Windows 10 21364 is available for the Insider to download [Update]

[Original 23-04-2021]: After the Insider Build 21364.1 update, it is seen that the "Search Bar" appears to be a little different. Before it appears to be the color of the windows set in the personalization settings, but now there appears a white space around |Type here to search" text.

[Original 21-04-2021]: The insiders in the dev channel are allowed to try a new build again. The Windows 10 Insider Build 21364.1, more precisely the 10.0.21364.1 co_release created on April 16. can now be downloaded and tested.

"News and interesting topics" for the taskbar have now been ported back to the 1904x.962 using KB5001391. We insiders will certainly be able to try out new changes before they find their way into the older versions.

We will of course collect the ISOs for this version again and then put the link here. But as always, let's get to the changes in this version first.

Linux GUI applications can now run directly on Windows using the first preview of GUI app support on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

The task manager supports the process classification from Microsoft Edge. “This will help you identify resource consumption under Microsoft Edge. The classification is divided into various components such as tabs, browser processes (browser, GPU process, crash pad), utility plugins (utility: audio service extensions), dedicated & service workers, etc. There are also separate symbols for each process "

The task manager also has an eco mode. Instead of ending a process, you can right-click it to throttle it in order to conserve process resources. "This feature is useful when you notice that an app is consuming a lot of resources and you want to limit their consumption so that the system gives priority to other apps, which leads to a faster foreground response and better energy efficiency." Important: This feature is not yet activated all rolled out.

Based on the feedback, we are updating the notification that previously read, “We need to fix your account (most likely your password has been changed)” to be more representative of what it is for, and now say “Choose here to log into your account log in to continue using apps between this device and your other devices."

If you switch the night light on or off manually, e.g. B. via the action center, the night light now switches on immediately instead of slowly changing over. Also, see here.

Known issues in Windows 10 21364

  • We are investigating reports that the update process hangs for an extended period of time when trying to install a new build.
  • [News and Interests] If you press the ESC key to close an open context menu in the flyout, the entire flyout will be closed instead.
  • [Messages and Interests] Sometimes you cannot use the stylus to exit the Messages and Interests flyout.
  • We're investigating an issue where Search items (including the search box in File Explorer) no longer display correctly in the dark theme.
  • The Windows Camera app currently does not respect the standard brightness setting that was set via the new camera settings page.
  • We're working on a fix that will cause WSL users to experience degradation in File Explorer startup performance after upgrading to build 21354 and above.

Fixed issues in Windows 10 21364

  • We fixed an issue that caused some USB attached printers to stop working after upgrading to build 21354 and higher.
  • Thematic splash screens are now visible again in this build.
  • We fixed an explorer.exe crash affecting Insiders in recent builds.
  • We fixed an issue that resulted in the About page in Settings sometimes appearing blank.
  • We fixed an issue resulting in the previous build corrupting some characters in Settings, such as: For example, in the text “These folders are not indexed” on the “Search Windows” page.
  • We fixed an issue that could result in the Windows update status in the settings header being incorrect.
  • We fixed an issue where the Manage Drives and Volumes page in Settings was incorrectly showing HDDs as SSDs.
  • Fixed an issue where chkdsk would sometimes not correctly calculate elapsed time.
  • Fixed an issue where some of the text in the UAC dialog was not displayed correctly.
  • We fixed an issue where recent changes to the standard spacing in File Explorer caused the icon in the address bar to be a little too close to the page.
  • We fixed an issue where the New Text Document button on the File Explorer ribbon would not work.
  • We fixed an issue where some Insiders had their File Explorer unexpectedly not pinning after resetting or reinstalling their PC in recent builds.
  • We fixed an issue where the battery icon in the system tray looked like it was at 90%, while with some scaling it was actually 100%.
  • We fixed an issue that was affecting the reliability of Windows Hello in recent builds.
  • We fixed an issue where Windows Firewall was unexpectedly showing an error recently when updating existing rules to block.
  • We fixed an issue where sihost.exe would sometimes crash when trying to use the Share option when right-clicking an app in Start.
  • We fixed an issue that was affecting search reliability for some Insiders in the last two builds. Please let us know if you continue to experience crashes after upgrading as the cause could be another.
  • We fixed an issue that was causing some Insiders in recent builds to show a CRITICAL PROCESS DIED bug check.
  • We fixed an issue that could lead to a freeze in certain games recently when invoking overlays with HDR enabled.
  • We fixed an issue where certain images would not appear as expected in the clipboard history after being copied from a webpage using Microsoft Edge.
  • We fixed an issue where elements of the Japanese IME candidate window could be cut off when using 200% text scaling.
  • We fixed an issue where after using the gesture on the space bar of the touch keyboard to move the cursor, the displayed states of the Shift and Ctrl keys could no longer match the actual state.
  • We fixed an issue preventing x64 applications on ARM64 like Cyberlink PhotoDirector from detecting the presence of the C ++ redistributables.
  • We fixed an issue that was preventing split screen mode from working for Auto HDR.
  • We added support for x64 shell extensions out of process on ARM64.
  • The shortcuts for the 3D Viewer and Print 3D apps have been moved back to Start.

Upon successful installation of the Windows 10 21364.1 (co_release) insider program, you should see this on the bottom right corner of your desktop about the build details.

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