Microsoft released Windows 10 20H1 Build 19013 to its Fast ring insider a week ago. Now the company has released update KB4528332 Build 19013.1000. This build doesn’t include any changes or fixes, its to validate the servicing pipeline for future updates. Next week similar to this, another update may release.
The company updated the blog post and noted about Feature On Demand (FOD) in the latest 20H1 builds are available from Windows Update in the Settings app. Here is what Microsoft mentioned:
If you try to install a Feature On Demand (FOD) while this update is pending and you restart your PC, it will not trigger this update to successfully install. As a workaround, you can pause updates, un-pause updates, and then scan for updates to get out of this state if this happens to you.
As per a recent report, to follow Azure’s development cycle, Windows 10 20H1 will reach RTM next month. Meanwhile, Microsoft may start rolling out Windows 10 November 2019 Update next week on Patch Tuesday. However, we may hear more about the company’s plans for Windows development during Ignite.
Fast ring Insiders can download this update KB4528332 Build 19013.1000 via Windows Update and can check the post about the build at Windows Blog.