Microsoft Pushes Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19569

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Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19569 for the Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. The update brings in bug fixes and improvements. Microsoft resolved an issue that resulted in the non-functioning of OneDrive. If the Microsoft OneDrive used a high amount of processing power resulting from the previous build, then the issue has been resolved. Microsoft also resolved an issue where SCSI drivers were not recognized with few third-party virtual machines. The drivers used to throw c1900191 errors on devices.

The Windows 10 Insider Preview build 19569 also resolved an issue, which impacts Start menu reliability. If your system experienced a green screen with SYSTEMTHREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED error after the installation of the previous build, then this issue has been fixed.

Microsoft is currently working to redesign the icons for all the products and this includes Windows 10. Previously, the Redmond-based software giant refreshed the Office icons. The icons for the built-in apps such as Alarms, Clocks, Mail, Calculator, Calendar have been updated based on the feedback from Windows Insiders.

In addition to the design consistency, the Windows Insiders were interested to see accessibility recognition capabilities. Microsoft has rolled out the new icons to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring with the addition of the Mail and Calendar icons. Going forward, Windows Insiders will continue to experience new UI and UX based icons after each Windows Update.

Microsoft will conduct the Windows Insider Webcast on March 3 at 10 AM PST. You will be able to watch the proceedings on the Windows Insider Mixer channel. In the meantime, you can navigate to the Flight Hub for more information about the Windows Insider ring.

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