Windows 10 build 21322 releases in the Dev Channel

Microsoft pushes Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21322 with some new improvements, changes, and fixes – here's all you need to know.

Windows 10 build 21322 download
Windows 10 build 21322 download
  • Windows 10 build 21322 rolls out to testers with improvements and fixes, but no new features.
  • This preview for Insiders brings changes for File Explorer, News and interests widget, and touch keyboard.
  • Build 21322 for Windows 10 fixes BSoD, clipboard, audio playback, region settings, and more problems.

Build 21322 for Windows 10 is now rolling out in the Dev Channel of the Windows Insider Program. This is preview number 59 available for testers, and it is a small update that only ships with some new improvements and fixes.

According to Microsoft, Windows 10 build 21322 will no longer show the 3D Objects folder as a special folder in File Explorer.

In the “News and interests” taskbar widget, this flight temporarily removes the “Reduce taskbar updates” option from the context menu. Also, temporarily removes the touch keyboard improvements previously available with build 21301 to address some problems.

In addition to the improvements, build 21322 also introduces a number of fixes, including failure to access Azure Active Directory (AAD) joined device via Remote Desktop (RDP), Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) switching accounts, visible deleted files until the desktop is refreshed, “Paste as plain text” option in the clipboard, erroneous torn write errors being logged, delayed audio playback, region settings data formats may not be correct, and some problems with the news widget for the taskbar.

Microsoft is listing the complete set of improvements, fixes, and known issues for Windows 10 Insider Preview build 21322 at the Windows Blog.

Download Windows 10 build 21322

The build 21322 preview is available immediately through the Dev Channel, and it will install automatically. However, you can always get it manually from Settings Update & security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button.

You can learn more about all the changes available in the current development process of Windows 10 in this guide.

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