New Windows 10 19H2 build fixes issues with uninstalling 19H2 updates

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What you need to know

  • Microsoft released Windows 10 build 18363.387 to Release Preview Insiders.
  • The update is a small refresh when compared to the 18363.385 update that released four days ago.
  • The update fixes issues related to uninstalling 19H2 updates.

A new update is available for Windows Insiders. Windows 10 build 18363.387 is available for Insiders testing 19H2 builds of Windows 10. Microsoft outlined the changes in a blog post. The complete changelog for the update is rather short, stating,

  • Today we have enabled 19H2 Build 18363.387 for Windows Insiders in Release Preview. This is just a small refresh update from Build 18363.385 with some fixes for uninstalling 19H2 updates.

The update is only a small refresh when compared to build 18363.385 that released earlier this week. With only a .002 bump in build number, there aren't many changes. The new build has fixes for uninstalling 19H2 updates.

Earlier in September, Microsoft made it so everyone on the Release Preview ring that manually seeks an update will receive 19H2.

Windows 10 19H2: What is it, and what's included?

Windows 10 19H2 is the first major feature update of Windows 10 that improves upon an update that already exists. 19H2 sits on top of 19H1 like a normal Windows 10 patch. This will result in a quicker upgrade compared to previous major feature updates. 19H2 won't have many new features when compared to other major feature updates either. Instead, the update is dedicated fo fixing bugs, improving performance, and adding minor features.

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