After Patch Tuesday’s small list of bug fixes for Windows 10
October 2020 Update (version 20H2), Microsoft has now started
rolling out a new optional patch with a monster list of major
Windows 10 20H2 Build 19042.541 comes with a long list of bug
fixes as Microsoft has started preparing the October 2020
Update for consumers. This optional preview release bumps up
Windows 10 version 20H2 to build number 19042.541 from
19042.508 in the Release Preview Ring.
Microsoft says this patch is available to testers in the
Release Preview Ring of Windows Insider program only. If you’re
using Windows 10 May 2020 Update (version 2004), you’ll receive
these fixes later this month in another optional update.
This preview update addresses some of the critical issues
reported in the October 2020 Update, such as “Element not
found” error in Windows Subsystem for Linux. Likewise,
Microsoft has also added a new notification to Internet
Explorer that will remind you about Adobe Flash end of support
in December 2020.
Microsoft has fixed an issue that prevents games that use
spatial audio from working. Microsoft has also resolved an
issue that causes random line breaks when you use Power.
The update also addresses an issue that prevents the content
under Cryptography from being carried over during feature
updates installation. Another bug has been fixed that causes an
access violation in lsass.exe.
Other fixes address issues with enterprise and developer