Hours ago that Microsoft released Build 18237 for the Skip Ahead ring and many members of it rushed to install it. Having the news before anyone else and being able to try them is very tempting despite the risks involved in using a development version .
And that is the problem with which some users have found that in social networks and specialized forums are talking about problems generated when installing Build 18237 for Skip Ahead.
And that the Build 18237 is not revolutionary and only improves the appearance of the home screen. A shortage of novelties that nevertheless is not preventing the problems generated when installing it. Faults and errors that are causing the complaints of those affected.
Users who have installed it claim that Windows Update happens to devour huge amounts of RAM on their computers. Some speak of up to 12 GB of RAM for a single process during the time the computer is working on the installation. In addition, an error with the code 0x8007000e repeatedly appears during the process.
Skip Ahead 19H1 Insiders, if you are getting error 0x8007000e or seeing excessively high memory usage, please go here https://t.co/s2Rn9xbuMM to find more information and FBH links to upvote. Thanks!
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) September 12, 2018
Even some users, as is the case with @WithinRafael, showed on Twitter how Microsoft has individually encrypted each file with a simple key. In this way the machine must break the encryption for each file before installing them on the PC.
Does this mean sites like rg-adguard can't grab the files and make ISOs from them anymore?
— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) September 12, 2018
Some facts that have not been delayed in having a response from the Microsoft team responsible for the Insider Program, stating that these files should not have been encrypted. An error that will force to launch a new Build but now free of encryptions.
— Windows Insider (@windowsinsider) September 13, 2018
Have you tried installing Build 18237? Have you encountered any of these problems?