Microsoft Pushes Windows 10 Build 19631 for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring

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Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 Build 19631 for Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. The Windows 10 Build 19631 includes bug fixes including General changes and improvements. The update provides improvements related to Windows Hello. Microsoft has updated the configuration of Windows Hello to ensure that it works effectively with 940nm wavelength cameras. Moreover, the Windows Sandbox WSB files are now case insensitive.

The Windows 10 Build 19631 update has fixed the issue that caused the IIS configuration set to default after a new build. If the keypress doesn’t wake up a device from connected standby in certain scenarios, then that issue has been resolved. The update also resolved an issue, which impacts Remote Desktop reliability.

Microsoft also revealed that there are few known issues and the team is working on providing fixes for them. The issue pertaining to eMMC storage booting is currently being looked into. Moreover, Windows Insiders have been reporting that the update process hangs for an extended time when you install a new build.

If the Settings | Privacy the Documents and Downloads sections show a broken icon, then the issue will be resolved in the upcoming iterations. There are also reports that the Taskbar preview thumbnails won’t render consistently and will be fixed soon. You have to wait until Microsoft release a new update for the Windows Insiders.

You will know when the Windows 10 Build 19631 update is available for your device from the Power option on the Start menu. Windows 10 will throw a message box when the update hits your device. You can reschedule the installation to a later date as per your convenience. We would recommend you to capture a backup of your system before initiating the download process. This will help you to restore data in case of a crash, which is highly unlikely.

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