Windows 10 Build 19546 has already been released for those that are part of the Windows Insider program. This build currently contains the latest features and bug fixes among all available Windows Builds.
On the flip side, it is also the build with the most bugs and issues, and that is why it was first released to users that are part of the Fast Ring, and not straight to Live.
Speaking of which, users have already detected the first round of bugs with Windows 10 Build 19546. That is why we’ve created this article so that you can see for yourself what are the bugs present in the latest Windows 10 Preview Build.
Windows 10 Build 19546 reported bugs
1. Internet Explorer 11 cannot download files
Users reported issues with using Internet Explorer to download any type of file:
IE 11 is still broken. Cannot download and save file. Clicking on “Save” or “Save as” option does nothing.
This is an issue that has been present for a while now. However, keep in mind that Microsoft is slowly migrating users to Microsoft Edge anyway.
2. Issues with the uaspstor.sys driver
The uaspstor.sys driver, a vital component for Windows drivers, is having issues as of the latest Windows 10 Preview Build:
Error message: This device cannot start (Code 10) Not enough quota.
USB attached SCSI Device NS106X
3. Some users are taking a lot of time to update
Despite being just a mere update like any other, some users have reported it took them upwards to 26 minutes to download and 55-minutes to install. While this isn’t an uncommon issue, it is nonetheless bothersome.
4. Some users cannot install the update
A few users have reported that the installation process for Windows 10 Build 19546 suddenly stops at some point:
5. Update download pauses at 6% for some
Several users have reported that their update download would pause somewhere around the 6% mark, and then it would resume without issues.
My desktop machine had some trouble downloading the update this time. It sat unexceptionally long at 6% downloading. I looked at the Perf mon and saw a fault there. TimeZone Sync Task stopped working.
This is more of an inconvenience rather than a problem since the download would resume and proceed normally afterward.
6. This update sends some users into the Windows Recovery environment
Once installed, Windows 10 will not reboot normally back to itself. Instead, it will send the user into the Windows Recovery environment
it’s not letting me install this build like the last one. after windows update downloads and installs it once i restart my PC it starts into the recovery enviorment with “troubleshoot” and “turn off PC” as the only options availible. once i restart the PC it will boot back into windows