Microsoft recently rolled out Windows 10 build 14316 to the Fast ring of updates, but only for PC — due to a bug, the company is delaying Windows 10 Mobile build 14316 for a later date –. The new preview includes a bunch of new features that makes this release the biggest Insiders has received in quite some time.
Among the new features, users will find the addition of Bash on Ubuntu on Windows. Cortana becomes more personal and it can help you find your phone. Microsoft Edge gets a couple new extensions and some new features. Microsoft adds the Connect app to bring Continuum for phone to your PC, there is also a first preview of the Skype UWP app, users can now personalize Windows 10 with a dark theme, and a lot more.
However, besides the new features that are substantial, Microsoft also fixed a lot of bugs, and as always there a list of known issues with build 14316, which you can see below.
Here’s what’s fixed on Windows 10 build 14316
- Fixed an issue where Update and Restart and Update and Shut Down wouldn’t start the update on your computer.
- Fixed an issue where tiles for traditional desktop apps (Win32) would move to another location after updating to a new release.
- Fixed the Wi-Fi fly out user-interface with a more refined design.
- Fixed an issue with audio on devices with TPM chips may glitch.
- Fixed an issue where File Explorer would crash on multi-monitor setup.
- Fixed network adapter would show an error indicator on Hyper-V with a Virtual Switch.
Here are the known issues for Windows 10 build 14316
- Settings will crash at times after enabling Developer Mode.
- Some notifications may not show the corresponding notification.
- Microsoft Edge downloads may get stuck at 99 percent on large files.
- Narrator and other screen reader apps can fail to read menu options or selected text in different apps.
- Visual Studio emulator for HoloLens and Windows 10 Mobile will not work.
Windows 10 build 14316 for PC is available immediately through the Fast ring. The update will download automatically, but you can always force it manually going to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button. However, the update may take some time to appear on some devices.