Jul 15 2019 05:09 AM
Jul 15 2019 05:09 AM
I have already followed all the instructions for installing Windows 10 Insider.
Settings> Update and Security> Windows Insider Program
You should click "Introduction" or "start" to access the latest build.
But neither "Introduction" or "start" appear visible.
I am on the PC as an Administrator, whose account is already enrolled in the Windows Insider Program with my Microsoft account.
Jul 15 2019 04:16 PM - edited Jul 15 2019 04:22 PM
@saiDleinaD Go to "Run" and type in winver and a screen should come up like the one I attached below. It will tell your your current version which you can tell us here. You might already be on the build lyou're suppose to be on? I'm on the Slow Ring and got updated today to the newest Slow Ring build. The fast ring are on a higher build but I cant recall at the moment which one they're at.
Jul 15 2019 05:12 PM
The person is, already, on the latest Slow Track Build. That's why he's has further nothing to do.
Btw, the step of going through Run for things in Win10 is not necessary. Win+x+y or RtClk Win logo > System > About. Or have the Settings icon pinned to taskbar > System & About. Many things are often (more) directly accessible than, going through Run, anymore.
Jul 16 2019 03:24 AM
Hola @ Drew1903
Sí, pero no está instalado.
Este es el problema: está preparado, se ha realizado el registro, pero no se quiere instalar.
Jul 16 2019 08:22 AMSolution
You’re in 18362.1005. That’s the slow track update that came out yesterday. You’re good.
This is the one (before yours) that came out July 1st: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2019/07/01/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-1...
Jul 16 2019 10:35 AM
Lamento no estar de acuerdo, pero. Ahora está ejecutando la última compilación de Slow Track Insider. 18362.10005. Eso es lo que está mostrando porque, que es lo que se está ejecutando, ya. No hay nada más que necesita para instalar... ya está hecho.
Hello #WindowsInsiders we have released 19H2 Build 18362.10005 to the Slow ring. Full announcement HERE
Y, eso es lo que estás ⬆ ejecutando, ahora, ya.
Jul 17 2019 03:18 AM - edited Jul 17 2019 03:19 AM
Hi @ItalianAce and @Drew1903.
Indeed. Both are absolutely right.
I have not had the initiative to check the current insider version, with my version installed.
And my version, installed, did not refer "insider", hence my confusion.
Thank you both.