Microsoft Windows 10 20H1 19013 .1.vb_release. 191025. 1609

Windows 10 Insider Preview 19013.1 (vb_release)

Evaluation copy. Build 19013 .vb_release. 191025. 1609

Windows 10 Insider Preview 19013.1102 is on the Skip Ahead Ring!

Cumulative update for Windows 10 Next version (10.0.19013.1102) (KB4528630) This update includes a fix to the remote desktop issue where DWM would start crashing and the session window would either go completely black, experience black flashes, or log out of the remote desktop session altogether. 

After update

Microsoft Windows 10 20H1 19013 .1.vb_release.  191025. 1609
Winver after update look

Microsoft Windows 10 20H1 19013 .1.vb_release.  191025. 1609

They gave this update on 1 November and I did it on 2 November (Build Number 10.0.19013.1000) (KB4528332)

Microsoft pulls still another update for the Windows 10 Insider in the Fast Ring and Skip Ahead over. The KB4528332 makes the Windows 10 19013.1000 out of the Windows 10 (20H1) 19013.1. The update itself contains no changes. Only the update function is tested, but it is useful for Microsoft to test some update distribution services.


Microsoft today released a minor update for Windows 10 20H1. Assembly 19013.1000 (KB 4528332) is available to users in Fast Ring, but does not contain any changes, innovations or corrections. This is a service update for testing distribution systems, so your task is to download it to your devices and report it in the Feedback Center in case of problems.

Please note that when installing additional components and hanging in the background update, restarting the computer does not initiate the installation of the update. If you are stuck at this stage, pause the update center, resume its work and check for updates. Developers are testing a service channel on assemblies 20H1. A Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version Next 10.0.19013.1000 (KB4528332).

Windows 10 Insider Preview 19013.1 (vb_release)

Evaluation copy. Build 19013 .vb_release. 191025. 1609

Microsoft Windows 10 20H1 19013 .1.vb_release.  191025. 1609
Installing update
Microsoft has released a new pre-build of Windows 10 20H1 under the number 19013 for members of the Windows Insider program using the Fast and Skip Ahead channels.

Full build number: 19013.1.vb_release.191025-1609. As you can see, the assembly belongs to the vb_release branch, not rs_prerelease. VB is derived from Vibranium, another code name for Windows 10 20H1.

They remind you that the development of this functional update is at an early stage, so the current builds may contain rather unpleasant errors. If you need more stability, They recommend switching to the Slow (Late Access) or Release Preview channels.
More kaomoji

In Windows 10 (version 1903), Microsoft updated the Emoji Panel, which is called by the key combination WIN +  or WIN +, adding kaomoji and special characters to it. Kaomoji are Japanese emoticons made up using a combination of different characters.

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 2 will now return unused Linux RAM

Previously, the amount of RAM for the WSL 2 virtual machine increased according to needs but did not decrease if the memory is no longer used. This change will allow you to return unused Linux virtual machine memory to Windows, which will reduce memory consumption.
Other updates for insiders
Available PoTheyrToys v0.12

Microsoft has released a new version of PoTheyrToys under number 0.12. It is available on GitHub. The company received many excellent reviews and suggestions from the community, and thanks for that.

The new version includes a feature called PoTheyrRename, which allows you to quickly rename multiple files, improve FancyZones and support for a dark theme.

Microsoft has heard reviews about the dependence of the “Phone Screen” function on Bluetooth Low Energy. The company worked closely with Samsung to provide more convenient work with the function on all Windows 10 PCs, eliminating its dependence on the role of a peripheral device, which expands the overall coverage of the function.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was the first device to support this feature. After receiving positive reviews, Microsoft has included this feature on the Galaxy Fold, S10, S10 + and S10e smartphones. To use it, you need to update the software of supported Samsung devices to the latest version, which includes the “Connect with Windows” function. Now the function will also be supported on Samsung Galaxy A30s, A50s, and A90 smartphones, and in the coming months, the company will add support for other devices.

Along with this, Microsoft removes the option to connect using Bluetooth. If you used the “Phone Screen” function via Bluetooth and you have a smartphone that does not yet support the “Connect with Windows” function, the “Phone Screen” function will automatically disappear from the “Your Phone” application. The company recommends that you disconnect your devices in the Bluetooth settings on your PC and Android so that you do not have a connection that is currently not in use.

Requirements for the function “Phone Screen”:

A smartphone running Android 9.0 or later.
The Android smartphone must be connected to the same network as the PC.
Preview of new DirectX 12 features

In the latest 20H1 builds, you can watch the new DirectX 12 features, including DirectX Raytracing (level 1.1), Mesh Shader, and Sampler Feedback. A more detailed explanation of each feature can be found in the DirectX development team blog post.

Fixes and improvements

Fixed a problem that led to frame skipping from build 19002 when starting games and videos in full-screen mode.
Fixed a problem due to which the system recovery function did not work with the option to boot from the cloud when starting from Windows RE.
An issue has been fixed due to which there They’re no pre-installed applications (such as, “Calculator”) and other UWP applications on the “Applications and Features” page.
Starting from this assembly, desktop wallpaper synchronization is again launched. Microsoft continues to work on a new synchronization mechanism and thanks insiders for their patience.
Fixed an issue where Wi-Fi unexpectedly often reset (turned off and on) on earlier builds.
The problem is fixed, due to which the Wi-Fi status in “Settings” could hang on the “Connection” inscription, although the network pop-up window on the taskbar indicated (correctly) that you are connected to the Internet.
Fixed an issue that caused the temporary suspension of updates to cause error 0xc19001e1 in the history of Windows Update.
Fixed an issue where the option “Open folder with file” in the search results did not work if the search result was a folder.
The problem has been fixed, due to which when moving the Cortana window to certain places on the screen and then closing the window, the minimization animation did not go to the Cortana icon on the taskbar.
The problem that caused the incorrect rendering of Explorer when using monitors with different DPIs has been fixed.
Fixed an issue where you might encounter a situation where it was impossible to set focus on the search field in Explorer to print a query.
Fixed a problem that could lead to the disappearance of the application thumbnail if you right-click on it in the “Task View”.
Fixed an issue where the “Send Message” button in some notifications did not appear when using high white contrast.
Fixed an issue where a notification that appears after WIN + Shift + S might not display the screenshot taken.
Fixed an issue where the Resource Manager did not display disk activity information.
Fixed an issue where, when calling SUBST with a path ending in, an error “Path not found” appeared.

Fixed memory leak in running applications that repeatedly sent requests for gamma settings.
When shutting down, some users saw a message stating that an application named “G” was preventing the system from shutting down. Microsoft examined the messages and discovered a problem due to which the windows associated with GDI + They’re referred to as “G”. The company fixed this, so in the future, these applications will have the name “GDI + Window ()”, where is the name of the .exe file using GDI + Fixed problem.