Microsoft has been releasing new preview of Windows 10 left and right this week, and today Windows 10 build 10163 release notes emerges on the web unveiling a number of changes since the recently released build 10162, 10159, and 10158.
According to the leaked document by WZor, build 10163 doesn’t include any new features, but it has many new bug fixes. For example, there are some bug fixes related to authentication where users who tried to sign in using a custom authentication tool fails. Microsoft is also fixing some graphics and display issues, now a display no longer flashes when you rotate a screen, and system doesn’t crash anymore due to problems with graphics drivers.
On power stability, the company has fixed a battery saver issue where the Battery Saver mode will stayed on until the next change and the computer goes into hibernation mode. Now the Battery Saver feature stays on its state correctly. In addition, there are bug fixes for on Microsoft Edge, notification, upgrade, and recovery.
Now we also go back to known issues, the leaked document reveals that Windows 10 build 10163 contains an extended list of known issues. These new known issues include, installed network devices, such as wireless adapters, may not be detected after an upgrade. After the upgrade some apps may not be able to launch, the Start screen may display in fullscreen format, regardless of settings. After an upgrade, files and folders sync may not work correctly with OneDrive, you may not be able to sign in with your Facebook account on Spotify using the classic Windows app – Just to name a few.
While the Windows 10 build 10163 ISO files haven’t leaked onto file sharing and torrent sites, it could just be a matter of time until it happens. It’s also unlikely that Microsoft will release this build to Insiders, even though the company has been releasing new previews on daily basis.
You can read the entire leaked document by visiting the source link below.