Finally, Microsoft has released Windows 10 20H1 build to the Slow ring. The Insiders in the Slow rings can download the 20H1 build 19013.1122 though it’s not the latest one which the company released last week to Fast ring Insiders. The company is delivering it just a day ago of Windows 10 November 2019 Update release.
The build 19013 in the Slow ring comes with all the changes which the 20H1 users are testing in the Fast Ring. It includes Cortana experience, Windows Settings improvements, more Kaomoji, etc. You can check the complete changelog about the features here. As Microsoft released 2H1 in the Slow ring, it may start the next big feature update soon in the Fast ring.
Moreover, the build 19013.1122 comes with a fix for the Settings app crash or hang issue while accessing the System or Ease of Access sections. The development cycle of 20H1 is in the final stage, and now the Slow ring Insiders are testing it.
According to Zac Bowden’s report, it is expected that the final build of 20H1 will RTM (released to manufacturers) sometime in December (next month) and public release a few months after that. This is because Microsoft is looking to align its Windows 10 development cycle with Azure, which is December and June.