Download Windows 10 v1903 ISO to fix some annoying reboot issues
Microsoft just rolled out the Windows 10 v1903 ISO files. The build is available to the Insiders in the Fast and Slow ring.
If you are currently enrolled in the Windows Insider program, you can now directly clean-install Windows 10 build 18343.
As you already know, when the Slow ring gets new builds, Microsoft also releases the latest ISO files for the respective release.
Download Windows 10 v1903 ISO files [Latest version]
You can now enjoy the features that are available in the latest build by signing in to your Insider account and visiting the download page.
If you are not currently enrolled in the Windows Insider Program you need to follow the following steps:
- Complete the Registration process for the Windows Insider Program
- Check if your PC meets the System requirements
It seems like the tech giant has completely focused on the bug fixes and general improvements and has now stopped working on developing new features.
Microsoft has strong plans to release Windows 10 1903 to the Windows users after making all the necessary changes. Insiders may have noticed that the list of known issues is becoming shorter day by day. Hence the bug alert for the Insiders has also been removed.
What’s New in Windows 10 version 1903?
The Redmond giant has rolled out the Windows 10 v1903 with few enhancements and appealing new features. It has been codenamed 19H1. The company has provided a modern look to the operating system with the redesigned taskbar icons.
The build also enhances the gaming experience by allowing the Insiders to enjoy State of Decay completely free of costs.
Microsoft has currently acknowledged some known issues in the Windows 10 version 1903. While you are using anti-cheat software in some specific games you might experience a fatal crash.
Also, users are also facing some issues with the functionality of Creative X-Fi sound cards.
Furthermore, there were rumors that Microsoft might remove the Advanced Update options in the Windows 10 version 1903.
However, it is pretty much possible that the tech giant is interested in synchronizing the settings among two Windows 10 Editions (Home and Pro).
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