Windows 10 Insider Dev 21332.1000 Rs_Prerelease 210306-1859

Good morning, friends! Microsoft has released a new pre-build of Windows 10 under the number 21332 for Windows Insider program participants using the Dev channel (formerly “Early Access”).

Full build number: Windows 10 Insider Dev 21332.1000 Rs_Prerelease 210306-1859

21332 1000 rs prerelease 210306 1859
21332 1000 rs prerelease 210306 1859

We would let you that the Dev channel can contain quite unpleasant errors if you are a beginner. If you need more establishment, we recommend switching to the Release Preview channels or Beta (Late access).


Deploying the News and Interests widget»

  • Over the past two months, Microsoft has tested several variations of the News and Interests widget on the taskbar. Many excellent reviews were received from participants of the Windows Insider program. In the end, the option that Microsoft believes is the best was chosen.
  • Now the News and Interests pop-up window will display two columns of content, allowing you to quickly view the feed with blocks of weather, current news, finance, etc. By default, it opens when you hover or click. Based on the feedback, Microsoft will soon provide the ability to open the widget with just a click of the mouse.
  • Given these changes, Microsoft resets the process of distributing the News and Interests widget to insiders on the Dev channel. This means that for some insiders, the widget will disappear from the taskbar. But don’t worry about it. Microsoft hopes that shortly the widget will be available to all insiders on the Dev channel.
  • Gradually deploying features to insiders allows the company to quickly identify issues that may affect the performance and stability of the system.

Changes and improvements

  • The recently introduced “Paste only Text” option in Clipboard history (WIN + V) now available to all insiders on the Dev channel.
  • In this build, Splash Screens with UWP app theme support are re-enabled for all insiders on the Dev channel.
  • 3D Viewer and Paint 3D will no longer be pre-installed when you clean install the latest insider builds. Both apps will still be available in the Microsoft Store and will remain on your device after the OS update. Thus, after the update, these applications should not disappear from the list in the Start menu.
  • The math input panel has been removed from the system, as it is rarely used. However, the mechanism for controlling the input and recognition of mathematical data, on which the application worked, will remain in the system as an additional function called “Math Recognizer”, which can be installed in the section “Parameters” -> “Applications” -> “Applications and Features” -> “Additional Components”. Thus, although the application will not be part of the system, the functions for entering mathematical equations in OneNote, Excel, and other applications will continue to work.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that caused the Surface Pro X to experience a GSOD when it came out of sleep mode.
  • Fixed an issue where devices would freeze after connecting the Xbox controller when shutting down, rebooting, or going to sleep on previous builds.
  • Fixed an issue where the “About” page in the “Parameters” section was missing in the previous build.
  • Fixed an issue where the “OS Build and System Information” link didn’t work on the Windows Update page.
  • Fixed an issue where some search results in “Parameters” were unexpectedly missing on previous builds.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the Settings app to crash after going to System – > Power and Sleep Mode.
  • Fixed an issue where the Settings – > Update & Security – > Windows Update section did not display information that all available updates were installed on your device.
  • Fixed an issue where the Chinese lunar calendar text was not displayed correctly in the “Clock and Calendar” pop-up window on the taskbar.
  • Fixed an issue where it was unexpectedly possible to scroll through the Quick Actions area in the Notification Center when that area was minimized.
  • Fixed an issue affecting GPU Compute support in Windows Subsystem for Linux. More information about the error can be found on GitHub.
  • Fixed an issue where the clipboard history window might not update to display new items.
  • Fixed an issue where the touch keyboard would close when the app was launched, even if you manually called it up with a button on the taskbar.
  • Fixed an issue where GIFs from the touch keyboard or emoji panel were unexpectedly inserted as standard images in other apps.
  • Fixed an issue where using the search to insert a scarlet heart emoticon using the touch keyboard or the emoji panel in some apps would insert a black emoticon, even though the app supports colour emoticons.
  • Fixed an issue wherein the dark theme for Pinyin IME, the displayed hints were unreadable due to the black text.
  • Fixed an issue with text input using some IMEs that caused the” Screen Announcer ” to not voice when you expanded or collapsed the displayed information in the candidate’s window.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some TV tuners to not work.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause a GSOD to occur when renaming a file or folder on the SD card.
  • Fixed an issue where GSODS could randomly appear on devices with Trend Micro software installed.
  • Fixed an issue where devices with Bitdefender installed could display a black screen or crash. explorer.exe. A Bitdefender software update is required to resolve the issue.

Known issues

  • We are investigating reports that the system update process may hang for a long time when trying to install a new build.
  • The real-time preview for pinned site tabs is not yet available to all insiders, so you may see a grey window when you hover over the thumbnail on the taskbar. Engineers are working to improve this feature.
  • Engineers are working on enabling a new taskbar feature for already pinned websites. However, you can unpin the site from the taskbar, remove it from the edge://apps page, and then re-pin it.
  • [News and Interests] We are investigating an issue where the News Interests widget may not be available when you log in to Windows without an Internet connection, but reappears when you connect to the network.
  • [News and interests] Sometimes the pop-up window of news and interesting information cannot be closed with a pen.
  • [ARM64] Insiders who installed a preview version of the Qualcomm Adreno graphics driver on the Surface Pro X may experience reduced display brightness. This issue has been fixed in the updated preview version of the graphics driver, which you can find at the link: If you encounter this problem, then check out the topic in the “Feedback Center” at this link.
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) users will not be able to use the GPU Compute feature after upgrading to this build. Engineers are working on fixing the problem. It is noted that the problem does not affect users who have made a “clean” installation of the new build.
  • Engineers are working to fix an issue that may cause some devices with Realtek network adapters with driver version to periodically lose their Internet connection.
  • We are investigating an issue where games can only run at 60 Hz on some monitors with a high refresh rate. On monitors with the Variable Refresh Rate function, image breaks may be observed.
  • The Network pop-up menu on the login screen does not open on this build, which means you will not be able to connect to the new network before logging in. If your account requires an Internet connection to log in, you can work around the problem by connecting to Ethernet or moving the device to a previously configured Wi-Fi network. You can also log in with any other available account.
  • Engineers are working on fixing the DWM memory leak that appeared in the previous build.

I wish you a successful update!

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