Microsoft mistakenly released Windows 10 19H1 in encrypted form

When you try to install the update, Skip Ahead members encounter problems.

On Wednesday, September 12, Microsoft released a version of Windows 10 19H1 (build 18237) for members of the internal testing program Skip Ahead. As usual, when trying to install the update, users encountered problems. In particular, there was an error 0x800700e, and at the time of the boot the RAM was consumed in huge volumes.

As it turned out, the 19H1 developers mistakenly released the update in an encrypted form. “This should not happen with the final release. We started sending assembly 18237 anew, already in plaintext. We also continue to investigate reports of high memory consumption and are going to check whether the problem with re-assembly will disappear, “says the official page of the insider testing program on Twitter.

Users who failed to install a problematic update are advised to download it again, as the developers have already fixed the bug.

Let’s remind, users Windows 10 and Windows 7 also have faced problems at installation of cumulative updatings which have left on September, 11th.

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