Following the release of Windows 10 Insider build 18334 last week, Microsoft has just released the build 18334 for Windows Server vNext, the next Semi-Annual Channel release for the server OS. This new build brings a new Task Scheduler (Taskschd.msc) for the Server Core App Compatibility feature on demand (FOD), a feature which was introduced in Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server version 1809.
In addition to this new Windows Server build, Microsoft also released today the Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 18334 for developers. It’s hard to spot any significant changes from blog post to blog post, but Microsoft mentioned the usual bug fixes and API changes.
The new Windows Server build is available to download from the Windows Server Insider Preview download page, and the new preview SDK build can be found on the developer section of Microsoft’s Windows Insider website. We hope to get another Windows 10 Insider build this week, but since the last one (18334) was released last Friday, we may have to wait a bit for the next flight.Further reading: build 18334, Windows 10, Windows Server