Earlier this week, the giant software company Microsoft just released a preview update of Windows 10 for Windows Insider Fast Ring circle. The update released by the Redmond-based company mostly focuses on fixing known bugs, not coming up with new features. Furthermore, Microsoft released two different updates for both mobile phones and PCs running on Windows 10. The update for mobile has a preview build number 15245 and for the PC version the preview number is 16275.
The reason behind the update mostly focusing on fixing bugs, rather than presenting new features is that Microsoft wants Insiders to have a quicker access to new builds without encountering bugs, the giant software company working on addressing bugs that were known with this very update. Next month is expected to be launched the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which is in the process of being finalized.
Bugs for PC
Some of the known bugs that were encountered on PC version included: issues resulting in progress wheels on certain websites in Microsoft Edge moving out of place during the rotation; issues related to the taskbar which tended to become thicker when booting up the PC while plugged into an external monitor with a different DPI; issues causing minimized per-monitor DPI aware windows to miss DPI modifications and ending up with a mix of DPI scaling when restoring and issues related to Asphalt 8 which did not accept input in recent flights.
Bugs for Mobile
A number of known bugs encountered on Mobile included: issues where the latest Privacy Consent pop-up blocked loading of applications which used the process of detection and pedometer sensors; issues where the Silverlight application that used GPS crashed; issues related to a spin look which used to get triggered by erasing a VPN profile; issues where the MTP service used to crash sometimes when the user disconnected their phone while a file transfer was in progress.