Microsoft pushes Windows 10 build 15058 for PC enrolled in the Fast ring only weeks before the official launch of the Creators Update. This new rollout is just another minor update without new features or changes.
However, Windows 10 build 15058, includes a number of bug fixes and improvements to help finalize the update, but there are still a few known issues that you should be aware of before installing.
What’s new on Windows 10 build 15058
In this new flight, Microsoft is fixing issues with inbox app failing to launch, and a few other Windows Store app bugs.
Accessing the Wi-Fi settings no longer will crash the Settings app, and your computer will no longer crash if locked during in sleep mode.
On Microsoft Edge, build 15058 fixes a number of bugs, including mouse pointer staying visible during full-screen video playback, and problem renaming encrypted PDF files.
Windows 10 build 15058 also improves video playback quality on the target device when using Miracast to wirelessly connect from a high DPI PC to another high DPI device.
As for known issues, in this pre-release of version 1703, some apps and games may crash due to a misconfiguration of advertising ID. There is a bug where, if you need to restart your PC due to a pending update, like with the latest Surface firmware updates, the restart reminder dialog doesn’t pop up. Certain hardware configurations may cause the broadcast live review window in the Game bar to flash Green while you are Broadcasting.
Additionally, Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3 devices will fail to update to new builds if a SD memory card is inserted.
Microsoft is listing the complete set of fixes and known issues for build 15055 at the Windows Blog. In case you missed it, here are all the new changes introduced in the last flight (Windows 10 build 15055).
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Windows 10 build 15058 for PC is available immediately through the Fast ring. It’ll download and install automatically on your device, but you can always force the update from Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and clicking the Check for updates button.