Windows 10 build 18363.418 releases for devices still on build 18362.10024

Microsoft brings every device in the Release Preview ring to build 18363.418.

Windows 10 build 18363.418 for build 18362.10024
Windows 10 build 18363.418 for build 18362.10024

As part of the November 2019 Update, Microsoft is now rolling out Windows 10 build 18363.418 for devices in the Release Preview ring that are still on build 18362.10024. This is the preview number 18 releasing to testers, and it’s a small update that brings the remaining devices to build 18363.

Recently the company announced that build 18363.418 is expected to be the final build that will be available to everyone as the official “Windows 10 November 2019 Update.” While the build has been available for a few weeks in the Release Preview ring, it was not available for computers that were previously using the Slow ring, and then switched to the Release Preview. Those devices were on build 18362.10024.

However, starting with this release, Microsoft is switching every device in the Release Preview to the build 18363.418. This means that if you’re still in the Slow ring, you must switch now to the Release Preview. Otherwise, you won’t get this update, and in the coming days, you’ll start receiving builds for the 20H1 development.

Other than build number change, there’s nothing new with build 18363.418. You can check all the new features and improvements that Microsoft is planning to roll out in the coming days in this guide.

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