Microsoft has released a new update for the Windows Feature Experience Pack for the Windows 10 Insider Program. The new version starts in both the beta and release preview channels and brings a bug fix.
Microsoft has now released an update for the Windows Feature Experience Pack, which fixes a problem with the display of the touch keyboard in Windows 10. The update will only be distributed to Windows users who are currently using the latest version 21H1 in the beta or release preview channel or the latest version 20H2 in the release preview channel. For Windows Insiders in the release preview channel, the update is marked as an optional update. The new update brings version number 120.2212.3920.0 of the Windows Feature Experience Pack and can be downloaded and installed immediately.
In addition to the actual feature updates, which currently start every six months, the Windows Feature Experience Packs bring improvements and some new functions. They basically offer these changes regardless of the Windows version number and are provided for all supported Windows 10 versions.
Changes 120.2212.3920.0 (DeepL translation)
This update contains the following improvement:
- Fixed an issue that resulted in the touch keyboard not appearing when invoked.
- These Windows Feature Experience Pack updates are made available to Insiders through Windows Update, as are builds and cumulative updates.
As always, the Windows Insider Team will inform you about the changes with an article in the Windows Blog. The update is not offered for commercial devices in the release preview channel, although this user group will otherwise also receive the previews and try them out. These customers currently only receive Windows Feature Experience Packs that are delivered through “C” preview releases, which are then distributed in monthly “B” releases.
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