New build for the Windows 10 Insider program Dev channel. Microsoft has released the Build 20262 (FE_RELEASE) in which we have a series of corrections and, of course, a series of known problems that have already been detected but are still pending solution.
Fixed an issue that caused certain applications to launch unexpectedly transparent on recent builds, with no visible content. Fixed an issue where old SleepStudy etls were not being cleaned up unexpectedly. Fixed an issue that caused no response to the first one time a pen was clicked after pairing due to an underlying crash Fixed an issue that caused scrolling the touchpad to no longer work on the focused tab after closing a browser tab using CTRL + W while was scrolling on a touchpad. Fixed an issue where some of the notifications related to blocking at first glance were not being localized. Fixed an issue where when using Narrator in scan mode, it was not possible to activate the “Login with pin or smart card” buttons in authentication dialog using ol space to Enter key Fixed a recent issue where when both Wi-Fi and cellular were connected, if Wi-Fi was disconnected, the floating network control would say that the cellular was still connected, but apps on They couldn’t actually use the internet Fixed a high impact DWM crash affecting some Insiders in recent releases Fixed an issue that could cause setup to fail when navigating to Storage Sense Fixed an issue that caused registry issues of applications for some of the applications included with the previous flight after the update.
They are investigating reports of the update process crashing for extended periods when trying to install a new version. Live previews of pinned sites are not yet enabled for all Insiders, so you may see a gray window when hover your mouse over the thumbnail on the taskbar. We are still working to polish this experience. They are working to enable the new taskbar experience for existing pinned sites. In the meantime, you can unpin the site from the taskbar, remove it from the edge: // apps page, and then pin the site again. They are working to fix an issue that causes some users to see error 0x80070426 when using their account Microsoft to log into various applications. If you find it, restarting your PC may solve it. They are investigating an issue where in recent versions of Dev Channel no drives appear in Settings> System> Storage> Manage Disks and Volumes. As a workaround, you can manage your disks in the classic Disk Management tool. They are investigating reports that some displays incorrectly have black text on dark backgrounds when dark theme is enabled.