A new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build has been released, and it includes a rich selection of performance boosts and bug fixes. It also comes with a great feature that will make. The update will be available soon on the Fast Ring, and it appears to be quite attractive for users who work within tech-focused domains among we can count coding and software development.
Windows 10 Update To Add A Great Feature For Virtual Machines
The Windows 10 update will offer support for Hyper-V functions in the case of devices that sport a CPU with ARM64 architecture. This is excellent news for the Windows-on-ARM initiative since the use of virtualization on ARM-based chips is an important step forward.
It is essential to highlight the fact that those who run an Enterprise or Pro version of Windows 10 will gain the most benefits if their system uses an ARM64 processor.
Other changes in the Windows 10 update
Below you can find a summary of the most significant changes that will be present in the Windows 10 19559.1000 Fast Ring Insider Preview Build:
- Windows 10 Insider build users who use an ARM64 device can now see and install Hyper-V functions if they run an Enterprise or Pro version.
- A bug that made the Explorer.exe task unstable when the users moved within folders with .heic or RAW files has been removed.
- A bug that froze Explorer.exe when the user attempted to delete select .tif files has been removed.
- In some cases, the upper area pixels of a window was cut off when the WIN+Above and WIN+ Left/Right commands were used in succession. The issue has been solved, and the bug will no longer appear.
- In some cases, the Event Viewer would crash when select recent events were selected. The issue has been addressed.
While Microsoft has been hard at work on the removal of bugs, users who installed the Windows 10 November 2019 update continue to complain about a large number of problems, including the fact that they cannot upgrade to new builds.
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