Although build 19044.1147 doesn’t introduce any new significant changes, it brings a slew of fixes for File Explorer, network, and storage. Also, the update KB5004296 further disables Timeline, fixes a memory leak, and more. The same update KB5004296 with the exact same changes is also available for version 21H1. However, in this flight, the update will bump the version number to 19043.1147, and it’s available through the Release Preview Channel. If your device was previously in the Beta Channel and then moved to the Release Preview Channel automatically, you won’t receive this update. Also, these changes are expected to start rolling out to user with the next cumulative update for Windows 10 21H1. According to the company’s announcement, these are all the changes in the latest flight of version 21H2: Alongside these improvements, the company has also announced that version 21H2 will be a small update delivered as a cumulative update with a “scoped set of features focused on productivity and security, prioritized to meet our customers’ needs based on feedback,” some of which will include:

Adding WPA3 H2E standards support to wireless security. Windows Hello for Business supports simplified passwordless deployment models. GPU compute support in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows (EFLOW) deployments for machine learning and other workflows.

However, these changes are still not implemented in the latest preview of Windows 10.

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