Here’s the list of what’s fixed and broken in latest Windows 10 build 17672


Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 Build 17672 for Fast
Ring Insiders from the Red stone 5 development branch. The
latest build comes with a minor feature related to Windows
Security but contains a long list of fixes and also known
issues as is expected in a preview build.

Microsoft fixed issue with the right click in the Edge browser
not working correctly. The previous builds brought issues with
the two finger gesture not working properly for users. The
company has acknowledged it and the issue has now been fixed
with users now able to dismiss notifications in the Action

The Books pane in the Microsoft Edge using the pull gesture has
now been fixed after downloading the latest build. Pinning
books to the Start menu from the Edge browser, users will now
be able to see a live tile between the book cover and current
completion progress.

Printing PDFs from Microsoft Edge now has new options. Users
will now be able to choose options like Actual size, Fit to
page when trying to print PDFs. Microsoft has made improvements
to the quality of the audio while recording clips using the
game bar.

Issues related to apps not maximizing fully to the top of the
screen and certain devices showing black screen has now been
fixed in the latest build. Microsoft has also added
notification for low battery on supported devices.

Known Issues:

  • Mixed Reality experience will be broken with this build and
    Motion Controllers are not recognized in exclusive apps. If you
    are looking to enjoy the Windows Mixed Reality experience, then
    it is advised you to not take this build.
  • There is a issue that causes Narrator to read extra text
    when invoking Alt + Tab, Microsoft is currently working on a
    fix which should come in the next build.
  • Windows Mixed Reality headset will remain black on this
    build. You would need to unplug and reconnect to the PC 
    for it to work again.
  • Insiders using Remote Desktop, project their screen, or
    have multiple monitors may experience explorer.exe hangs on
    this build.
  • Microsoft is still working to fix the Sets UX for Office
    Win32 desktop apps which should be ready before the public roll
    out this fall.
  • The top of some Win32 desktop app windows may appear
    slightly underneath the tab bar when created maximized. To work
    around the issue, restore and re-maximize the window.
  • Tiling and cascading windows, including features like “View
    Side by Side” in Word, will not work for inactive tabs.
  • Local files or non-Microsoft cloud files will not be
    automatically restored, and no error message will be provided
    to alert the user to that fact.

As there is a long list of known issues in this build, it is
advisable to go through the full list of the issues above
before downloading the latest Windows 10 build.

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