“Windows Insider Program Team announces the release of Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3992 to the Release Preview Channel. The update introduces new features, including an eye control system settings backup and a richer weather experience on the lock screen.”
Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3992: What’s New and Important to Know
For tech-savvy Windows Insiders, Microsoft has released Windows 10 22H2 Build 19045.3992 (KB5034203) to the Release Preview Channel. This update brings a plethora of features and improvements that enhance user experience and system functionality.
New Eye Control System Settings
A new feature for eye control system settings has been introduced. This feature allows you to back up these settings from an old device to a new one, ensuring a seamless transition.
“This update adds a feature for eye control system settings. You can back up these settings from the former device while you set up a new device.”
Richer Weather Experience on Lock Screen
Another exciting update is the richer weather experience on your lock screen. This dynamic, interactive feature provides detailed weather updates on the lock screen, enhancing user accessibility and convenience.
Addressing Known Issues
Several issues have been addressed in this update, including an Internet Explorer shortcut issue, a Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) caching issue, and an issue affecting XPath queries on FileHash and other binary fields.
BitLocker Data-Only Encryption and Single-Function Printers
Notably, this update addresses a known issue that affects BitLocker data-only encryption and an issue affecting some single-function printers.
“This update addresses a known issue that affects BitLocker data-only encryption. A mobile device management (MDM) service, such as Microsoft Intune, might not get the right data.”
Code Integrity Module and Windows Kernel Vulnerable Driver Blocklist
Furthermore, an issue that affects the Code Integrity Module (ci.dll) has been addressed, and quarterly changes to the Windows Kernel Vulnerable Driver Blocklist file, DriverSiPolicy.p7b, are included.
UEFI Secure Boot Systems
The update also affects Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Secure Boot systems by adding a renewed signing certificate to the Secure Boot DB variable. Users now have the option to opt for this change.
Improvements in Remote Desktop and Keyboard Language
Improvements have been made to the Remote Desktop and keyboard language settings, addressing issues that previously hindered user experience.
With these updates, Microsoft continues to advance Windows 10, making it more user-friendly and efficient for its tech-savvy audience.
From the Windows Blog
From the Windows Blog