Windows 10 build 10532 now ready for download through the Fast ring

Microsoft delivers Windows 10 build 10532 for PCs through Fast ring with bugs fixes and improvements such as updated context menu and the ability to share feedback with other people.

On August 27, Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 10532 for Insiders through the Fast ring of updates. This is the second preview the software giant is making available to the public since Windows 10 launched in July 19th, 2015.

The company details that build 10532 includes a number of improvements since the last Insider Preview, and it also packs a number of bug fixes and improvements.

According to the company, after a big number of feedback Windows 10 has a more consistent context menu throughout the operating system. The updated menus have a more modern look and feel. However, Microsoft says that it’s still a work in progress and more changes are coming.

Windows 10 new context menu

Windows 10 build 10532 also includes an improve light and dark theme, which now should look more unify throughout the operating system.

The Windows Feedback app has also been updated in this flight and you can now share feedback with other people using the share functionality inside the operating system and you can always copy the link to the clipboard and share anyway you like.

Share feedback Windows 10

Windows 10 build 10532 also packs a few known issues:

  • Windows Hello face sign-on will not work on this build with some devices; the device can still be unlocked with other methods like pin, password, or fingerprint.
  • As reported by Insiders on the build 10525, 64 bit Google Chrome will crash on launch. Google is aware of the issue. In the meantime their 64 bit Google Chrome Canary build or 32 bit Google Chrome will work on this build.

Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul also acknowledged that the company hasn’t shipped a new build of Windows 10 Mobile for a while, and reports that due to bugs there hasn’t been a good candidate to roll out to insiders, but there is hope that soon a new build will roll out to mobile devices.

Source Microsoft

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