Windows 10 build 10130 gets update KB3070365 to fix flyouts

Microsoft pushes new update to fix flyouts in Windows 10 build 10130.

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During Apple’s big day announcing its new music streaming service, Microsoft pushed a new update for Windows 10 build 10130 to fix bug that caused issues trying to open the flyout menus.

According to Microsoft, KB3070365 fixes the flyouts when they won’t open clicking the icons on the taskbar, including on Start, Cortana, Network, Battery, and Action Center, in Windows 10 build 10130.

The new release was first announced by Gabriel Aul, Microsoft’s head of the Windows Insider program, on Twitter.

After installing KB3070365, you’ll need to restart your computer to complete the installation.

As Microsoft gets ready for the July 29th, release date, we will continue to see new updates and new builds of Windows 10, but only to fix and make the operating system stable.

The company still on track for launch date and we’re expecting to see Microsoft ship Windows 10 on 190 countries in 111 languages.

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