List of what’s fixed and broken in latest Windows 10 build 17733

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Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 build 17733 for
Insiders enrolled in the Fast Ring. The latest build finally
brings the Dark Mode to the File Explorer which was under
testing for some time now.

The Dark Mode is the only new feature released in the Windows
10 build 17733 since Redstone 5 development is beginning to
wind up with Microsoft working more on fixing bugs.

The Redstone 5 build comes with many fixes and also a new set
of known issues for Fast Ring Insiders. Below is the full
changelog of what’s fixed and broken in Windows 10 Build 17733.

What’s Fixed:

  • Microsoft fixed issues with the touch keyboard which became
    invisible in previous flights.
  • Some components of a notification with progress bar flashed
    every time the bar was updated. This issue has now been fixed
    in the latest flight.
  • Resetting the device made the Sound Settings page
    unresponsive after logging back in, this issue has now been
  • Issues where the High Contrast drop down flashed when the
    values were changed has finally been fixed.
  • The Narrator couldn’t access the emoji in the Touch
    Keyboards emoji panel, this issue has finally been fixed in
    the latest flight.
  • Narrator not responding properly after selecting an image
    using the keyboard has now been fixed.
  • Touch Narrator didn’t respond as expected after deselecting
    the word. This has now been fixed in latest insider build.
  • When using Mouse Mode command the Narrator key got sticky
    creating issues to users. This has been fixed with build 17733.
  • Fixed the issue where Narrator automatic dialog read the
    Command key Assignment dialog twice.
  • Narrator experience has been improved when moving by
    character and announcing phonetic pronunciations.
  • We fixed the issue where Narrator misread the Calculator
    app’s display on focus for values over 100.
  • When launching Narrator QuickStart using the link in
    Narrator Settings, the Narrator icon would appear in the
    taskbar. This has now been fixed in the recent flight.
  • Issue where Narrator navigated out of the Microsoft Edge
    browser window using Scan mode on some web pages has now been
  • Users reported issue where Narrator crashed when Developer
    Mode was in use and the generated string to display was null.
    This has now been fixed.

There are also some known issues as are expected in Insider
builds. Below is the full changelog of what’s broken:

What’s Broken:

  • Clicking a link to launch one app from another app may not
    work for some Insiders. This should be fixed in upcoming builds
    for Redstone 5.
  • When you upgrade to this build you’ll find that the taskbar
    flyouts (network, volume, etc) no longer have an acrylic
  • The Ease of Access Make Text bigger setting, you might see
    text clipping issues, or find that text is not increasing in
    size everywhere. This will be fixed in future builds.
  • On Windows 10 in S Mode, launching Office in the Store may
    fail to launch with an error about a .dll not being designed to
    run on Windows.
  • Using Narrator Scan mode Shift + Selection commands in
    Microsoft Edge, the text does not get selected properly.
  • When using a Windows Mixed Reality immersive app, saying
    “Flashlight on,” may fail to activate the flashlight feature
    even though the status appears as active on the Start menu.

As is always recommended by us, we request you to go through
the list of known issues before upgrading to the new Windows 10
build for Fast Ring. You can download the build by going to
Settings>Update & Security>Windows Update>Check for

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