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Preview builds come out a week or two ahead of the real thing. Check the version numbers: "2021-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 21H1 Build:19043.1055" was posted here on 6/11 and "2021-06 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 10 Version 21H1 Build:19043.1081" which is a later version number was posted here on 6/21.
 

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Home version will require you to have a Microsoft Account and internet access. Pro version does not require it though which is good for me because I do not use the Home version.
 

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I expect workarounds for those who have the home version. Having a Microsoft account is not particularly popular with the security/privacy-conscious no matter the benefits.
Microsoft has worked hard trying to hide those workarounds with Windows 10. According to people that have a copy of Windows 11 those work arounds have been removed. Of course it doesn't mean someone won't find a way around it but Microsoft is trying.
 

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My i7 pc failed the compatibility test because TPM was disabled. Enabled it in UEFI and it passed and it installed fine. Not too impressed with it. Not a fan of the many apps it puts in your app list that wasn't there before. If you click on one like that it wants to install so they actually aren't installed at first. If you right click and remove they are gone without ever installing. Start menu can be repositioned from center to left or right. Looks like they changed the default to centered. Pretty weak update.
 

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Yes this update fixes the VPN issue. My L2TP connection would not connect after the first Tuesday patch. This one fixed that issue.
 
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