Windows 10 build 18362.10015 download

Windows 10 build 18362.10015 and .10014 (19H2) release with changes

The Windows 10 19H2 development gets two new previews (build 18362.10013 and build 18362.10014) with small improvements, and here's all you need to know.

As part of the 19H2 development, Microsoft is rolling out Windows 10 build 18362.10015 for devices already running build 18362.10013, and build 18362.10014 for computers running build 18362.10012. These are release number six and seven for testers, and they are small updates with minor changes.

Windows 10 build 18362.10015, according to the company, is the flight that comes with the features enables, and while build 18362.10014 ships with the new features disabled, both releases are identical.

As for the new changes, build 18362.10015 enables Windows Defender Credential Guard for ARM64 devices for additional protection against credential theft for enterprises deploying ARM64 devices in their organizations.

Enterprises can now allow traditional Win32 (desktop) apps from Microsoft Intune on Windows 10 devices using S mode. Also, Windows 10 includes the ability for Narrator and other assistive technologies to read and learn where the FN key is located on keyboards and what state it is in (locked versus unlocked).

Microsoft is listing the complete set of improvements, fixes, and known issues for Windows 10 Insider Preview Windows 10 build 18362.10015 (and build 18362.10014) at the Windows Blog.

Download Windows 10 build 18362.10015

Although there are no ISO files for Windows 10 build 18362.10015 (and build 18362.10014), the update is available immediately through the Slow ring on devices already running the May 2019 Update. This preview update will download and install automatically on your device, but you can always force the update from Settings > Update & security > Windows Update, and clicking the Check for updates button.

If you’re planning to join your Windows 10 version 1903 device to the Slow ring, Microsoft explains that the enrollment will be a virtual “coin toss” as to whether your PC gets features turned on or turned off.

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