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Last week, Microsoft released Windows 10 Preview Build 20226 to the Windows Insiders in the Dev channel, which came with a new storage health monitoring system to detect hardware abnormalities in NVMe SSDs and other new improvements. But after installing this build, many insiders reported not being able to log in to their user profile(s) as expected.

 

Microsoft now acknowledged this issue and came up with a workaround. There are two scenarios that they have covered for the users encountering this 'User Profile Logon Issue'. Continue reading further to learn how you can resolve it by applying the workaround.

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Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Preview Build to the Windows Insiders in the Dev channel. The new build 20226 comes from the rs_prerelease branch, which is where the new features show up first. With this build, Microsoft is rolling out multiple improvements to Windows 10, including one new feature to the Storage settings page.

 

The new feature adds a storage health monitoring system, that has been designed to detect hardware abnormalities and protect your data. To know more about this feature, and other changes, continue reading further.

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Microsoft released a new Windows 10 build to the Windows Insiders, who are in the Dev channel. The latest insiders preview build 20221 brings the "Meet Now" icon to the Windows 10 Taskbar, giving you easy access to create a new meeting, or join an existing meeting through a link/access code.

 

The build also adds updates to Your Phone notifications, a couple of fixes, and changes to the Dev channel. If you are a Windows Insider, check for updates to get this build.

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Dark Theme improvements come to Windows Search. With the latest Windows 10 Insiders Preview Build 20215 in the Dev Channel, Microsoft now rolling out the dark theme support to the Windows Search results through a server-side change.

 

This change will make the transition between Start and search results easier on the eyes now. To know what has been changed with Windows 10 build 20215, continue reading further.

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