Windows 10 build 18362.30 hits Fast and Slow ring Insiders with three fixes

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Microsoft is pushing out another new Windows 10 preview build today, this time delivering the same one to both Fast and Slow ring Insiders. Today's release pushes both Insider channels up to build 18362.30, and it only includes three fixes.

So long as you have previously updated to build 18356.21, Microsoft says build 18362.30 should be offered via Windows Update. Here's a look at the fixes included:

  • We fixed an issue where AAD users were not able to sign-in after updating to 19H1 on AAD-joined PC not enrolled into MDM.
  • We fixed an issue where users were unable to enable\disable .NET Framework or other optional feature- on-demand (FODs) after installing recent Cumulative Updates.
  • We fixed an issue where a user's PC may get into a unbootable state after installing a Cumulative Update and then installing a optional feature-on-demand (FOD).

This latest build comes as Microsoft has started ratcheting down its development on the next feature update. Known as its codename, 19H1, until now, the company today christened it the May 2019 Update, with a planned release for late May.

If you're on either the Fast or Slow ring, you can grab Windows 10 preview build 18362.30 now via Windows Update. For more, check out Microsoft's full post on the Windows Blog.

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