 14, 202317692Fast and Skip AheadPC

June 6, 202317686Fast and Skip AheadPC

May 31, 202317682Fast and Skip AheadPC

May 24, 202317677Fast and Skip AheadPC

May 16, 202317672Fast and Skip AheadPC

May 9, 202317666Fast and Skip AheadPC

May 3, 202317661Fast and Skip AheadPC

April 25, 202317655Skip AheadPC

April 20, 202317650Skip AheadPC

April 12, 202317643Skip AheadPC

April 4, 202317639Skip AheadPC

March 30, 202317634Skip AheadPC

March 21, 202317627Skip AheadPC

March 16, 202317623Skip AheadPC

March 7, 202317618Skip AheadPC

February 14, 202317604Skip AheadPC

Windows 10 version 1803 Insider Preview build history

Version 1803 (April 2023 Update) was the fifth feature update of Windows 10 released on April 10, 2023. Below you’ll find the history of the Windows Insider Preview builds released in the Fast, Slow, and Release Preview rings for the Redstone 4 update development. The latest version available to Insiders is Windows 10 build 17134.

Release dateBuild numberRingPlatform

April 20, 202317134Release PreviewPC

April 20, 202317134Slow RingPC

April 16, 202317134Fast RingPC

April 5, 202317133Release PreviewPC

March 30, 202317133SlowPC

March 27, 202317133FastPC

March 23, 202317128FastPC

March 23, 202317127SlowPC

March 20, 202317127FastPC

March 16, 202317123FastPC

March 16, 202317120SlowPC

March 13, 202317120FastPC

March 9, 202317115SlowPC

March 6, 202317115FastPC

March 2, 202317112FastPC

February 27, 202317110FastPC

February 23, 202317107FastPC

February 14, 202317101FastPC

February 7, 202317093Fast and Skip AheadPC

January 24, 202317083Fast and Skip AheadPC

January 19, 202317074.1002Slow PC

January 19, 202317074.1002Fast and Skip AheadPC

January 12, 202317074Fast and Skip AheadPC

December 19, 202317063Fast and Skip AheadPC

November 22, 202317046Fast and Skip AheadPC

November 16, 202317040Fast and Skip AheadPC

November 8, 202317035Fast and Skip AheadPC

November 1, 202317025SlowPC

October 25, 202317025Fast and Skip AheadPC

October 13, 202317017Fast and Skip AheadPC

September 27, 202317004Fast (Skip Ahead)PC

September 13, 202316362Fast (Skip Ahead)PC

August 31, 202316353Fast (Skip Ahead)PC

July 26, 202316251Fast (Skip Ahead)PC

Windows 10 version 1709 Insider Preview build history

Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update), internally known as Restore Store 3, was the fourth feature update. You’ll find this history of all previews available for this release before it became available to everyone in the table below. The currently available version is Windows 10 build 16299.15 for PC and Windows 10 Mobile build 15254.1 (Windows 10 Mobile Fall Creators Update candidate) for phones.

Release dateBuild numberRingPlatform

October 19, 202315254.1Release PreviewMobile

October 11, 202315254.1Fast/SlowMobile

October 10, 202316299.15Release PreviewPC

October 4, 202316299.15SlowPC

October 2, 202316299.15FastPC

September 28, 202316299SlowPC

September 26, 202316299FastPC

September 26, 202316296SlowPC

September 22, 202316296FastPC

September 22, 202315252SlowMobile

September 22, 202316291SlowPC

September 22, 202316296FastPC

September 20, 202316294FastPC

September 19, 202316291FastPC

September 15, 202315252FastMobile

September 15, 202316288SlowPC

September 14, 202315245SlowMobile

September 12, 202316288FastPC

September 12, 202315250FastMobile

September 1, 202316278SlowPC

September 1, 202316281FastPC

August 29, 202316278FastPC

August 25, 202315245FastMobile

August 25, 202316275FastPC

August 24, 202315240SlowMobile

August 23, 202316273FastPC

August 9, 202315240FastMobile

August 2, 202316257FastPC

August 2, 202315237Fast Mobile

July 26, 202316251Fast (rs3_release)PC

July 26, 202315235FastMobile

July 13, 202316241FastPC

July 13, 202315230FastMobile

July 7, 202316237FastPC

July 7, 202316232SlowPC

July 6, 202316232.1004FastPC

June 28, 202316232FastPC

June 28, 202315228FastMobile

June 21, 202316226FastPC

June 21, 202315226FastMobile

June 21, 202315223SlowMobile

June 13, 202315223FastMobile

June 8, 202316215FastPC

June 8, 202315222FastMobile

May 17, 202316199FastPC

May 17, 202315215FastMobile

May 11, 202316193FastPC

May 11, 202315213FastMobile

May 4, 202316188FastPC

April 28, 202315208FastMobile

April 28, 202316184FastPC

April 24, 202315207FastMobile

April 19, 202316179FastPC

April 19, 202315205FastMobile

April 14, 202316176FastPC

April 14, 202315204FastMobile

April 7, 202316170FastPC

Windows 10 Creators Update (Redstone 2)

April 25, 202315063.251Release Preview, Slow Mobile

March 29, 202315063SlowPC

March 29, 202315063.2SlowMobile

March 28, 202315063.2FastPC

March 20, 202315063SlowPC

March 20, 202315063FastPC, Mobile

March 17, 202315061FastPC

March 16, 202315060FastPC

March 14, 202315058FastPC

March 10, 202315055FastPC, Mobile

March 10, 202315051SlowMobile

March 8, 202315051FastMobile

March 8, 202315048SlowPC

March 3, 202315048FastPC

March 3, 202315047FastMobile

March 2, 202315043SlowMobile

March 1, 202315042SlowPC

February 28, 202315046FastPC

February 24, 202315043FastMobile

February 24, 202315042FastPC

February 8, 202315031FastPC, Mobile

February 3, 202315025SlowPC

February 1, 202315025FastPC, Mobile

January 27, 202315019FastPC

January 20, 202315014FastPC, Mobile

January 12, 202315007FastPC, Mobile

January 9, 202315002FastPC

December 8, 202414986FastPC

December 1, 202414977FastMobile

November 17, 202414971FastPC

November 16, 202414965SlowPC, Mobile

November 9, 202414965FastPC, Mobile

November 3, 202414959FastPC, Mobile

October 25, 202414955FastPC, Mobile

October 19, 202414951FastPC, Mobile

October 13, 202414946FastPC, Mobile

October 7, 202414942FastPC, Mobile

September 28, 202414936FastPC, Mobile

September 14, 202414926FastPC

August 31, 202414915FastPC, Mobile

August 17, 202414905FastPC, Mobile

August 11, 202414901FastPC

If you don’t know the version of Windows 10 your PC is running, you can use this guide to determine exactly the version of the operating system installed on your device.

Join Windows Insider Program

On Windows 10, using the Settings app, you can join your device into any of the three testing changes to get early access to new features and enhancements.

To join the Windows Insider Program, use these steps:

Open Settings.

Sign in with your Microsoft account.

Under the “Pick your Insider settings” section, select the previews you want to test, including:

Dev Channel — Includes new features as soon as they’re ready, but builds are not stable.

Beta Channel — Includes new features and enhancements expected for the next version of Windows 10. The previews are more stable, but you may still run into issues.

Release Preview Channel — Includes the final version of Windows 10, minus some quality updates.

Open Settings after the reboot.

Once you complete the steps, the latest preview build of Windows 10 available in the channel you selected will download and install on your computer.

Switch Windows Insider Program channel

You can always switch between channels to test different builds, but you can’t roll back to the current version of Windows 10 without reinstallation.

To switch Insider channels, use these steps:

Open Settings.

Under the “Pick your Insider settings” section, select the active Insider channel – for example, Dev Channel.

Select a different Insider channel of Windows 10.

Restart your device.

Open Settings after the reboot.

After you complete the steps, the new build from the active channel you selected will download and install on the device.

Stop Windows Insider Program builds

Although you can’t roll back to the current release of Windows 10 (unless you perform a clean installation), you can use an option to opt-out of the program, which will continue to download Insider builds. However, once the final version is released, the device will gracefully be removed from the program.

Stop Windows Insider Preview builds

To stop getting Insider builds of Windows 10, use these steps:

Open Settings.

Under the “Stop getting preview builds” section, turn off the toggle switch for the setting.

Once you complete the steps, the device will no longer receive Insider builds once the final version is installed.

Originally published in October 2023, information has been updated in Novmeber 2023, and it’ll be kept updated as new releases become available.

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