Microsoft today released a new preview for PCs with 12 bug fixes and a few changes. This build comes from the RS5 branch, which is the Windows 10 update that the company plans to release in October. The company also releases builds from 19H1, which, as the name implies, will arrive in the first half of next year.
Windows 10 is being developed as a service, which means it regularly receives new features. Microsoft has released five important updates so far: November Update, Anniversary Update, Creator Update, Fall Creators Update and April 2018 Update.
Microsoft also announced today that the next update will be called "Windows 10 October 2018 Update" This release, known as Windows 1
Microsoft may not have updated this update, but it's not finished yet. The performance visualizations (see Frame Rate, CPU Usage, GPU VRAM Usage and System RAM Usage) added to the game bar in build 17692 have been removed. The team wants to "re-evaluate the best possible approach to the future and work to bring you a great gaming experience on your PC."
This desktop build also includes the following general fixes and improvements:
- The build watermark in the lower-right corner of the desktop no longer exists in this build. This does not mean that this is the final build.
- An issue where logging off the user profile or shutting down the PC resulted in the PC having to perform a bug check (GSOD).
- A problem with color and background settings was fixed were not applied correctly after a system upgrade when the migration was run in offline mode.
- Fixed an issue where installing a single-user font (instead of installing as an administrator for all users) failed the installation with an unexpected error stating that the file is not a valid font file.
- Fixed an issue where explorer.exe crashed when in tablet mode and the task view opened in portrait mode.
- Fixed a problem You may receive an unexpected error message saying that no supported app is installed after you click on certain activities in the timeline, even though a supported app has been installed.
- Fixed an issue that caused settings to increase noticeably lately.
- Fixed an issue where your computer may not immediately resume with the "You're Up to Date" feature after opening the Windows Update settings and downloading an update when the computer is running on battery power
- Fixed an issue where the Logged drop-down list in the Event Viewer filter dialog was unexpectedly high at high DPI.
- Fixed an issue where some people unexpectedly received the message "Ask for permission" (19659007) Fixed an issue where the icons for elements in the Windows navigation area did not change the color of the rest of the element at high contrast. when the mouse hovered over the item
- Fixed an issue where using the Chinese (simplified) IME memory in the focus switch lost and added over time.
- A recent issue has been resolved n some flakey network connectivity (including stuck networks "identify", and outdated network flyout connectivity state). Keep in mind that there are a variety of factors that can affect your networking experience. If you continue to notice flakiness after upgrading to this build, please report the feedback.
- Messaging in the Snipping Tool has been updated and Microsoft is still investigating the renaming of the updated snipping experience
Today's update raises the Windows 10 build number for the RS5 branch of 17746 (available to testers on 24/7). August) to create 17751.
This build has three known issues:
- When You Use The Ease of Access Make text taller setting, possibly text clipping problems, or find that text does not increase in size everywhere.
- Narrator sometimes does not read in app settings when you navigate with tab and arrow keys. Try temporarily switching to narrator scan mode. And when you switch scan mode off again, the narrator now reads while navigating with the tab keys and the arrow keys. Alternatively, you can restart Narrator to work around this issue.
- When you click on Web links in PWAs like Twitter, the browser will not open in this build.
Do not install the program on your production computer.