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Windows 10 Build 14393.726 finally addresses multi-monitor gaming issues with the previous patch, while also fixing problems with firewall, image conversion, and more. The update is only available through manual install.
Windows 10 Build 14393.693 Has Broken Multi-Monitor Gaming, Highlighting Problem with Automatic Patches
Users have complained about multi-monitor gaming issues in the latest Windows 10 release. Microsoft now pushes updates automatically and says they will be without problems. However, that concept clearly has problems.
A day after rolling out Windows 10 build 14393.594 to the Release Preview ring on PC, Microsoft is showing Windows 10 Mobile some cumulative update love. As was the case yesterday, there is no changelog for this pre-production release.
Microsoft releases cumulative January 2017 update KB3209835, which brings Windows 10 to build 14393.594. It is available to Insider Release Preview ring members.
Windows 10 Build 14393.479 improves the reliability of PowerShell and fixes several issues with Windows Explorer, Windows Hello, Super-Floppy devices and more.
A bug that was causing crashes in popular Project Centennial apps such as Evernote and Ear Trumpet has now been remedied via Windows Build 14393.351.
The latest Windows update has caused widespread issues with PowerShell DSC, breaking the implicit remoting feature. Microsoft believes a fix will be ready by the end of the month.
After an unacknowledged release, Windows 10 Build 14393.82 has been re-released with one important fix and acknowledged officially by Microsoft.
The new insider build improves the reliability and performance of Edge when being used with extensions, and fixed battery drain issues, search bugs and more. The update is identified as KB3176927.
Windows 10 Build 14393, just like any other build in the slow ring, has no front-end feature upgrades. It solely focuses on fixes and...
The latest cumulative update for Windows 10 Anniversary Update was released on Patch Tuesday. Build 14393.321 fixes bugs and enhances performance on the platform.
After an Insider release on Wednesday, a new 14393.187 build has rolled out to non-Insiders. It should address some important issues and improve overall reliability.
The update download appears as version 14393.103 on devices, but upon further inspection, actually bumps the build number to .105. A changelog for the build is not yet available.
Yesterday’s Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Anniversary Update saw Microsoft fix a problem it created in PowerShell DSC about a week ago. The company replaced a missing .MOF file in the latest patch.
Windows 10 has received its first update in a post-Anniversary Update environment. The cumulative release sent out on Tuesday makes some minor fixes to the platform, while Microsoft also issued patches for users back on older Windows 10 builds.
SDK and Mobile Emulator builds 14393.33 may be the final public releases before the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Full changes are not available, but Build 14393.10 is expected to contain several minor bug fixes ahead of the Windows 10 Anniversary release.
The build has only a single known issue for PC, and is looking like a likely candidate for final release. It contains a number of bug improvements, including Cortana reliability, but doesn't address some issues on Mobile.
Windows Insiders on the 20H1 branch can now download Windows 10 ISO images to start with the 18950 preview build rolled out last week.
New information has become available regarding Microsoft’s previously leaked Cloud Download feature for Windows 10.