Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider build 20201 which fixes the bug where games protected by Easy Anti-Cheat failed to launch
In the last update(Build 20197), Microsoft brought in Disk Management into the official Windows 10 Settings. The company earlier in Build 20190 mentioned that it will be adding a post-update experience in future updates meanwhile the company did not added the feature in Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20197 as well in 20201. But said that Insiders may see other experiences like this one on newer builds coming soon.
Microsoft said that in the new update, Windows SDK is now flighting continuously with the Dev Channel. Whenever a new OS build is flighted to the Dev Channel, the corresponding SDK will also be flighted. You can always install the latest Insider SDK from aka.ms/InsiderSDK. SDK flights will be archived in Flight Hub along with OS flights.
The update does not bring a drastic change but the company has fixed important flaws that were very important. With the new Windows 10 insider build, the company has fixed an issue where some Microsoft Store games protected by Easy Anti-Cheat failed to launch. However, it was also known that some games may still need to release an update to fully resolve the issue.
Further, the company has fixed an issue where the IME mode indicator in the taskbar was indicating that the IME was enabled when it was actually in a disabled state. With the new update, an issue in the last few flights resulting in HDR monitors appearing black when HDR was enabled was fixed. Also, Microsoft fixed an issue where the min/max/close buttons were stuck in their original positions after resizing a UWP app.
In addition, the company has fixed an issue where SetInputScope wasn’t working if it was called after the app had been initialized. Basically an application must call this method, passing in IS_DEFAULT to the hwnd parameter, to remove the input scope association before the window is destroyed.
Lastly, Microsoft explains “We’re investigating reports that the new taskbar experience for pinned sites isn’t working for some sites. We’re working on enabling the new taskbar experience for existing pinned sites. In the meantime, you can unpin the site from the taskbar, remove it from the edge://apps page, and then re-pin the site. We’re working on a fix for an issue where pinned sites don’t show all open tabs for a domain. In the meantime, you can fix this by pinning the site’s homepage rather than a specific page (e.g. pin microsoft.com rather than microsoft.com/windows).”
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