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Windows 10 20H1 build 19013.1000 rolls out to Fast ring, includes no changes or fixes

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What you need to know

  • A new Windows 10 preview build is available for Fast ring Insiders.
  • This release pushes the build number to 19013.1000 but doesn't include any changes or fixes.
  • Insiders on the Fast ring can download this release via Windows Update now.

What's new in build 19013.1000

Nothing, or at least not anything of note, is new in Windows 10 build 19013.1000. The blog post announcing the latest build states, "We have released Build 19013.1000 (KB4528332) to Windows Insiders. This update does not include any changes or fixes."

This update is a small update that goes on top of build 19013. That update brought more kaomoji, improvements to memory management for the Windows Subsystem for Linux, and several other changes. That update also removed Your Phone's dependancy on a Bluetooth connection.

If you're enrolled in the Fast ring, you can download build 19013.100 now via Windows Update. You can read more about the lack of changes at the Windows Blog. That blog post also details the most recent build that included several changes.

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  • I used to be in the skip ahead ring, but yesterday I have noticed that I was moved back to the fast ring. Interestingly I could choose again to move into the skip ahead ring.
    Is this pointing to the next version shift or did I just miss the announcement for this?
  • Hm, it kicked me out again from the skip ahead ring now saying it's closed.
  • interesting... today.. I already received a cumulative update for build 19013.1000..
  • Why release it at all, then?
  • They're probably testing the "servicing stack" - aka the ability for Windows Update to successfully apply cumulative updates instead of full builds. So they likely just changed version numbers of a bunch of dlls and pushed a 300MB update.
  • That is a possibility.