Microsoft Holds Back This Week’s Windows Insider Build Due To Blocking Bug

For all those Windows Insiders who are currently enrolled in the Fast Ring, we have some bad news for you. Microsoft has no plans to release a new flight this week.

In a recent announcement, Microsoft has confirmed that the Windows 10 team isn’t going to roll out a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build to Fast Ring Insiders. For those who don’t know, Microsoft has recently discovered a blocking bug in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19592.

Even though the build was released last week, Microsoft engineers are still working to fix this issue. Apparently, the Windows Insider team is investigating the issue and the bug won’t be addressed until next week.

In addition, Windows users are also waiting for Microsoft to fix the taskbar issues to be addressed. Someone noted in response to the tweet:

“Very disappointing with all the issues with taskbar getting messed up and having to restart Windows Explorer often to fix it!”

No ETA For Windows 10 v2004?

As a reminder, Microsoft is yet to announce an official name along with a release date for its upcoming feature update i. e Windows 10 version 2004. It seems like the company has already finished working on it, but it remains to be seen that when the company speaks about its release.

As thousands of Microsoft’s employees are now working from home due to the ongoing virus crisis, the company may push the release date for Windows 10 v2004 in the coming weeks. However, it would remain until Microsoft releases an official statement about the updated release schedule.

In the meantime, Microsoft is still testing new features for the upcoming feature update. The Redmond Giant recently announced some major changes for developers in version 2004.

It is worth noting that all the new features that are currently available in the Fast Ring may not land in the final version. The company has already confirmed that all those features that aren’t year ready for a release may be shipped in a future version.

Have you encountered a problem after installing Windows 10 Build 19592? Comment down below.

Alex Schoff
Alex is a technology reporter with a particular interest in Microsoft and Windows. He keeps a close eye on major developments related to Windows 10, Google Chrome, Office 365, and more.