Microsoft has just released Windows 10 build 20251, but this time there are no new features for testers, as the focus is entirely on fixing bugs and improving performance under the hood.

The Redmond-based software giant explains that this new build resolves a crash that affects opengl32.dll, as well as a problem that was causing the taskbar to occlude the power button in the Start menu. However, this second problem only occurred for some insiders, Microsoft says, but after all, it’s good to finally see it fixed in this build.

In addition, today’s new build resolves a glitch that caused the Settings app to simply hang when checking for updates, so theoretically, everything should work correctly now, no matter when you initiate a new check of updates on Windows 10.
Several known issues in this build too

Windows 10 build 20251 also comes with a series of known issues, and the software giant says the game bug that was introduced by build 20236 is yet to be fixed.

“We’re working on a fix for an issue starting with Build 20236 where installing games from the Store to a secondary non-OS drive will result in the secondary drive becoming inaccessible. To prevent this from occurring you must change the default storage for new content to the secondary drive PRIOR to installing the game. This can be done in Settings > Storage > Change where new content is saved,” Microsoft says in the official release notes of this build.

At the same time, testers might also come across an error when trying to sign in to various apps.

“We’re investigating reports that some users are seeing error 0x80070426 when using their Microsoft account to sign into various apps. If you encounter it, rebooting your PC may resolve this,” Microsoft says.

The new build is available today on Windows Update for users in the Dev channel.