What you need to know
- Microsoft pushed out a new Windows 10 20H1 update for Slow ring Insiders today.
- This release pushes the build number to 19041.21.
- The update is a small cumulative one that packs security updates.
Microsoft pushed out another new update for Windows 10 Insiders on the Slow ring today. This release moves the build number up to 19041.21. There are no new features in this release, but it does bring some security updates for the system as a whole.
Here's a look at the full release notes for this build:
- Security updates to Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows Input and Composition, Windows Graphics, Microsoft Scripting Engine, .NET Framework, Windows Cryptography, Windows Subsystem for Linux, Windows Peripherals, Windows Storage and Filesystems, and Windows Server.
If you're enrolled in the Windows Insider Slow ring, you can grab build 19041.21 via Windows Update now. Otherwise, you can check out Microsoft's full blog post for more information.
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