A new test build of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18361, version 1903 (19H1) is available for members of the Windows Insider program with update priority Early Access.
New in Windows 10 build 18361 (version 1903)
Major changes, improvements and bug fixes
Fixed an issue where some virtual machines could not install or update the Windows Insider Preview builds — the virtual machine hung on a black screen with the Windows logo.
Fixed an issue where some insiders encountered unexpected BitLocker requests to encrypt certain drives, and then errors.
Application updates from Microsoft Store are not automatically installed on build 18356+. As a workaround, you can manually check and install updates through the Microsoft Store app. Select “…” at the top right – “Downloads and Updates” and click the “Get Updates” button.
Running games that use anti-cheat programs can trigger a GSOD error check (green screen of death).
Creative X-Fi sound cards do not work properly. Microsoft is working with Creative to solve this problem.
Some Realtek SD card readers do not work correctly. Microsoft is investigating the problem.
Information for developers. If you install any of the latest “Early Access” builds and then switch to the “Late Access” channel, additional content, such as turning on developer mode, will not work. To add / install / enable optional content, you need to stay on the Early Access channel. This is due to the fact that additional content will be installed only in assemblies approved for a particular update channel.
A full list of improvements, changes and known bugs is available in the official announcement on the Microsoft website.
Installation via Windows Update
Go to Settings > Update and Security and click Check for Updates. To complete the installation, you will need to restart the computer.
Download Windows 10 build 18361 ISO (19H1)
If you want to perform a new installation of Windows 10 Insider 18361, then using the WZT-UUP service, you can download UUP files directly from the official Microsoft servers and automatically create a bootable ISO image using this instruction: