- Windows 10 update KB5001330 releases in the Release Preview Channel for commercial PCs.
- The update is also available in the Beta Channel for all Insiders.
- Build 19043.928 only includes fixes and improvements.
Microsoft is getting closer to releasing the Windows 10 21H1 with the release of build 19043.928 (KB5001330) in the Beta Channel and Release Preview Channel for commercial devices.
According to the company, the update KB5001330 is a patch that addresses several problems with version 21H1, including error 0x800f081f error when attempting to install an early version of KB5000842. Disables RemoteFX vGPU by default to mitigate a security vulnerability described by the CVE-2020-1036 post at the Microsoft Security Response Center. And the update fixes a Kerberos problem on devices connected to an Active Directory controller.
In addition, KB5001330 includes security updates to Windows App Platform and Frameworks, Windows Apps, Windows Input and Composition, Windows Office Media, Windows Fundamentals, Windows Cryptography, the Windows AI Platform, Windows Kernel, Windows Virtualization, Internet Explorer, and Windows Media.
Windows 10 21H1 install
The update will download and install automatically for devices enrolled in the Beta Channel. If the device running version 20H2 is not enrolled in the Windows Insider Program, you first need to enroll it in the Beta Channel before the new version becomes available. You can do this by going to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Insider Program and clicking the Get started button.
In the wizard, click the Link an account option, select your Microsoft account, and click the Continue button. Under the “Pick your Insider settings” section, select the Beta Channel option, and click the Confirm button. Confirm the terms and conditions, restart the device, and then use the following steps to upgrade.
Then you can install Windows 10 21H1 going to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, click the Check for updates button, and then under the “Feature update to Windows 10, version 21H1” section, click the Download and install option.
Although this update is rolling out in the Release Preview Channel, it is only available for commercial customers. This means that only devices running Windows 10 Pro with a volume license, CommercialID, connected to a domain, or managed through the Microsoft Endpoint Manager or a third-party MDM tool will be able to download the update through this channel.