Microsoft today released the KB5029331 cumulative update for Win10 for members of the Windows Insider project in the Release Preview channel, and the version number rose to Build 19045.3391 after the user installed it.
The updated content of the Win10 Build 19045.3391 preview version as follows:
What's new: This release improves Windows system location to help provide more accurate weather, news, and traffic information. New feature: This version enables the notification badge feature on the start menu for users who have logged in with a Microsoft account. This update changes the time to Daylight Saving Time (DST) for Israeli users. This update fixes an issue where the Group Policy service would wait for the default wait time of 30 seconds. This update adds new APIs for D3D12 standalone devices. You can use it to create multiple D3D12 devices on the same adapter. This update resolves an issue affecting apps that simulate keyboard input: the app may not send Japanese characters to other apps. This update resolves an issue affecting WS_EX_LAYERED windows where the window might use the wrong dimensions or be in the wrong position when the display is scaled. This update resolves an issue that affects print jobs sent to virtual print queues. This update resolves an issue affecting disk partitions where after deleting a disk partition and adding space from the deleted partition to an existing BitLocker partition, the system might stop working. This update fixes an issue where Remote Desktop (RD) sessions would disconnect when using multiple applications. This update addresses an issue affecting the display of the search box. Fixed an issue where the Windows Backup page would not sync even if you opened it in the Settings app This update resolves an issue affecting Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP): The Windows LAPS "BackupDirectory" policy setting was not reported.