Ahead of Anniversary Update, Windows 10 14366 Released with a Super Long List of Bug Fixes
Microsoft has started releasing Windows 10 PC Preview build 14366 to the Insiders on the Fast ring. The head of Windows Insider Program, Dona Sarkar, confirmed that the company is ready to ship the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to consumers this summer. While a good news for public, Insiders won’t be seeing any “significant new features in builds for a little while.” Upcoming few builds until the public release in July will focus on performance improvements and important fixes. Along with the PC Preview, the company is also pushing out a small Insider update to Windows 10 Mobile.
What’s new in Windows 10 PC Preview build 14366:
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What’s fixed in Windows 10 PC 14366:
- For you mes amis: If you have a French Windows 10 Insider Preview build installed on your PC, you should receive this build as we have fixed the issue with the French translation process that caused a lot of text to revert from French back to English.
- Navigating to the Privacy pages in Settings app will no longer crash the Settings app and prevent you from adjusting your privacy settings.
- We have fixed the issue causing PC and Mobile devices trying to project to a PC (via the new PC Access feature) to fail.
- We fixed the issue where Start would not launch while an app is installing for certain languages, such as Chinese or Portuguese (Brazil).
- We’ve updated the size of the Windows Ink Workspace icon in the notification area on the taskbar to be more consistent with the other notification area icons. In a similar drive to improve the consistency of our experience, we’ve updated the X to leave the Windows Ink Workspace which will now show a red state when you hover over it. We also fixed an issue where mouse wheel scrolling wouldn’t work to spin the ruler with certain mice, and an issue where dismissing the share pane or accepting the prompt to enter tablet mode would result in exiting the Windows Ink Workspace.
- We have updated Cortana search results, so now when you right-click on a .docx file, you’ll see a context menu option to open that file’s location.
- We fixed an issue resulting in the monitors in under Settings > System > Display from sometimes jumping to a different ordering after being clicked and causing scaling changes. We also fixed an issue where the slider to change display scaling might jump to an unexpected scale factor as you were moving it.
- We fixed an issue resulting in not being able to unsnap a full screen Remote Desktop window if you had been prompted credentials while connecting.
- We fixed an issue when the tile names could become cut off after using semantic zoom, and one where Start tiles could no longer be moved with touch.
- In an effort to improve visibility and access to your newly installed apps, we have moved the “Recently added” section of Start to be located above the “Most used” section in the All apps list. We’ve also increased the duration of time in which apps will be listed here – now 7 days, so you can easily try them out and decide if you want to pin them to Start or the taskbar for regular use and quick access.
- We fixed an issue where an active VPN connection could block the PC from going from idle into sleep.
- We fixed an issue where the touch keyboard might appear on the Lock screen after pressing the Num-Lock key on the keyboard.
- We fixed an issue that could result in Microsoft Edge using a large amount of CPU when open to a page with many animated gifs, as well as an issue resulting in certain captchas not displaying correctly.
- From this build on your default location will now be preserved across build updates.
Whoops! That’s a super long list of fixed bugs, but not surprising since the focus has shifted more toward bug fixing than introducing anything new. Microsoft has also officially kicked off the Windows 10 Anniversary Update June Bug Bash, aiming to fix more bugs and problems in the Windows’ first anniversary update.
For the complete list of fixed bugs and known issues, please visit the official announcement.