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Microsoft releases a new Windows 10 preview build 19042.662 to the Windows Insiders in the Beta and Release Preview channels running Windows 10 October 2020 Update. This update includes several bug fixes along with the USB 3.0 bug and the bug that causes a black screen for Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) users.

 

This update comes as a KB4586853 article, and will soon be released to the non-insiders as an optional update. Later, it will be forced as a mandatory update as part of the patch Tuesday.

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Starting October 20th, Microsoft is rolling out the latest feature update of Windows 10 to the seekers on compatible devices. Whenever Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, the company publishes a list of features being deprecated or removed from the operating system.

 

The same is applicable for Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2) also. As we already covered the new addition of the features in this update, you should also know what's been removed or deprecated.

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Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2, build 19042) is the latest feature update of Windows 10, which has been released on October 20th. Initially, the update is being offered to seekers with compatible devices. If it's not yet offered to your system, you can perform a clean installation by downloading the latest ISO/DVD image.

 

Once you have download the disk image file, you can burn it to a DVD or USB drive, and boot it from there. Here's we will be sharing 5 simple steps to make a Windows 10 bootable USB pen drive.

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Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2, build 19042) on October 20th to selected users who manually seek for updates. Microsoft is also offering users to download the ISOs of the Windows 10 October 2020 Update for clean installations.

 

Windows 10 version 20H2 ISOs are being offered in both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) formats. If you are looking for the ISO image for offline installation, here's a quick trick by which you can download it directly from the Microsoft site for free.

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Microsoft announced the rolling out of the much-awaited Windows 10 October 2020 Update, also known as version 20H2. Microsoft says that the update is currently rolling out to seekers who opt to install it by manually checking for new updates from the Windows Update settings page.

 

The latest version of Windows 10, i.e. build 19042, comes with the new Microsoft Edge (Chromium), an updated Start Menu, the ability to update the screen refresh rate, and more new features and enhancements.

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It's just a count of few days before the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2) finally arrives at your PC. It is already being aired to the Windows Insiders who are currently in the Release Preview Channel. If you are a regular reader of our site, you already knew about the features that are coming with Windows 10 October 2020 Update.

 

One of the few features is an improved ALT + TAB experience for Microsoft Edge. Though it is said to be a nice feature, sometimes it creates trouble. If you are one of those victims, like me, here's how you can turn off the Microsoft Edge tabs from ALT-Tab switching.

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Windows 10 October 2020 Update (version 20H2) reached the next milestone. Windows 10 build 19042.508 (KB4571756) is now rolling out to the Windows Insiders who are in the Release Preview Channel to get it checked before the company promotes it to the general public.

 

So, it's just a month's time before it gets general availability. Once it goes live, will you upgrade to it, or wait for a month or two before it comes to a stable state? Let us know your views.

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