Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3633 (KB5031445) to the Release Preview Channel, targeting insiders on Windows 10, version 22H2.
A significant highlight of the update is its support for daylight saving time (DST) adjustments in Syria, keeping Windows 10 in sync with the changing time patterns. Moreover, the update targets memory leak problems in ctfmon.exe and TextInputHost.exe.
Users encountering glitches with touchscreens while using multiple displays can look forward to smoother operations, as the update resolves the issue causing touchscreens to malfunction in such setups.
Several print-related issues have also been resolved, including errors arising when using v4 print drivers and Outlook becoming unresponsive during printing to Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) printers with slow response times.
The update also addresses connectivity problems when adding a second network interface card (NIC) without a default gateway, ensuring uninterrupted connectivity for affected users.
Furthermore, the update ensures that Country and Operator Settings Asset (COSA) profiles are up to date for specific mobile operators, optimizing the connectivity experience for users in this domain.
Microsoft has also focused on improving the functionality of Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) by rectifying the issue of its “allow” policies potentially blocking certain binaries from running. Lastly, the update resolves an issue affecting robocopy, ensuring seamless data copying without any hindrances caused by the /efsraw switch.